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4 edition of What is Jail, Mommy? found in the catalog.

What is Jail, Mommy?

by Jackie A. Stanglin

  • 312 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Lifevest Publishing, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Law & Crime,
  • Children"s Books / Educational,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/All Ages

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsCierra Jade McGuckie (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12498087M
    ISBN 101598792520
    ISBN 109781598792522
    OCLC/WorldCa144497822

    The book went on a little too long in the middle, but once Mommy got herself together, it was great. The 3 books before this one are out of print, so don't know if I'll ever get hold of them. I've gotten a bit obsessed with the books by this author -- I've read all the most recent ones, but don't know about the This was one of Fielding's early /5.   A shocking new children's book aims to help children cope with a parent being arrested and thrown in jail. 'The Night Dad Went to Jail: What to Expect When Someone You Love Goes to Jail' follows a Author: Nina Golgowski.

    Posting a Bible Verse Will Now Send You Right to Facebook Jail. March 4, Share on Facebook. This is the most widely read book of all time, a book that is regarded as a sacred text by more people than any other by far and is the foundational text of the two biggest religions in the world, Christianity, and Islam.   Mommy and Me Book Club. I recently started a book club with Harrison and Chloe. I read them chapter books that have been made into movies and when we finish the book, we have a movie night. Welcome to Brain Jail: where our memories go to die. Our children are growing up fast and the only way we're going to remember their childhood is to put.

    The woman who raised her is serving a year jail sentence for the kidnapping, but Solomon throughout her book calls her “mommy”. Her biological mother is referred to as Celeste. Mommy's away. It's been 4 years since I've seen you or even touched you. I miss you, but at the same time I'm scared to see you for fear that I'll get attached and know deep down Mommy didn't change. You missed my most important birthday. I finally turned Now to know I'll be 19 but Mommy's been away/5.


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What is Jail, Mommy? by Jackie A. Stanglin Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book captures the frustration of a little girl who doesn't understand what jail is, and what her dad is doing there. Her mom explains to her gently about what jail is like, and what some of the things that her dad experiences there, such as daily activities.3/5.

If this book had been available, their future would have looked brighter. I am thankful "What is Jail, Mommy" is now available to enlighten the innocent for years to come. This book is for every parent, grandparent, friend, minister, or counselor who has the disquieting task of explaining the unexplainable/5(4).

This is the only book I was able to find geared for children when a parent is in Jail. We are a white, middle class working family from Maine with a stepdad in jail for an OUI charge. My sons loved finding the little guy hidden on every page of the book!/5(31).

Children with Parents in Prison: Child Welfare Policy, Program & Practice Issues. Cynthia Seymour & Creasie Hairston, $ Existing literature indicates that children whose parents are incarcerated experience a variety of negative consequences, particularly in terms of their emotional health and well being.

‘Sesame Street’ What is Jail teach kids about when Mommy goes to prison this book on how kids can deal with incarcerated parents. AboutNew York state youngsters have parents in jail. I. t is Christina Crawford’s 80th birthday on the day we meet, and she is energetic after an opening night.

A couple of days earlier, Mommie Dearest, the musical based on her blockbuster Mommy? book book was inspired by a much-loved, five year old whose father has been incarcerated most of her life.

One day after visiting with friends who have both devoted parents in the home, this little girl blurted out to her mother in frustration, “What is.

Mommy. not only explains why the parent is incarcerated but what his/her life is like as an inmate. My Daddy is In Jail by Janet Bender Grades K-5th/ages "My Daddy is in Jail" is a long overdue resource for helping children cope with the incarceration of a loved one. It includes a read-aloud story, discussion guide,File Size: KB.

Mommy and Me allows mothers, and sometimes grandmothers, an opportunity to read to their children. The offender selects the book and makes a recording while reading the book to her child. The book and CD are then sent to the : Bryan Painter. What Is Jail, Mommy.

by Jackie A. Stanglin, Cierra Jade McGuckie Picture Book Book, 40 pages See Other Available Editions Description What Is Jail, Mommy. not only explains why the parent is incarcerated but what his/her life is like as an inmate. This book was inspired by a much-loved, five year old whose father has been incarcerated most of her life.

One day after visiting with friends who have both devoted parents in the home, this little girl blurted out to her mother in frustration, "What is jail anyway, and why can t /5(5).

Get this from a library. What is jail, Mommy?. [Jackie A Stanglin; Cierra Jade McGuckie] -- A mother explains to her young daughter why the girl's father is. What Is Jail, Mommy. not only explains why the parent is incarcerated but what his/her life is like as an inmate.

What people are saying - Write a review. User Review - Flag as inappropriate. This book was plagiarized. Other editions - View all. What Is Jail, Mommy?Reviews: 1. What Is Jail, Mommy. by Jackie A. Stanglin, Cierra Jade McGuckie (Illustrator) Paperback $ $ Save 5% Current price is $, Original price is $ You Save 5%.

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What is Jail, Mommy. by Jackie A. Stanglin, OctoLifevest Publishing, Inc. edition, Paperback in EnglishPages:   Mommy's Prison Secret premieres made some bad life decisions and was sentenced to three years in jail for a DUI and possession of drugs. The book and movie adaptation of White Author: Laura Rosenfeld.

Apr 4, - Explore andreciaholmes's board "Facebook Jail" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Facebook jail, Jail meme and Facebook humor pins. t The Night Dad Went to Jail Read Written By Melissa Higgins, Illustrated by Wednesday Kirwan, Narrated By Naima Thompson.

Editor’s note: Cary Aspinwall, our former creative director at The Frontier, recently published an investigation into what happens to children when their moms go to jail. The project began while she was working in Oklahoma for The Frontier and received a grant to assist with the reporting from the Fund for Child Well-Being, a program of the University of Southern.

What Is Jail, Mommy. Author(s): Stanglin, Jackie A. “This book was inspired by a much-loved, five year old whose father has been incarcerated most of her life.

One day after visiting with friends who have both devoted parents in the home, this little girl blurted out to her mother in frustration, “What is jail anyway, and why can’t Daddy. The New York Public Library's Correctional Services delivers a range of library programs at city, state, and federal facilities including: Circulating book service weekly at five DOC city jails.

Daddy & Me / Mommy & Me, a book-recording project with incarcerated parents. Parents participate in early literacy workshops to explore the lifelong.A mother explains to her young daughter why the girl's father is in prison and what his life is like as an inmate.This book is designed to be a self-help book for families experiencing parental incarceration.

The content of the book is based upon current literature regarding paternal incarceration. This book can also be used as a tool to make others more considerate of the trials faced by children of incarcerated dads. Doogie’s Dad by Richard Dyches.