Title: What is Jail, Mommy?
Publisher: Lifevest Publishing, Inc.
Book Condition: Very Good
Nice condition with minor indications of previous handling. Bookseller Inventory # G1598792520I4N00
Synopsis: 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 be home with us?" She needed answers! When the truth is withheld from children they tend to blame themselves for others mistakes and short-comings. It is the author s firm belief that it is incumbent on each of us to provide age-appropriate facts to young inquiring minds. To do otherwise will be evident in future generations. What Is Jail, Mommy? not only explains why the parent is incarcerated but what his/her life is like as an inmate.
About the Author: Jackie Stanglin worked six years in Adult/Child psychiatry, fifteen years in public relations/mass communications, three years international commodity brokering and many years in benevolent ministry. She has also reared three wonderful, well-adjusted children who are now adult professionals. Mrs. Stanglin resides in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband of fifty-two years. Her favorite pastime for two decades has been international and domestic travel which has taken her to Hawaii, China, Africa, Japan, Germany, Austria, Rome, London, Paris, British Columbia, Alaska, etc. She also makes a "mean" gourmet chocolate candy called Wallynoogies. See www.whatisjailmommy.com
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