CBC Brings Children’s Books to Incarcerated Mothers

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CBC Brings Children’s Books to Incarcerated Mothers

The Children’s Book Council (CBC) has joined forces with The unPrison Project, a nonprofit working toward the mentorship of incarcerated women, to make children’s literature available to mothers in prison, reports GalleyCat.

Thus far, CBC-connected publishers have provided 45 handpicked titles. The books target ages of zero to 18 months, and pertain to building mother and child relationships.

The organizations plan to build libraries for the incarcerated mothers so they have available reading material for babies in the prison nursery. So far, the project is set to enable 10 states: California, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Nebraska, New York, South Dakota, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming.

I’m just glad to hear people still read to their kids! What does everyone in the ‘Verse think about this project?

Raine Winters

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Raine lives in Cleveland, Ohio and works as a freelance writer and graphic artist. From an early age she has harbored a love of reading and writing, and is lucky enough to incorporate both into her daily work routine. Raine is a lover of all things fantasy and horror related, has a soft spot in her heart for middle grade and young adult fiction, and spends most of her free time running, wakesurfing, or wrangling in her husband and three cats while they perpetrate a massive amount of mischief around the house.

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L.W. Flouisa from Tennessee is reading More Murakami April 27, 2015 - 3:55pm

That's amazing, I hope it spreads to other states.