When Parents Are Incarcerated

Edited by Christopher WildemanAnna R. Haskins, and Julie Poehlmann-Tynan

Pages: 216

Item #: 4318152

ISBN: 978-1-4338-2821-8

Publication Date: November 2017

Part of the APA Bronfenbrenner Series on the Ecology of Human Development



Contemporary Research and Analysis on the Children of Prisoners

Proceedings of the International Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership Conference

Cambridge Scholars: January 2018




A Day I’ll Never Forget by Dana L. Cunningham

  • This book is an excellent read because it provides a child’s perspective of incarceration from a minority point of view. Suggesting this book for adolescents is a great idea because it not only educates, it minimizes insecurities, and paves the way for new and current literature to come about . It is written on a comprehensive level which allows grade school children to understand and apply the coping strategies suggested. Overall this book can be used as a great tool to create awareness and to express one’s real life experiences encaptivated with unexpected trauma. Student Review by Charese Browning