Published January 31, 2006
by E-Booktime, LLC .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||72|
Letter to a Prisoner is an account of an ex-prisoner's path from criminality to seeker of Truth. It describes out of the ordinary, mystical experiences, life in prison, years in solitary confinement, escape attempts and events that would change a career criminal into a seeker of the Truth/5(6). The cartoons illustrate the prisoner’s experiences of nostalgia, tedium, and hopelessness. When letters start arriving, the man’s joy is short-lived; the guard burns them. But as diverse groups and individuals send more and more letters, the dark smoke sends an SOS around the world. Told entirely through illustrations, Letters to a Prisoner is a wordless story about the power of hope and the written word. Inspired by Amnesty International’s letter-writing campaigns to help free people who have been jailed for expressing their opinion, the book tells the story of a man who is arrested during a peaceful protest. Ordering books for an inmate through Amazon is easy, you just have to make sure that you select ship by USPS and that you ship it to the inmate's mailing address. Put the inmate's first name and last name followed by the inmate's ID number in the name line of the shipping address (John Doe, ).
Prison Pen-pals & So Much More! What are prison pen-pals? Prison pen-pals are inmates who exchange letters with non-incarcerated s have been turning to since its inception in to find mentors, legal aid, educational opportunities, employment upon release, counseling, housing options, and so much more. Address the letter properly so it arrives to the appropriate facility and gets into the hands of the prisoner. Clearly write the inmate’s name, any identification number and the address of the jail. Call the jail first and ask for this information so the letter won’t be delayed. Most jails allow you to include magazine articles or articles. JPay offers convenient & affordable correctional services, including money transfer, email, videos, tablets, music, education & parole and probation payments. Letters to a Prisoner by Jacques Goldstyn (translated by Angela Keenlyside) Told entirely through illustrations, Letters to a Prisoner is a wordless story about the power of hope and the written word. Inspired by Amnesty International’s letter-writing campaigns to help free people who have been jailed for expressing their opinion, the book tells the story of a .
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