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This product was recommended by R. M. S. Thornton from The Writings and Ramblings of R. M. S. Thornton
One of the things they love getting are pinup calendars. They are great because they are half-joke and half-real cure for loneliness. They are humorous on the sense that they are very old timey. However, they picture actual female forms, which you can imagine is important for someone who is incarcerated since they’re only around people of their sex. They are perfect too in that they will be allowed in most prisons since they are non-pornogrphic, at least by modern sensibilities. Also, they have a great utility, as you can track important dates on them (such as, possibly, the release date or hearing dates).
This product was recommended by Stephen Curry from CocoSign
This book is a gift to the mind and heart. One of the many positive things about this book is the good character development that transcends time and space. It is about the human condition, the good and the bad, and the ability to find your own way. This is a story about the endurance of the human soul, about choosing to be who you want to be rather than believing that you have been cut by an unbreakable mold. But it is also a story about forgiveness, free will and the long way to go between one’s beginning and one’s end, and all the causes and consequences in between.
This product was recommended by Lynda Fairly from Numlooker
My suggestion is ‘Your Honour Can I Tell You My Story?’ book on Amazon. Written by Andi Brierley, the book tells the challenging story of a young prisoner and how he deals with social rejection. The protagonist and his positive attitudes are the perfect example for others and a motivation to deal with hardship. The author has described his struggle impressively. Why only prisoners; this book is a must-read for everyone who is trying to learn the way out from hard times.
This product was recommended by Nikki Webster from Brit on the Move
This is a magazine that anyone will appreciate. It will keep the prisoner’s mind active, keep them in touch with what’s going on in the world, and it is something that they will look forward to every month. It’s also a gift they can share with others or trade for items they want – once they have read it:)
This product was recommended by Melanie Musson from NoFaultInsuranceQuotes
Prison gives inmates the time and opportunity to set new habits to improve their lives and prepare for a better future. In this book, the author, Vex King, shares how he succeeded despite adversity. His life changed when he began practicing self-care.It’s easy to ignore your needs and get into the rhythm of life, but when you realize how taking care of yourself first can turn your life around, you’ll be inspired to try it for yourself. This book will help prisoners learn how to build a life of greatness and start practicing daily routines that they can continue doing when they’re released.