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Anything that you can read... magazines, books and letters from youRead more
If the books were returned we would not try sending them again. Amazon is the only way prisons will accept books (if they changed their policy, we were not aware). You could get the same effect sending some magazine titles that fit your inmate's interest. If you want to send some magazine ubscriptions from InmateAid, send us an email at email@example.com and we'll send you a coupon for 1/3 off all you buy.Read more
Malcolm Galdwell books, "Tipping Point", "Outliers" and "Blink" are recommended for business philosopy-type reading. For fiction reading, i like the authors Stuart Woods, Vince Flynn, Harlen Coben, Lee Child, John Grisham, Daniel Silva, Michael Lewis and Sandra Brown. There are tons of titles for these authors. The prison/jail rules require buying paperback books from the publisher like Amazon, don't try and send them yourself,they will definitely get returned.Read more
We would recomend calling the facility chaplain and asking their opinion on these specifics.Read more
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No. You cannot send any electronic devices to an inmate in any prison. However, there are some prisons that have their own special tablets that have educational programming from the facility available and they might have the ability to get books but we are dubious. Stick to paperbacks for now :)Read more
Puzzle magazines are my favorite... they seem to last a long time and keep me busy when I'm bored, which is MOST of the time :)Read more
YES!! We all do :)) Thanks for asking and thinking of us...Read more
We set up InmateAid to centralize everything that can be done for an inmate by a loved one on the outside. Inmates are lonely and somewhat scared when they first go in. Having someone on the outside they can communicate with gives them the connection to hope and the prospect of a better future when they get out. Inmates who have no one, it does the opposite. We are big fans of reading. Reading for an inmate is aRead more