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Our Moms

Q. Futrell

Publisher: Morgan James Kids

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Our Moms enhances awareness of parental incarceration, with over 5 million children in the US who have had parents in prison during their lifetime  
Easy to read children’s resource 
Provides support by promoting diversity in the classroom and starting important conversations between administrators, parents, and childcare providers.

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