QUICK LINKS: To purchase copies of PRISON BABY as a donation to a prison library: Amazon http://amzn.to/1drTA64 or Barnes & Noble http://bit.ly/1cOGDNr Indie Bookstores http://bit.ly/1n4c3KK To make a direct contribution via PayPal: http://bit.ly/1aTDkog To learn more about The unPrison Project: www.unprisonproject.org
We are headed toward a very tangible goal, with your help. 28 prison libraries have requested copies of PRISON BABY, and if we can supply up to 15 copies for each prison, the impact will reach close to 30,000 incarcerated readers. We're less than half way there, and the goal is 450 books for this first book drive. Can you help please?
A donation of books and/or contributions to The unPrison Project, with links and address provided here, will make a difference. We hope you'll lend a hand.
HOW IT WORKS:
1) Purchase PRISON BABY using any of the book links above under QUICK LINKS. Identify your purchase as a gift. 2) Use this business shipping address. If you copy and paste, please make sure to confirm it's correct: BE SURE TO USE THIS EXACT ADDRESS BELOW. DO NOT CHOOSE THE ADDRESS AMAZON SUGGESTS WHEN YOU ENTER THIS. THANKS. The unPrison Project c/o Prison Baby Book Club 8014 Olson Memorial Highway #153 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55427
3) Next, write your personal message below, or choose one of the provided options. 4) We will affix your personalized bookplate inside the book when it arrives. 5) Your book will be delivered to women in a prison, and we'll send you a notice of the prison location. 6) We also welcome and are grateful for contributions in any amount, with on-line secure donations via PayPal using the QUICK LINK above, or with checks mailed to the same address above.
Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
Thank you for supporting BEHIND BOOKS NOT BARS in this effort to empower, inspire, and cultivate critical thinking and self-reflection with incarcerated women and girls.
For questions, email: bookclub [at] unprisonproject [dot] org
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