Timmy, and his little sister Kate, struggle to understand why Uncle can't come home despite all the hard things that are happening. Momma helps explain that it's not Uncle's choice to stay away. Uncle was wrongfully convicted, and sometimes people are punished for things they didn't really do. This story is designed to help address the hard questions of children who are struggling with the wrongful conviction of a loved one.
"There is nothing to critique about this book. It deserves nothing less than 4 out of 4 stars. It took a difficult topic and put it into a relatable, easy-to-read story. I would suggest this book to any families that are dealing with the issue of wrongful conviction or to parents and educators that just want to teach children about this important topic." - Why Can't Uncle Come Home? was rated 4 out of 4 stars by Online Book Club
A story for children struggling with the wrongful conviction of a loved one.
Timmy and Kate Go To Visit
Scheduled for Release: 2019
Kate, and her big brother Timmy, have not seen their uncle in a long time, and are excited to visit him at the jail. Auntie and Momma help them face fears like: whether there are monsters at the jail, walking through the metal detector, and whether the guards are the bad guys. This story helps children understand what the visitation process is really like.
This is the second book in the Where is Uncle? series, which is designed for children struggling with issues related to conviction and incarceration.
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