Below are Amazon.com wish lists for folks behind bars.
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Amber D may be released in winter of 2021; send her sci-fi, mythology, and astrology books.
Amber H needs books for new parents; she may be released in the fall of 2020.
Adonna J may be released in Summer 2021. Send her the acclaimed The Hate U Give.
Amanda H may be released soon, June 2020. Send her Focus on the Future: Re-entry Journal and Workbook.
Amanda K will be released in August 2020, Send her puzzle books and journaling materials
Angel B would like to read poems by Mary Oliver. She will be released in March 2020
Ashley W will be released in November 2020. She likes murder mystery books.
Send Aunestee R the new edition of Reviving Ophelia. February 2020 is her release date.
Bernetta H Spring 2020 The Awakening by Kate Chopin.
Brandi S will be released in June 2020. Send her When My Soul Met a Thug, an urban romance.
Brianne Mhas requested The Richest Man in Babylonby George Clason. She will be released in November 2020.
Brittany F may be released in Fall 2020; inspire her with On the Brink of Everything by Parker Palmer.
Help Cari K have a little fun with Will Smith’s Easy Crosswords for Adults. She’ll be released in August 2020.
Chandra M ‘s possible release date is spring 2020; lift her up with Maya Angelou.
Channing G will be released in October 2020. She would enjoy A Cottage by the Sea.
Chaquita B might like The Hate U Give; she may be released in summer of 2020.
Charlene T is due for release in January 2020. Enrich her mind with Thick and Other Essays, by Tressie McMillan Cottom.
Crystal C is going to be released in September 2020. She is all about Victorian romance and writing letters.
Crystal L late 2020 books on starting your own business.
Crystal M requests true crime reads. She may be released in Spring 2020.
Cynthia C might be released in March 2020. She loves reading, cooking, and sailing.
Crystal W may be released in January 2021; send her The Color Purple.
Dana R would benefit from Beyond Bars: Rejoining Society after Prison.
Danielle P might be released in March 2020. Send her Possessing the Secret of Joyby Alice Walker.
Denise L might enjoy A Manual for Cleaning Women, award-winning short stories by Lucia Berlin.
Diana T will be released in September 2020. She needs books on coping with grief.
Elena H night be released in March 2020; send her My Wicked, Wicked Ways by Sandra Cisneros.
Elizabeth C might be released in Summer 2021. Entertain her with Orange Is the New Black, which became a hit HBO series.
Erin R could be released in February 2021; she may enjoy Peter Cameron’s Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You.
Jamie B might be released in Spring of 2020; send her Native American fiction by Sherman Alexie and Leslie Marmon Silko.
Judy C is interested in getting a good job when she is released in 2020.
Kaitlyn H could benefit from Freedom: Recovery from Our Addictions by Russel Brand; she may be released in September 2020.
Kari G may be released Winter 2020; illuminate her with A Thousand Mornings, poems by Mary Oliver.
Send Kelly W a self love workbook. She may be released in spring of 2020.
Kimberly P needs a 2019 GED study guide. She will be released June 2019.
Kimberly S may be released in spring of 2020. Brighten her day with Rupi Kaur.
Lacie T could be released Fall 2021; she wants books on writing, cooking, and sobriety.
Ladonna B wants Prince Lestat by Anne Rice. She will be released in December 2019.
LaDonna P will be released in December 2019. Send her Empowering Women by Louise Hay.
Leila A may be released in summer of 2020; give her books about Hispanic and Arab women.
Lisa S is going to be released in December 2019. Send her puzzle books and brain games.
Lucinda F could be released in the fall of 2020; buy her Apologies That Never Came by Pierre Jeanty.
Lucille W wants to read The Headspace Guide to Meditation and Mindfulness. She will be released in December 2020.
Lyvonda M may be released in winter 2020; she might enjoy Fun and Easy Crafting with Recycled Materials.
Send Macy M Sing Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward; she may be released in January 2020.
Mariah C could be released in November 2020. Send her The Humane Gardener.
Melissa S will be released in August 2020. Send her Heart in Jail, a book of poems.
Michelle M could be released inWinter 2021; give her a guide to the art of letter-writing for prisoners.
Samantha C could be released in summer of 2020; she wants books on recovery and suspense.
Seanna K will be released in summer 2020. She needs books about getting away from cults and mind control situations.
Selara S is looking forward to her release in December 2020. Send her job search books and other books about getting out.
Shannon C might be released in Summer 2021; she might find hope in the memoir of Cyntoia Brown.
Shannon S is due to be released in Winter 2020; entertain her with ultimate dot-to-dot workbooks.
Sharon S is being released in August 2019. Help send her off with some good reads.
Shawn M might be released November 2021; she loves historical fiction and Holocaust books.
Shawndevaya W could be released in the winter of 2021; send her Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower.
Stephanie G may be released in March 2020; send her Start Where You Are, a self-discovery journal.
Sydney K may be released in winter 2020. Send her You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay.
Tia M could be released in March 2020; inspire her with Alice Walker and Toni Morrison.
Tiffanie R may be released in early fall of 2020; give her Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls by T. Kira Madden.
Tiffany S has so many interests: Islam, Hinduism, dream interpretation, true crime, mantras, elephants, and human trafficking. Help her get in a lot of reading before she is released in fall 2020.
Tosha K needs a 2019 GED study guide and some more thrilling reads. She will be released in June 2020.
Toye H wants to read Your Next Level Life, a guide for black women in business. She will be released in February 2020.
Tracey H – Reentry / General Reading schedued for release in 2020
Unique E will be released in February 2020/ Send her Well-Read Black Girl.
Valeria Z is due for release in spring 2020. She might enjoy books by Julia Alvarez and Sandra Cisneros.
Vanessa V is very interested in nursing, in animals, and other healing modes. She will be released in January 2020.
Yasmin J will be released in February 2020. She would like to receive Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward.
Abigail A is requesting mysteries by James Patterson.
Adama K is interested in fiction and self help.
Adelita G is a fashionista who would like fashion magazine subscriptions and information about beauty industry.
Adrian N is interested in writing guides, real estate guides, and biographies.
Alesia M has asked for self help books.
Alesia S is looking for communication and information about outside resources. She likes journaling and reading science fiction.
Alexandria S might benefit from the 20/20 Life Vision Challenge workbook.
Alexis C would like self help books.
Alicia G might enjoy Women Hollering Creek by Sandra Cisneros.
Send Alicia M You Can Heal Your Life workbook by Louise Hay.
Alisha W wants books on creativity and art; she loves fashion magazines.
Alishia W would enjoy James Patterson.
Alisia R Paperback novels, self help and self esteem
Allisia H wants to read fiction and loves puzzle books.
Alvin M has an interest in writing and loves self help books on recovery.
Alysia A really needs to read Octavia Butler.
Amanda B would like to read Far From You by Tess Sharpe.
Amanda S is excited to read It’s Getting Scott in Here from The Wicked and Wild Highland Series.
Amanda W wants to read about staying sober.
Amari C wants to read about sobriety and parenting.
Amber C is interested in mindfulness and light fiction.
Send Amber C Caramelo by Sandra Cisneros.
Amber T wants a GED study guide because there is no room in the prison classes.
Amy C has a very short list because of prison restrictions.
Amy F likes to write and is also interested in books on mindfulness.
Amy H likes to escape with classic literature.
Amy M really needs books about self care and dealing with depression.
Amy P was charged with murder when her boyfriend was killed by a client.
Send Amy S Girl Walks Out of a Bar: a Memoir.
Send Andrea B If Beale Street Could Talk by James Baldwin.
Andrea B is interested in reading The Science of Self Learning.
Andrea B needs some good reads!
Send Andrea B The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.
Andrea B needs books on recovery and loneliness.
Andrea G needs some good reads.
Angel S is hoping for some good books to keep her mind occupied.
Angela B has requested books on decorating, cooking, and the outdoors.
Angel Tia G would like The Grammar Bible.
Angela M would like the bestselling memoir Educated.
Angela S may learn from Notes from a Women’s Prison.
Anissa L would like to read Memoirs of a Prison Lawyer.
Enchant Annice W with Kindred, a graphic novel adaptation of Octavia Butler’s bestseller by the same name.
April B needs some good reads.
April H wants books on camping, hiking, national parks.
Alexis C may enjoy The Fault in Our Stars.
Aquanette J would like books on cooking, music, going back to school, and starting a business.
Aresha H wants books about starting her own business.
Arlene R wants poetry and books on baking.
Ashleigh R wants to read Bastard Out of Carolina.
Ashley B likes to read self help, meditation guides, and true crime.
Ashley C is interested in self-help books.
Send Ashley G pen pal materials.
Ashley S wants to read Playing the Whore: the Work of Sex Work by Melissa Gira Grant.
Ashley W would like Start WhereYou Are: a Journal for Self-Exploration.
Ashlyn B wants books about drawing and tattoo design.
Barbara G has asked for The House on Mango Street.
Batsheba E needs some good reads.
Bennie C requested books on Biblical studies.
Bertha M has Toni Morrison and Maya Angelou on her list.
Bessie S would like books about job hunting and spirituality.
Beverly B is interested in journaling and pen pals.
Beverly C needs some good reads!
Beverly S would be inspired by reading I am Malala: the Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban.
Bobbi H might enjoy Little Moments of Joy, an adult activity book.
Brandi C has asked for rom com novels and joke books.
Lift Brandi L uo with Made Out of Stars: a Journal for Self-Realization.
Brandy J needs some good reads!
Brandy N wants to read The Guardian by Nicholas Sparks.
Brenda M would like to receive Zen as F**k, a journal for practicing mindfulness.
Brigitte R has requested Good Omens by Neil Gaiman.
Brittany A might want to read Hillbilly Elegy.
Brittany M might like Spent by Antonia Crane.
Brittany R wants to read Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney.
Brittany T is loving all the true crime books and beach reads.
Lift Brittaney S up by sending her I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.
Caitlin P wants to read true crime and fiction.
Carlette S would be interested in The Lost Children Archive.
Carly P wants to receive thrillers.
Carmen R needs books on grieving one’s mother
Carolyn M could benefit from a domestic violence workbook for women.
Cassandra R wants books about prison cooking, the apocalypse, and everything by Stephen King.
Cassandra S may like In Love and Trouble: Stories of Black Women by Alice Walker.
Catherine L wishes to read about the life of Nelson Mandela.
Celcelia A requests black hair care and weightlifting books.
Celeste C requested books about the 12 steps and forgiveness.
Celeste M is reading a lot of Tom Clancy and Michael Connelly.
Illuminate Charise D with Nature’s Ways: Experiencing the Sacred in the Natural World.
Christine H loves to read and write to pen pals from around the world!
Christy T is interested in the outdoors, sports, and travel.
Ciera T has requested Oran’s Dictionary of the Law.
Cindy Y wants to read poetry by Gwendolyn Brooks.
Cheryl W wants sudoku and other activity books.
Colletia J is interested in reading about self help and some Urban Fiction.
Connie H is in search of some good reads.
Consuelo V has asked for The Manhattan Madam: Sex, Drugs, Scandal and Greed Inside America’s Most Successful Prostitution Ring.
Courtney S loves horror novels.
Crystal G is reading a lot self help and she would love some magazine subscriptions.
Send Crystal L The Self Confidence Workbook.
Lift Crystal L up with Barbara Kingsolver’s The Bean Trees.
Give Crystal N The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri.
Crystal P has requested books on crafting.
Crystal R has requested The Great Gatsby.
Crystal W is asking for job hunting/career development books.
Give Cynthia W a biography detailing how Jay Z rose from the streets.
Dacia C wants to read Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward.
Danielle F is interested in poetry.
Danielle F likes romance and fitness reads.
Danielle T is studying to work in tech support.
Darlene F loves mysteries and romances.
Dawn D would like to read Alice in Wonderland.
Dawn R wants activity books like crosswords and sudoku.
Dayna M like to read true crime and self help books.
Deanna G could be inspired by Ta’Nehisi Coates.
Debra D wants suspense and romance novels.
Deiadrea D would enjoy The Darkest Child by Tayari Jones as well as urban fiction.
Deidre M may relate to Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward.
Inspire DeeAnn R with Rave by Olga Broumas.
Delta A requested books on Christ, such as Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis.
Demetra A really wants to read Black Cotton: the Harvesting of Our Youth.
Denise B has requested books about sewing and anxiety management.
Denise R has a passion for reading the classics and writing letters.
Desiree S is into fantasy and true crime books.
Diana V would like to read from a variety of genres.
Send Donna S The Bean Trees, a classic by Barbara Kingsolver.
Donnisha C might be lifted up by the acclaimed YA novel Dear Martin by Nic Stone.
Dorian S might like to read Jacob’s Ghetto: You’re Not the Product of Your Environment.
Dorothy G might like poetry by Rupi Kaur.
Dorothy M would be entertained and enlightened by What We Not Finna Do.
Send Elizabeth E The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende.
Elizabeth W wants to read about criminal justice.
Elise W might like The New Me by Halle Butler.
Elizabeth G especially requested books by Sylvia Plath.
Ellaina B needs some good reads.
Elora M has requested the vampire novel, Chastely Bitten.
Send Emily M Ladies of the Night by Maggie McNeil.
Emily P wants to read about fierce conversations and leadership.
Inspire Erica H with The Tradition by Jericho Brown.
Ethelyn R would like to read The Way Forward Is With a Broken Heart by Alice Walker.
Eugenia S loves reading about people involved in extreme sports.
Felicia V might enjoy books by Carmen Maria Machado.
Fisthinese B wants Love and Loyalty, an urban fiction.
Lift Frances Lup with The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well is the Key to Success.
Francisca W could be inspired by Braving the Wilderness by Brene Brown
Gail C likes cooking, sports, and romance novels.
Haendel P needs a GED study guide.
Haley H has asked for different types of activity books.
hant Haley K with A Wrinkle in Time.
Heather J would like to receive true crime, romance, self-help, and more.
Holly Elizabeth D likes the Twilight vampire books.
Isaac C has asked for mysteries and true crime.
Bring some poetry to Janice L with I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.
Jessica M wants books on animals, nature, food, and sewing.
Jodi H wants to study to be a CNA or dental hygienist.
Joyce R loves romance novels.
Inspire Jackie K with Eat, Pray, Love.
Send Jacob I The Basketball Diaries by Jim Carroll.
Jamie C wants addiction and recovery reading material.
Help Jamie D stay busy with the USA Today Jumbo Puzzle book.
Jamie S wants to read poetry and learn about Christianity.
Give Jamila R The Portable Harlem Renaissance.
Jandi V seeks The Power of Now and contemporary short fiction.
Jaynee Ray G is looking forward to receiving mysteries, romance, and adult coloring books.
Jennifer A wants books by Vince Flynn and Penelope Sky.
Jennifer D is bilingual and might like Corazon by Yesika Salgado.
Jennifer F would benefit from books on substance abuse, besides lighter reads.
Jennifer F loves any book by Ellen Hopkins.
Spark Jessica F’s imagination with St. Lucy’s Home for Girls Raised by Wolves.
Jennifer H wants The Ex-Offender’s Re-entry Success Guide.
Jennifer P is looking for self help and some fun romance reads.
Send Jennifer R What They Carried by Tim O’Brien.
Jennifer S is wants to read about self help and true crime.
Inspire Jennifer S with Letter to My Daughter by Maya Angelou.
Jennifer T would like to read Face of an Angel by Denise Chavez.
Jessica R may be able to empathize with When I Was Puerto Rican.
Jessica W’s imagination may be sparked by Rubyfruit Jungle.
Send Jeri H Lost Memory of Skin by Russell Banks
Joann C would like The Mambo Kings Play Songs of Love.
Jodi V wants to read about fishing and being an outdoorswoman.
Send Johanna K The Red Tent by Anita Diamant.
Johneka J wants to read about New Age and the Occult.
Send Joni V some light with poetry by Rumi.
Send Julian T Twelve Secular Steps: an Addiction Recovery Guide.
Julie B likes reading PG -rated romance.
Julie L is interested in gardening.
Kaitlin K may enjoy Burnt Shadows by Kamila Shamsie.
Karen A is interested to read The Book of Unknown Americans by Crisitna Henriquez.
Light Karen B up with the poetry of Maya Angelou.
Karen W loves puzzle books, animals, gardening, and rock music.
Inspire Kari J with Your Path Made Clear by Oprah Winfrey.
Spark Karla S imagination with The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo.
Katherine B has asked for Under a Velvet Cloak by Piers Anthony.
Send Katie H some good reads.
Katrina W could learn from books on black women and the prison system.
Illuminate Katrina W with The Source of Self Regard by Toni Morrison
Kayla B is into urban fiction, like Diamonds and Pearl.
Kayla H would benefit from books about raising kids while in jail.
Kayla M wants Brothers Grimm stories.
Kayla S has requested books about traveling.
Kelly B would enjoy Eileen.
Kelley T is interested in learning more about bipolar disorder.
Educate Kenya H with Black Women in History: Stories of Courage, Faith, and Resilience.
Send Keta J Start Where You Are: Journaling for Self-Exploration.
Get to know Kiara M and help her grow her reading list.
Kierra B wants to read about the history of Black Lives Matter.
Kimbelian B wants books about race in America.
Kimberley K is interested in learning more about cooking.
Kimberly K wants books on sexuality and resume writing.
Kirby W likes to read true crime and urban fiction.
Krista S would like to receive a general assortment of books.
Kristen K is requesting romances and mysteries.
Kristina B requests addiction and recovery memoirs.
Kristina M wants The Mist by Stephen King.
Brighten Krystal C’s day with The Art of Mandala.
Krystal S will be thrilled to receive Diary of a Manhattan Madame.
Krystol A might be interested in The Nickel Boys by Colsen Whitehead.
Kryston J might like A Prayer for Owen Meaney.
Send Lakee S Barracoon by Zora Neale Hurston.
Lakisha G would like to read books by Octavia Butler.
LaTonya W would have fun reading A Dope Boy’s Dream Girl.
Latori L wants books about the outdoors.
Latoya D specifically asked for books by Walida Clark and Lolita Files.
Change Lauren K’s life with Negative Self-Talk and How to Heal It.
Help Lay Lay H to feel less alone with Surpassing Certainty by Janet Mock.
Laquisha B has asked for inspirational planners.
Lawanda H would like books on spirituality.
LeeAnn F wants to read Great American Short Stories 2019.
Letecia R likes anything by Tracy Brown.
Linsey C likes cowboy romances.
Lindsey I wants to read Where the Words End and My Body Begins.
Send Lisa B The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood.
Lisa S wants books on horses, the outdoors, and sports.
Lisa H has requested some juicy bestsellers.
Lisa M wants The Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo.
Lisa M wants to read the bestselling Educated: a Memoir.
Lora A has requested an AA Big Book.
Louise L needs motivational and inspirational reading.
Luckette S has asked for inspirational and spiritual books.
Luzetha W would like to read You’ll Get through This: Hope and Help for Turbulent Times.
Malinda S would enjoy reading Ugly Girls by Lindsay Hunter.
Nurture Malinda S inner child with Judy Blume books.
Give Maranda F Chicana and Latinx fiction.
Maria R is interested in animal magick and working with familiars.
Maribelle I would like books on women’s fitness.
Send Marilyn M The Sunset Limited by Cormac McCarthy.
Mark B wants to read books by James Baldwin.
Mary C could use an indispensable pocket dictionary.
Mary J needs a GED study guide, dictionary, thesaurus, and other educational texts.
Mary K has asked for Declutter Your Mind.
Delight Mary Ann T with Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.
Maxine G might be interested in Black Millenials and the Church.
Megan C would like to receive The Headspace Guide about meditation.
Melinda G has requested The Best American Short Stories 2018.
Melinda S is an incarcerated sex worker being held in CA with no bond.
Melissa B needs grammar and spelling workbooks.
Send Melissa B Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison.
Melissa D hopes to visit Paris and London, she requests travel guides.
Melissa E would enjoy Antonia Crane’s Spent.
Melissa F requested The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison.
Melissa J wants to be a writer and publisher. Send her some helpful guides.
Melissa M would like Dharma Punx.
Melissa S would like to read Jeanette Winterson and LGBTQ fiction.
Melissa S will be released in August 2020. Send her Heart in Jail, a book of poems.
Melissa W would love to read the self help memoir by Shonda Rhimes.
Melissa W wants to study the legal system; send her The Color of Law.
Inspire Michelle K with the book of journal prompts Start Where You Are.
Miranda C is interested in memoir and meditation.
Mireille V has asked for books on Christianity like Jesus: a Pilgrimage.
Misti N is requesting Mini Habits: Smaller Habits, Bigger Results.
Send Monica J Tesoro by Yesika Salgado; she is bilingual.
Myrlaine G God Will Use This for Good by Max Lucado.
Mysti S may like books by Dennis Cooper.
Nancy B want to read The Other Side of Lost.
Natalie P wants to read memoir and self help.
Nekhole D might be inspired by Black Prophetic Fire by Cornel West.
Help Nettie H rediscover herself in a book.
Inspire Nicole S by sending her Made Out of Stars: a Journal for Self Realization.
Nicole V needs GED study and job hunting guides.
Enrich Niurka B’s imagination with Beastgirl and Other Origin Myths by Elizabeth Acevedo.
Olivia E would enjoy reading Slab by Selah Saterstrom.
Olivia E is doing some short county time and wants to read self help books.
Send Olivia S the Autobiography of Martin Luther King Jr.
Oriana O might like Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado.
Oshadotaive R has asked for The Fire This Time: a New Generation Talks About Race.
Pamela L wants to read Stardust by Neil Gaiman.
Pamela S would enjoy Bad Monkey by Carl Hiaasen.
Patricia C could benefit from journaling prompts, like Rage Page: a Journal for the Bad Days.
Patrice W has requested books by Dan Brown.
Patricia C is interested in reading books about business start up.
Patricia P wants to read The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath.
Patty T needs books about job searches and job interviewing.
Paula H may find House Made of Dawn by N. Scott Monaday relatable.
Peggy W could enjoy The Sun Is Also a Star.
Precious D would like to read Sing Unburied, Sing by Jesmyn Ward.
Quanessa W is interested in reading Becoming by Michelle Obama.
Send Quanitta T The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness.
Lift Queena P up with the selected poems of Langston Hughes.
Quontesha W is looking forward to receiving Kiese Laymon and other award winning writers.
“Ra Queen” William B is a trans woman in solitary for her HIV status; she needs some great reads.
Rachel K is interested in reading The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros.
Rachelle W wants to read The Sometimes Sisters by Carolyn Brown.
Raejon S is in prison in Georgia and they are very restrictive about books.
Lift Raqual B up with books by Alice walker and Toni Morrison.
Move Rebecca K by sending her the classic Bridge to Terabithia.
Rebecca C wants thrillers, like The Girl Who Lived.
Rebecca P needs some good reads.
Rebecca R requests books on step work and AA.
Inspire Rebecca S by giving her the bestselling Where the Crawdads Sing.
Renee S wrote to us in February 2020 and asked for books on HIV as well as a journal.
Rhonda N wants to read The Murder House by James Patterson.
Richie (Reasha) F would love to read Redefining Realness by Janet Mock.
Robin P has asked for Their Eyes Were Watching God.
Give Robin S a copy of The Color Purple.
Rochelle H would like to read Daughters of Destiny by Noelle Wheeler.
Ronda S would enjoy The Best American Poetry 2019.
Rosalind P is interested in LGBT books.
Send Rosaria B The Wide Sargasso Sea.
Rose-Maria P is looking forward to getting books by Ursula K Le Guin and other authors.
Rose P wants to read the bestselling Where the Crawdads Sing.
Give Roxanne W Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl.
Ruby C might be able to relate to The Mars Room by Rachel Kushner.
Sabrina B would enjoy Hard Times Require Furious Dancing: New Poems by Alice Walker.
Sabrina K might like The Liars Club by Mary Karr.
Inspire Samantha B with Rupi Kaur’s The Sun and Her Flowers.
Samara S wants to read Witches, Sluts, Feminists: Conjuring the Sex Positive.
Sandie Y would enjoy Nora Roberts and Danielle Steele.
Sarah S may like Spent by Antonia Crane.
Sari S might enjoy Girls Burn Brighter by Shobha Rao.
Savannah S is due for release in September 2020. Send her God Will Use This Mess for Good.
Shacrystal D needs some good reading material.
Spark Shalandrea D’s imagination with Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler.
Shalandrea F would like to read The White Card by Claudia Rankine.
Sheila M would like to read Trusting Yourself, a guide to self-reliance.
Shelica D is curious to learn more about becoming a real estate agent.
Sheree Lowe is interested in yoga, Buddhism, and race in America.
Sherry E is in need of some good reads!
Send Sheryl J What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Blacker.
Sherry O has asked for The Power of Creativity.
Shineka S needs books on how to change habits.
Shirley G might be interested in Harlem Is Nowhere: a Journey to the Mecca of Black America.
Shondrea P is interested in reading An American Marriage by Tayari Jones.
Enchant Skyy M with Kindred by Octavia Butler.
Sonya W needs books on nutrition and fitness.
Help Stephanie H build her reading list.
Stephanie R needs books about strong black lesbians.
Stacey C wants books on sports, starting your own business, and Christianity.
Sue C has requested The Book of Self Care.
Summer O was a stripper in Tampa and is doing time for have 20 grams of marijuana in the strip club.
Susan B would like to read The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration In the Age of Colorblindness.
Tara R could benefit from a workbook on loneliness.
Taaka A is interested in reading Leaves of Grass.
Tajiri J wants books on parenting and black history.
Talia M has asked for The Pink Institution by Selah Saterstrom.
Tammie R could benefit from reading Chicken Soup for the Prisoner’s Soul.
Tara F enjoys thrillers, romance, and more.
Lift Tarrissa J up with The Courage to Soar Behind Bars.
Tawanda B is in Federal Prison in Florida and wants to study the law.
Tawrshiana D wants to read Pushout: the Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools.
Taylor S wants books on black feminism and some lighter reads.
Tracie N would enjoy books by Barbara Kingsolver.
Teresa H is into reading self help and inspirational memoirs.
Teresa K is serving Life in prison. Help her build a reading list.
Tessa R likes to read urban fiction and books about Hip Hop Culture.
Lift Tiera C up with The 50 Greatest Love Letters of All Time.
Tiffanie B has requested Wuthering Heights.
Tiffany F wants true crime by John Douglas.
Tiffany R loves urban fiction.
Tina C is going to be a Florida Prison for a while and would books and pen pals.
Tocorra J is going to study for her GED and read urban fiction
Toni B enjoys Christian fiction, romance, and true crime.
Open Tonia S ‘s mind with Fledgling by Octavia Butler.
Tonya R is looking forward to receiving self help books.
Traci C wants to read Educated: A Memoir.
Tranekia M needs letter-writing supplies and a re-entry workbook.
Tressy M looks forward to reading Pride and Prejudice.
Tula M likes nature, music, and cars.
Twyla R wants to read about Black Power and prison abolition.
Unique M loves to write letters and poems.
Inspire Valerie S with the One Minute Gratitude Journal.
Valerie T wants to discover Lucy by Jamaica Kincaid.
Vanesia P would like to receive Start Where You Are, a guide to creative journaling.
Vanessa P would like to read a variety of books.
Vera W has asked for books by Ursula K. Le Guin.
Vickie L is interested in the essays and speeches of Audre Lorde.
Wanda H needs some good reads.
Wendy C would benefit from reading A Course on Miracles, by Marianne Williamson.
Send Wendy L the new, bestselling Where the Crawdads Sing.
Yolanda S loves gritty, blingy urabn hustle books by Desiree, Jamaica, and more.
Yolanda Z enjoys podcasts about personal finances and prison reform.
Enrich Zilma R with fiction by Latina women.