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At Freebird Publishers, we offer an impressive selection of prisoner publications like resource books, guides, newsletters, and more. We invite you to check our blog frequently for featured publications. Choose from a selection of publications specifically for inmates to publications written by inmates. If you have any questions, please call us at 888-712-1987

New Book for Prisoners - Prisoner Survival Skills: How-to Make Something from Nothing

We take things for granted in society, if we need something, we go to the store, order online or make it. Well, it is apparently not so simple for those that find themselves behind bars in prison. Inside a prisoner usually cannot even purchase the item they need or want from commissary (prison store). Over the years prisoners have learned to create things. The knack for making something out of nothing started with those that had needs that could not be met. Inside prison, the trash we throw away every day, like packaging on everyday items, empty containers, jars, bags etc., all can be turned into something with a brand-new purpose. With a little ingenuity, some creativity, positive thinkin

Pen Pal Company Seeking Volunteers to Promote Prisoner Rehabilitation

Pen Pals have become a huge positive influence in the way of Prisoner Rehabilitation. Prison Pen Pal service, Penacon.com has recently been asking for persons willing to correspond with inmates to volunteer their time in helping the prisoners listed on their pen pal service. We are taught to show pity, compassion, and kindness to those in difficult situations. Have you ever considered reaching out to a lonely inmate? Penacon.com is currently seeking these volunteers (at no monetary cost to you) to help promote inmate rehabilitation. An important role in prisoner rehabilitation is forming trusting relationships. By providing a steady friendship to a lonely prisoner you'll be helping them

Freebird Publishers Demonstrations a Proven Technique

Introducing published prisoner author, Josh Kruger In The Millionaire Prisoner, author Josh Kruger tells us of his shared system of reading called "The Art of Reading Non-Fiction" that he learned from his mentor, Zig Ziglar. Here's how you can use the steps in that system to get the most from any book: 1. Read through the book quickly to get the gist of the message, underlining or highlighting the things that really "grab" you. Only stop to look up words you don't know or write them down to look up later. This first reading allows you to become familiar with the book. 2. As you read this book the second time, keep a notebook of ideas generated by the book that you can personally use. T

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