Inmate Activity Book

Volume 1

Incarceration can be a difficult and isolating experience. Everyone deserves the opportunity to live their best life. We’ve created this journal to help inmates find light in the darkness, manage their circumstances, improve their mental health, and keep their minds active.  

Certified drug and alcohol counselor, Patricia Branigan, developed this tool to empower people to reclaim their lives and discover joy. 

Order a copy for your loved one today!

Inmate Activity Book Volume 2

Discover the Ultimate Inmate Activity Book with All-New Content! 

🧠 Boost Mental Health 🧩 Engage with Puzzles & Trivia 🎨 Explore Art Activities 💌 Send Heartfelt Greetings

Embark on a journey of empowerment and connection with our second inmate activity book. Packed with fresh content, it's the ultimate companion for self-discovery and meaningful connections. 

Brighten your loved one's day by sending them their own copy today!

Inmate Activity Book Volume 3

This unique volume contains diverse activities promoting well-being and inspiring positive self-expression, offering support and hours of enjoyable entertainment.

🧠 Boost mental well-being 

💪 Encourage personal growth 

🎨 Get creative with art activities 

🕹️ Puzzles & games 

🧘‍♀️ Embrace mindfulness with meditations 

💌 Share heartfelt messages with custom cards 

Don't wait to help your loved one unlock the path to a brighter future! 

We are proud to be included in the Prison Book Program's Amazon Wish List. 

"Prison Book Program mails books to people in prison to support their educational, vocational, 

and personal development and to help them avoid returning to prison after their release. 

We also aim to provide a quality volunteer experience that introduces citizens to issues 

surrounding the American prison system and the role of education in reforming it.  

We believe that everyone has a right to read and that books are tremendous sources 

of enlightenment, enjoyment, and transformation. 

We also strive to lessen the dehumanization and isolation of incarceration by providing our 

readers with a connection to a community of caring people.

- Prison Book Program

We are proud to be included in the Woman's Prison Book Project Wish List.

"Since 1994, the Women’s Prison Book Project (WPBP) has provided women and transgender persons in prison 

with free reading materials covering a wide range of topics from law and education 

(dictionaries, GED, etc.) to fiction, politics, history, and women’s health. 

We are an all-volunteer, grassroots organization.

We seek to build connections with those behind the walls and to educate those of us on the 

outside about the realities of prison and the justice system."


What people are saying: 

"Taking my mind right out of prison and focusing on something good and positive."      -T.F. Jesup, GA

Great resource for incarcerated people! - 5 stars

I am the director of a nonprofit organization, Prison Book Program, that sends free books and reading materials to people in prisons and jails in all 50 states. We keep this book and the other Inmate Activity Books by Buttery and Branigan on our wish list for donors who support our program to purchase. This is the best book so far, packed with so many resources that are highly valuable for people in prison: games, puzzles, mental health and mindfulness prompts, journaling exercises, calendars and planning tools, health and exercise activities, you name it; it's in there. We have now sent out hundreds of the Buttery and Branigan books to incarcerated folks throughout the country, and we can't wait to send more! Please support their work - they definitely understand the needs of this audience. 

Another great offering from Patricia Branigan to help people in prison! - 5 stars

We have distributed several copies of Volume 1 of this book and have received very good feedback on it! It doesn't repeat the same items from Volume 1 and contains new resources, boredom-busters, and mood-lifters. I can't recommend this book enough for programs like ours or for anyone with an incarcerated loved one. 

Highly Recommend - 5 stars

This book is a wonderful resource containing meditations, gratefulness and workout trackers, and various helpful coping skills and games designed to keep an active brain. As a therapist, I recommend this book to clients.                                         

- Stephanie Hillebrand LMSW CAADC