"No man stands so tall as when he stoops to help a child." Abraham Lincoln

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Reply Joe Thomas
8:23 PM on May 19, 2017 
Hey Sonny, hope you're well. I also hope you received the book. Will write a letter soon. Your friend, Joe ~
Reply Dwight Abbott
10:58 PM on April 28, 2017 
Hello Alyson, thank you for taking the time to leave us a message here. Due to a new job I don't get in here as often as I would like, but do check in from time to time. I will be seeing Sonny tomorrow (Saturday, April 29) and will let him know of you, your book analysis for your class and your offer to send him a copy - of which I'm sure he would love to receive. His address is on the home page, but I'll put it here for you as well:
Dwight Abbott, T88033
CHCF C-3-A #101
PO Box 32200
Stockton CA 95213
Good luck with your classes/teachers certification (I have no doubt you will pass with honors). I know he joins me in saying thank you for your interest in working with at risk youth, if there had been more people like you around when he was a child his life probably would have turned out a lot different. Thank you for caring and trying to make a difference.
Reply Alyson
11:48 PM on April 19, 2017 
How is Mr. Abbott?

I just wrote a book analysis of I Cried, You Didn't Listen for a college course I'm taking to get my Special Ed teaching license. I will be certified (if i make it!) to teach kids with emotional disturbance/behavior disorders, which is why I thought Mr. Abbott's book would be relevant to my studies, as a lot of these kids are involved with the Department of Juvenile Justice from a pretty young age. I can send him a copy of what I wrote if you think he might like it.
Reply Dwight Abbott
6:18 PM on February 28, 2017 
Hello Curtis, unfortunately I don't know what your comment says, so if you know English and would like to post it again please feel free to do so.
Reply CurtisLicaNo
8:30 AM on February 28, 2017 
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Reply Dwight Abbott
12:42 PM on February 14, 2017 
Hello bolestr, I'm not sure what email subscription or newsletter you are referring to as I do not have them set up here for this. There is an email you can write to Sonny at and then I print them out and either mail them, or bring them to a visit for him to read. So if you would like to do that, the email address is [email protected] Or you can write to him directly at the prison.
Because of my work schedule I am not able to get online here to check, or update, this site as often as I would like. But when I get notifications that somebody has stopped in and left a message I try to get in here as soon as I can to respond (I'm sorry it took this long to get back to you).
Thank you for being patient.
Reply Dwight Abbott
12:38 PM on February 14, 2017 
Hello Sandra, thank you for joining us here. Sonny loves hearing from people who hear of him through his books or finding his website here. His address is on the home page, but I will give it here again for you:
Dwight Abbott T88033
CHCF C-3-A #101
PO Box 32200
Stockton CA 95213
Reply Sandra Bryant Cashin
4:39 AM on February 14, 2017 
Thank you for sharing your story through the video. I read through the posts on this site and would like to know what type of support Dwight needs at this time.
Letters on his behalf? Personal correspondence?
Thank you
Sandy
Reply bolestr
2:49 AM on January 31, 2017 
I can not find your email subscription hyperlink or newsletter service.
Reply Lo
11:01 PM on February 19, 2016 
I cannot stress enough how much Sonny's courageous move to share his horrors with the world have changed me. I have never cried so hard, felt such devestation, nor eanted to pursue a cause to save children from the same fate. I am pleased to learn that he has continued his writing. I look forward to purchasing his latest book. I also fear my own reaction as his story will never have a happy ending. I commend his bravery in reliving this horrific past. Without someone to comfort his soul the way many of us take for granted only escalates the pain, I am certain. Our society has much to learn. Our legal system is flawed. My heart goes out to Sonny and everyone who has been made to suffer similar fates. God help us all.