Turning Pages is a family literacy initiative designed to strengthen family bonds while improving literacy skills of incarcerated fathers, their children, and the children’s caregivers. Program highlights include four fathers-only workshops for family literacy instruction, four contact visits to read together, family literacy instruction for caregivers, and 20-25 books gifted to each child over the course of eight weeks. For many inmates, Turning Pages provides an authentic reason to read the easy text of children’s books. They choose books for their children in the Fathers’ Workshop, then practice reading them aloud for the Family Reading Club the following week. There, the fathers and children read together while the children’s caregivers meet in their own discussion group to learn about the importance of reading with their children and ways to strengthen their own literacy skills. The Turning Pages program renews and improves family bonds and increases all family members’ interest in reading. Caregivers and children report that the contact visits bring comfort and help to develop a love of reading. Over the eight-week program, inmates are empowered as their children’s literacy coaches. Months after the program, most inmates and their children remain in contact, and literacy skills continue to strengthen, as most parents continue to read aloud to their children and independently for their own enjoyment. Turning Pages was founded in 2010 and serves approximately 36 families (some 70 children and 70 adults) during 24 weeks each year.