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In the book, the kids on Alcatraz took a ferry off the island to go to school. The kindergarteners went to a house on Alcatraz island where someone taught them.
Al Capone and the other convicts played baseball in the Rec Yard. On page 56, according to Annie, when a baseball went over the wall, the kids on Alcatraz got to keep it, and show it off at school.
In the book, the wives of the guards on Alcatraz examined the mail that gets sent to the convicts. They chose if the criminals got to read the letter or not.
According to the author's notes, children living on Alcatraz did in fact take a ferry to school. It is also a true fact that the kindergarteners were taught by one of the mothers on Alcatraz.
In the author's notes, it says that convicts actually played baseball on Alcatraz and that children collected and treasured convict baseballs.
According to the author's notes, the wives of the guards actually censored the mail that criminals got. Nothing that the convicts got was private.
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