Missing Children is a bittersweet tale of friendship, Alzheimer’s, and quilting.
What do you do with fabric scraps? You make a quilt. Memories are the scraps of life. Louise’s memories are missing because of Alzheimer’s. After being moved to a nursing home, her family donates Louise’s fabric to her old quilting bee.
Hannah and the ladies of the quilting bee are happy to have the fabric but have mixed feelings over the nursing home. Before they can make quilts in honor of Louise they must sort through the tension and mixed emotions. Hannah must also deal with past regrets and memories of her grandmother who died with Alzheimer’s.
Can Hannah forgive herself for past mistakes? Can the close knit group put feelings aside long enough to make a memory quilt for Louise?
Experience the laughter and tears as Hannah and her friends deal with the tragedy of Alzheimer’s and the healing art of quilting.
Targeted Age Group: +19
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Caren Rich grew up in a small Alabama town. The swamps and bayous have fueled her imagination and inspired her writing. Her short stories may cross genres but they are rooted in the history and culture of the South. Caren’s favorite holiday is Christmas, which has greatly influenced her writing. She enjoys reading mysteries, epic fantasy, and always makes time for a good fairy tale. Her favorite super hero is Rogue from the X-Men. Caren lives on the coast with her husband and two daughters. All three are a constant source of inspiration.
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