The Goodbye Quilt

The Goodbye Quilt

Large Print - 2011
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As her only child readies for college, fabric shop owner Linda Davis is torn between excitement for Molly and heartache for herself. Mother and daughter decide to share one last adventure -- a cross-country road trip to move Molly into her dorm. As they make their way through the heart of the nation, Linda pieces together the scraps that make up Molly's young life. And in stitching each bit of fabric, she discovers that the memories can come together in a way that will keep them both warm in the years to come.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2011
Edition: Large print ed
Description: 221 p. (large print) ; 23 cm
ISBN: 9781611730432
1611730430
Branch Call Number: LP Wigg

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newdog
Jan 15, 2015

As I've read Susan Wigg's excellent "Bella Vista" series, I expected the writing style in this book to show at least a small portion of that same brilliance, but this book was so simple and boring, I couldn't make it through. It was an absolute snooze-fest!

ChristchurchLib Sep 19, 2012

Here's another novel sure to appeal to close-knit mother/daughter pairs (tangential pun somewhat intended). Linda Davis is the owner of a local fabric shop that celebrates commemorative quilts; her daughter Molly will soon be off to college. But before she starts her new life, they decide to share one last adventure by driving cross-country together - and while Molly drives, Linda reminisces...and creates a very special quilt for Molly's dorm room. Contemplative on the subjects of parenthood, empty nests, marriage, and dreams, this character-driven novel is a "classic tale of growing up and moving on" (Library Journal).

Listed in the Next Reads Fiction A to Z newsletter September 2012 http://www.nextreads.com/Display2.aspx?SID=5acc8fc1-4e91-4ebe-906d-f8fc5e82a8e0&N=548707

red_raven_26 Jul 26, 2012

I really enjoyed the story and the author's writing style. The mother-daughter emotional journey was very touching. I am young so I was able to relate to the daughter, Molly, as she went off to college. I think women of all ages would appreciate this book!

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princess555
Apr 04, 2011

a sweet book.

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