Charlotte Brown's Patchwork Quilt

Rated 4.94/5 based on 16 reviews
This story is a reminder of how easy it is to forget the important things in life. Young or old!
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About Angela Hope

Born in the UK 1947 and emigrated to Perth Australia in 1989 with her husband and two daughters. Angela Hope is now a retired Author and Artist who was inspired to write children’s stories when her first grand daughter was born in 1992. She wrote 30 stories and had been accepted by a publisher that unfortunately went bankrupt in 1995. With her husband creating her book covers Angela has finally put them and her latest stories on the Internet for children to enjoy.

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Review by: Annielou on July 6, 2018 :
Great short story. Well written.
Highlights the problems of moving people with dementia out of their home environment into care.
Lovely ending, especially seeing her beloved dog again.
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Review by: Mark Stewart on May 27, 2018 :
awesome ending to a well written short story. Angela is a talented author who can make a story flow perfectly and knows how to place emotion in each story. Charlotte's patch work quilt is no exception.
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Review by: coolbookworm on May 21, 2018 :
A well written and compassionate story highlighting how important it is to be understanding towards people who have this life changing condition. It clearly shows that providing opportunities to evoke memories to alzheimer sufferers can pay great dividends. A lovely conclusion to the tale. Well done to the author.
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Review by: patsy16 on May 15, 2018 :
Beautifully written and in just a few pages gives you the understanding everyone needs when faced with a parent suffering from dementia. this book will help many if they take the time to read it.
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Review by: Embleton on April 29, 2018 :
Amazing condensed story of Family torn between the old country and life in Australia So many people can relate to these circumstances- Tim
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Review by: Maxwell Grantly on April 12, 2018 :
This is a delightful story, with a touching ending. Well done to the author for dealing with an important and personal subject so sensitively.
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Review by: Andre' Mwansa on April 9, 2018 :
This was a very emotional touching story. The characters, the setting and the ending? Will surely stay with me.

"The things that makes us important, are not the things that we think makes us important. The things that makes us important are always with us and have always been with us" Andre' Mwansa
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Review by: Tag Cavello on March 15, 2018 :
A terrific and well executed idea. Sad memories, happy memories, swirling in a fog of time. Very moving. I loved it.
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Review by: janet060784 on March 14, 2018 :
A moving story that anyone with a relative who has dementia can relate to. The 'fog' and the moments of clarity were well-defined. It's a sad experience for everyone concerned with no easy remedy. Well done Angela for this touching account.
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