Quilts of Love
SUMMARY: A small gift, a simple promise, a life forever changed.
It's been more than fifty years since Clara cared for injured WWII soldiers in the Women's Army Corps. Fifty years since she promised to deliver a dying soldier's last wish. And fifty years since that soldier's young widow gave her the baby quilt - a grief-ridden gift that would provide hope to countless newborns in the years to come.
On her way to the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Clara decided it's time to share her story. But when the trip doesn't go as planned, Clara wonders if anyone will learn the great significance of the quilt - and the promise stitched inside it.
REVIEW: This novel is different from most World War II stories I've read but was interesting in how the story played out. One of my favorite parts was Clara telling her grandson her story and the story of the quilt and his continued interest. I like how even though Clara's life wasn't easy, she chose to listen to the Lord's leading and follow Him. In doing so, she blessed many woman and their babies with the quilt and showed them the love of the Lord. It covers a lot of history but does it quickly without leaving out important details. This was an enjoyable book.
This book was provided by Litfuse Publicity Group for review without compensation.
Emily T. Wierenga is an award-winning journalist, columnist, artist, author, and blogger at emilywierenga.com. She lives in Alberta, Canada, with her husband, Trenton, and their two sons.