Alzheimer's: Forgetting Piece by Piece

Alzheimer's: Forgetting Piece by Piece
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Alzheimer's: Forgetting Piece by Piece
We're very sorry, but the book is completely sold out. It is not cost effective to reprint as the exhibit will be retired at the end of October.

If you would like to be put on a waiting list as we investigate other options (electronic book, print-on-demand, etc.) please send an email to Type "WAITING LIST" in the subject line. Your email will not be acknowledged, but you will hear from us if we find an alternate way to create more books.

The book is so touching. I hope to catch the exhibit in Exeter NH. I lost my mom to Alzheimer's at Thanksgiving and the book is helping me understand so much of what we went through. As it was happening, I had to shut so much out. I wanted to share copies with my dad, brother and my kids. Thanks for a beautiful project. :-)
With each page I find the warmth, humor, and heroism that underscores so meaningfully life with AD. You are a national treasure! ~~
Joanne Koenig Coste, author of Learning To Speak Alzheimer's.
The book arrived yesterday. It went to bed with me last night and I could not close it until I had read it from cover to cover ... with tears in my eyes with every page. So worth the money, so worth the time spent putting it together, so worth the organization you are supporting. Thanks for making it available and keep up your amazing work. ~~Sandra Drake (Waka TX)

I received my copy of Alzheimer's Forgetting Piece by Piece today which would have been my wife's 65th birthday. She died a year and a half ago on January 5, 2006 from Alzheimer's. I got a copy of your DVD awhile ago and it was moving. Today I read the introduction to the book and cried most of the way through it, so it will take me a long time to get through it. I continue to thank God and you for the work that you are doing. ~~Bob Brown
Thank you for creating this beautiful book. I already have the CD, still unopened, but I'm an old-fashioned got-to-hold-the-book-in-my-hands kind of gal, and I read it cover to cover the first day. I'm buying extra copies for friends. Thank you for your valuable contributions to the quilting community and especially for advancing awareness of Alzheimer's. ~~Laura
I just received my first copy of Alzheimer's Forgetting Piece by Piece and couldn't contain the tears—it is so beautiful—I am ordering a a copy for our local Alzheimer's Association. God bless you for this beautiful book.~~ Billie Blair, Bakersfield, Ca
My mother died in March of pneumonia but Parkinson's was her disease with a real healthy dose of dementia thrown in. By coincidence, for Christmas, I had my daughter buy your book on Alzheimer's quilts and I have to say it was a real hard book to read through. There were a lot of tears and I realized that I was saying good-bye to my mother each day. She had gotten to the point when she didn't know me or my 7 siblings....we couldn't even bring her to family events as my big rowdy family just frightened her. But the thing I know for sure....she is at peace now. Thank you for your work for the Alzheimer's cure. ~~Ann Renica