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Thread: Latest Elm Creek Quilt book

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    Super Member carrieg's Avatar
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    I used a gift card to buy the new book The Aloha Quilt this week. So far, I like it. The main focus is on the character Bonnie, & as you can imagine, it takes place in Hawaii! I hope those twins of Sarah's get to be born in this book!

    I like all of Jennifer Chavirini's books, some more than others, but all of them are good.

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    Didn't know there was another book out. I've read all the others and I just loved them. Off now to browse Amazon to see if I can get a copy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carrieg
    I used a gift card to buy the new book The Aloha Quilt this week. So far, I like it. The main focus is on the character Bonnie, & as you can imagine, it takes place in Hawaii! I hope those twins of Sarah's get to be born in this book!

    I like all of Jennifer Chavirini's books, some more than others, but all of them are good.
    I have all of her series and wasn't aware that this one came out too! Back to Barnes and Nobles and oh yeah...another tall hot chocolate puh-leese! :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by katei
    Didn't know there was another book out. I've read all the others and I just loved them. Off now to browse Amazon to see if I can get a copy.

    Just ordered it from Amazon - can't wait for it to arrive!

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    Her latest book, The Aloha Quilt, was just released this week.

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    Geeeez I better get busy. I'm only on the 5th book.
    :shock:

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    I better get busy too I am only on book 3.

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    Can someone point us to a listing of her books in the order to read them. I would like to start them, but have no idea where to start. Thanks-

    Sheila

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    oh man i am so jealous!!! i so want that book, i'm sure it'll be as good as the others

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    go to elm creek website

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panther Creek Quilting
    Can someone point us to a listing of her books in the order to read them. I would like to start them, but have no idea where to start. Thanks-

    Sheila
    This will help, but most stand alone. I think the 1st one is the Quilter's Apprentice.
    http://elmcreek.net/index.php/main/faq/

    She seems to put out a new novel every April.

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    carrieg is right on the first book's title. There is usually a listing of the books inside the front cover and before the title page. There are at least 15 out, I think. The new one would make 16. There are also 4 or 5 quilt pattern books based on the novels.
    I am a retired church librarian, and love to read. So when I start a series, I can't quit until I've read them all, then wait impatiently for the next one.

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    Perfect timing! I just finished reading A Quilter's Holiday last week which was the last book in the series before Aloha. I've read them all... in the order they were written. I'm just a little OCD. They are all good but my favorite was The Lost Quilter.

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    oh is it out i will have to look for it! I have read all the other ones and have been waiting for this one. And yes I hope the twins are born soon she has been pregnant a long time...lol

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