Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author Jennifer Chiaverini
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Ten of My Favourite Jennifer Chiaverini Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Jennifer Chiaverini’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Jennifer Chiaverini quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Jennifer Chiaverini’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“One can never had too many librarian friends.”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, The Wedding Quilt

 “The union of their shared lives could be a masterpiece, even if the colors of one piece clashed with another, even if uneven stitches showed, even if, from time to time, they had to pick out seams, realign the pieces, and sew them back together again. It would not be perfect, but it could be beautiful, if they worked together and persevered.”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, The Wedding Quilt

“Perhaps Germany will serve as a warning,” said Arvid. “May they learn from us to snuff out fascism in America when the first sparks arise and not delay until democracy goes up in flames all around them.” “This could never happen in America. A nation that elected Franklin Delano Roosevelt would never elect a madman populist.”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, Resistance Women

 “Anna, falling in love with you was like coming home to a place I didn’t realize I’d been missing all my life. You’re the only person I’ve ever known who accepts me for who I am, right in this moment, faults and all, and isn’t waiting for me to become someone else.”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, The Wedding Quilt

 “Who said you had to fill his shoes?” said Karen. “Wear your own shoes. They’re bound to fit better. Walk your own path your own way and you’ll be more likely to get to where you need to be”.”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, The Giving Quilt

 “She would almost prefer to fold her arms and sink into an eternal slumber, so that the great longing of her soul for peaceful rest would at last be gratified.”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker

“Hope is never false. One’s hopes may not be fulfilled, but that doesn’t not mean it was wrong to hope”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, The Spymistress

 “Ignorant people, whispering cruel rumors, her mother whispered. Pay them no mind.”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, Sonoma Rose

“Sometimes the most ordinary things are the ones we learn to miss the most.”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, The Quilter’s Apprentice

“loving one’s children does not guarantee that one will never fail them,”
― Jennifer Chiaverini, Enchantress of Numbers

10 Famous Quotes by Author Jennifer Chiaverini

10 quotes by Jennifer Chiaverini there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 10 greatest Jennifer Chiaverini quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best Jennifer Chiaverini Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Jennifer Chiaverini Quote 

“Then it occurred to her (Elizabeth Keckley) that if Tad (Lincoln’s son) had been a colored boy rather than the son of a president, and a teacher had found him so difficult to instruct, he would have been ridiculed as a dunce and held up as evidence of the inferiority of the entire race. Tad was bright; Elizabeth knew that well, and she was sure that with proper instruction and hard work, a glimmer of his father’s genius would show in him too. But Elizabeth knew many black boys Tad’s age who could read and write beautifully, and yet the myth of inferiority persisted. The unfairness of the assumptions stung. If a white child appeared dull, the entire race was deemed unintelligent. It seemed to Elizabeth that if one race should not judged by a single example, then neither should any other.”

― Jennifer Chiaverini, Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker

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