Every Least Sparrow

Jennifer’s mother, a journalist writing about life in their small Midwestern town, embarks on a quest with her daughter, diagnosed with Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome, that takes them from doctor to doctor, hospital to hospital, and state to state. It’s filled with surgeries, therapies, and educational interventions– mitigated by Jennifer’s love of music and her fun, curious obsession with the Titanic.  It forces her mother to examine her own prejudices, creating for her a new understanding of what it means to be wife, mother, and human being.

© 2017 Carolyn Walker
Audience: Parent, Professional