This is book number 6 in the Between Worlds series.
Can a move thousands of a kilometres away be a blessing in disguise?
Juliana is trapped between Opa and Mom: Opa doesn't understand why his daughter ever left home, and Mom is doing everything possible to not spend time with her father. Juliana has had enough But with her parents always working and her best friend thousands of kilometres away, Juliana wonders who she can rely on for help. To soothe her feelings of despair, she turns to her great-grandmother's sketchbook...
Tata was Elisabeth's one and true confidante, and she feels his absence everywhere. When schoolboys torment her sister because their father has gone overseas, and Elisabeth's confirmation happens without him there, Elisabeth fears that the Tata's absence will suffocate her. But with Mammi locking herself away in the workshop, Elisabeth is left to seek help from the very people Mammi despises: Tata's family.
As both girls begin forging new bonds with family they've become closer to only after those life-changing moves so many months ago, they ask themselves: can something positive come out of something that at first seemed so devastating?
Missing Home is the sixth book in Lori Wolf-Heffner's contemporary/historical series, Between Worlds. For those who love history, the arts, and family ties, pick up a copy of Missing Home and enjoy a story that crosses generations.
Format updated December 2023. This book is a large print edition. The body font is 19pt, flush left, line spacing about 1.3. Italics have not been converted to underline. Interior is black print on white paper.