Everything Left to Remember

by Author Steph Jagger

  • Publisher Flatiron Books
  • Year published 2022
  • ISBN: ISBN 978-1250261830
  • Number of pages 272 pages
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Too aware of her mother’s waning memory, Steph proposes that the two take a camping trip out to Montana. An adventure full of horseback riding, hiking, and “tenting” out West quickly turns into one woman’s reflection on childhood, motherhood, personhood ― and what it means to love someone who doesn’t quite remember the person she spent her lifetime becoming.ebook icon Audio book icon

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About the Author
Author description

Steph Jagger is a sought-after mentor and coach whose offerings guide people toward a deeper understanding of themselves and their stories. Her work, including speaking and facilitating, lies at the intersection of loss, the nature of deep remembrance, and the personal journey of re-creation. Steph grew up in Vancouver, Canada and now lives and works on Bainbridge Island, WA. Everything Left to Remember is Steph’s second book. Her first, Unbound, was published in 2017.

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‘What will I carry forward?’ A journey through wilderness, dementia, and memory by John O'Brien. KUOW NPR. May 12, 2022 Listen icon image

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