Since publishing her first novel, Missy’s Murder, in 1991, American novelist Karen Kingsbury has had a very successful literary career. Her books have ranged from the Baxter Family Collection, to the Angels Walking stories, the 9/11 series and the Bailey Flanigan books, amongst others.
Due to the continued popularity of her novels, a number of Karen Kingsbury’s stories have also been adapted into movies, beginning with 2009’s Like Dandelion Dust. But how many movies are based on Karen Kingsbury novels?
In this post I am looking at the Karen Kingsbury movies to provide a list of all the adaptations to date. So, if you are a fan, and you want to check which movies you still need to watch, hopefully this post will prove useful.
Karen Kingsbury movies in order
Below is a list of movies based on novels written by Karen Kingsbury. The movies include:
- Like Dandelion Dust (2009)
- Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge: Part 1 (2015)
- Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge: Part 2 (2016)
- Karen Kingsbury’s A Time to Dance (2016)
- Karen Kingsbury’s Maggie’s Christmas Miracle (2017)
Who are the cast of the Karen Kingsbury movies?
Notable cast members to appear in Karen Kingsbury movies include Mira Sorvino, Barry Pepper, Cole Hauser, Jill Wagner, Luke Macfarlane, Katie Findlay, Wyatt Nash, Ted McGinley, Faith Ford, Jennie Garth, and Corbin Bernsen, amongst others.
What is the best Karen Kingsbury movie?
According to IMDb, the Karen Kingsbury movies are ranked from best to least-best as follows:
- Like Dandelion Dust (2009) – 7.0/10
- Karen Kingsbury’s Maggie’s Christmas Miracle (2017) – 6.9/10
- Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge: Part 2 (2016) – 6.8/10
- Karen Kingsbury’s The Bridge: Part 1 (2015) – 6.6/10
- Karen Kingsbury’s A Time to Dance (2016) – 6.3/10
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