The Memory Keepers Daughter
There is a moment in the novel that I find to be significant and that is when Phoebe gets stung by a bee and is taken to the doctors, while she is there the nurse mentions her condition and causes Caroline to get upset, as well as Al, and this is when she realizes how much he loves her. This is significant because it connects Paul and Phoebe in a way, and shows a big moment in Caroline's and Phoebe's lives.
The movie got rid of a few characters like Caroline s roommates, Dorothy and Leo. These are two significant characters that take roll in the second half of the book, they provide a home and a job for Caroline and her "daughter" Phoebe, but in the movie, it just jumps directly to Caroline living with Al. The film also doesn't talk about Caroline and Al getting married until later on, so it's just kind of there for you to assume. Skipping a whole chapter of their lives. I felt like the bond and background of the book was missing from the film. It just didn't feel the same because it was missing all of these moments, I felt disconnected.