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Allison Troyer is learning to run an Amish household. She is caught between to equally intriguing young Amish men, both looking to gain her affections.
Rachel's back in school in Lancaster County! And that's where trouble finds her once again! Except this time, trouble is spelled O-R-L-I-E. That's the name of the new boy-the freckle-faced kid with a nasty cowlick-who has an ornery attitude when it comes to Rachel. From mixed-up school lunches to playground high jinks, these two Amish kids are off on the wrong bare foot. Will nine-year-old Rachel be able to survive Orlie's constant teasing? Can anything good come from this mayhem and madness? Boys and girls will love reading about Rachel's latest adventure. Visit www.rachelyoderbooks.com to play online games, learn Amish words, and learn more about the Rachel Yoder Series! Other books in the Rachel Yoder series include School's Out, Out of Control, New Beginnings.
Rachel's Back--in One Last Adventure! Rachel's not enjoying school this year. There are so many other things she'd rather be doing than schoolwork. As she shirks her responsibilities, Rachel encounters everything from cows escaping the pasture to an overflowing sink, dirty sheets, and rotten eggs. Rachel wants to be all grown up, but she's having a hard time accepting the responsibility that goes with it. Will she ever learn the value of growing up into a dependable adult?
Eleven-year-old Rachel experiences a case of the grumpies when things don't go her way, and she eventually learns an important lesson about happiness. Parents and children alike will fall in love with this delightful Amish girl, who seems to find trouble following close on her barefooted heels at every turn.
Rachel Beachy wants something she can't have -- her sister Anna's boyfriend. Silas Swartley has been in love with the spirited Anna since they were children -- and Rachel, the tomboy, has loved Silas nearly as long. Like the Biblical Job, Rachel feels that her swiftly moving days are spent without hope -- the hope of ever making Silas take notice of her. But when Anna unexpectedly leaves the Amish faith, Rachel's hope is rekindled. She begins filling her hope chest as she initiates a campaign to win Silas's heart. Can Silas set the pain of Anna's rejection aside and see Rachel as anything more than a child; Will Rachel be disappointed in Silas and in God, or will she learn the true meaning of hope?
Rachel's Back and This Time She's Jumping to Conclusions! Eleven-year-old Rachel Yoder encounters trouble at every turn with her Amish friends and family when she spreads unintentional rumors as a result of her eavesdropping. From a little misunderstanding about Cousin Mary moving back to town ... to a much bigger and out-of-control rumor about her brother Jacob's health, things go from bad to worse for Rachel. Will she ever learn that assumptions often have hurtful consequences?
Rachel's Back--in Her Biggest Adventure Yet! As summer is coming to an end, Rachel's troubles are just beginning. Not only does she have a new baby sister to deal with, but she has an ornery cat on the loose, too. Rachel begins to feel that life just isn't fair. When her jealousy leads her to take a trip to an amusement park with her English friend--without her parents' permission--her problems only get worse. Will Rachel ever learn to be content?
Rachel's Back--with a Lesson She Won't Soon Forget! Rachel Yoder has been out-of-sorts ever since her best friend moved away. What will she do without her? When a new girl named Audra shows up at the Amish schoolhouse, Rachel soon finds herself with a stinky sandwich, a mud-spattered dress, a sore nose, and a rotten attitude. As things go from bad to worse, Rachel is in danger of losing more than one friend. Will she ever learn the value of forgiveness?
Look out! Rachel's Back, and She's Out of Control! Ten-year-old Rachel is driving her Amish friends and family "buggy" with her lack of patience, which brings her trouble at every turn--from sledding into a creek to ruining a yummy shoofly pie, to flunking a test in school, to being dragged facedown in the snow. Will Rachel spend the entire winter getting into more trouble than her Lancaster County family and schoolmates can handle? Or will she finally discover that patience has its own rewards?
Look out, Lancaster County! School's out! And so is an energetic Amish girl with trouble following close on her barefooted heels! When nine-year-old Rachel Yoder isn't bringing frogs to church or taking wild buggy rides, she's setting fireflies free and trying out new skateboards in all the wrong places. Will Rachel's friends and family survive the mischief she brings into their lives--and will Rachel learn any life lessons along the way?
Grace is the oldest sister in the Hostettler family. Having put her rumschpringe (running around years) behind her, she has returned to Holmes County, joined the Amish church, and begun a new life. For the past four years, everything has been going fairly well, until the day she sees an English man who knows enough of her past to jeopardize her future. Will Gary Walker's interest in Grace destroy more than one life? Amish man Cleon Schrock is planning to marry Grace, but is ignorant of her past. Will love and faith triumph over shame and deception in Holmes County?
Sit back with a warm cup of herbal tea and sink into the relaxing pleasures of a story from an Amish community, virtually insulated from the fast pace of modern life. Meet Ruth Hostettler and discover how even a cocoon of tradition cannot protect the Hostettler family from unjust evil in the world. Watch as generations of faith struggle to stand firm and one woman's dreams are put to the test.
Bring home-cooked dishes from the heart of Amish country into your kitchen with Wanda E. Brunstetter's Amish Friends Cookbook Volume 2. With recipes divided into sections including breads and rolls, desserts, main dishes, salads and sides, jams and jellies--and more!--you'll find only the best of home cooking between the pages of this delightful book.
Abandoned by his father, Will Henderson was raised by an Amish couple. Now he's about to marry Karen Yoder but is having second thoughts. Can Will overcome the bitterness of his past in order to secure his future? Karen can't break through the barrier her fiance has suddenly constructed around his heart. When she seeks the advice of an old boyfriend, Will begins to see green. Has he already lost his chance for happiness? When an accident threatens Will's life, the strength of blood ties is tested. Will a recipe for White Christmas pie contain the ingredients for a happily-ever-after?