A Dream for Hannah

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Harvest House Publishers, Jun 1, 2010 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Having grown up in the Amish faith, author Jerry Eicher (over 100,000 copies in combined sales) treats his fast-growing readership to his firsthand knowledge in A Dream for Hannah. Hannah Miller’s Amish faith is solid. Her devotion to her family and Indiana community is unquestionable. Yet her young spirit longs for adventure and romance. As troubling circumstances give her good reason to spend the summer at her aunt’s Montana horse ranch, Hannah soon discovers she has much to learn about life and love. Her heart is awhirl with emotion as she dreams about her future. Sam, the boy Hannah has known all her life, is comfortable and predictable. Peter is the wild one, the boy who is on rumspringa. And Jake is unpredictable, intriguing, and living in the Montana wilderness. Hoping for a dream come true, Hannah must decide how to fulfill her heart’s desire while staying true to her faith.

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A lovely light read with nice twists

User Review  - Jools - Christianbook.com

A lovely light read with nice twists. I like how this book is set away from the regular Amish settings and it showed a different set of challenges. reading the next one now! Read full review

Great series was thoroughly enjoyed.

User Review  - quiltermeg - Christianbook.com

I have just finished reading the complete Hanna's Heart series by Jerry Eicher. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Hannah's adventures & the tragedies that she endured for one so young & the way that ... Read full review

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Jerry Eicher taught for two terms in Amish and Mennonite schools in Ohio and Illinois. He writes of his experience growing up Amish in his memoir My Amish Childhood. Jerry has been involved in church renewal, preaching, and teaching Bible studies. He lives with his wife, Tina, and their four children in Virginia.

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