Birch Hollow Schoolmarm

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Thorndike Press, 2002 - Fiction - 189 pages
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Though she is well loved, Dora, the 16-year-old adoptive daughter of Miriam and Nate Kauffman, begins to feel the need to break away from the constrictions of Amish life. A serious accident brings her to her senses. Wanting a new start, Dora accepts a job teaching in an Amish school in Minnesota, where she begins to find true contentment. Told in diary form, this old-fashioned, often sentimental tale gives a good introduction to what is certain to be a popular series.

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i didn't want the book to end...great book.I highly recomend it..if you don;t have it,,get it. Read full review


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