Rosanna of the Amish

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Herald Press, 1973 - Fiction - 251 pages
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Basing his narrative on fact, Yoder offers the heartwarming, thrilling story of Rosanna McGonegal Yoder, an Irish-Catholic child raised by an Amish woman. The author gives an honest, straightforward, and sympathetic account of the religious, social, and economic traditions and customs of the Amish people.

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I enjoyed this book. How the Amish live, work, and worship is very interesting. Makes me think of the way my Mom's church does things, very similiar. Loved reading about her life and the love between her and Elizabeth. Read full review

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Charming! Through an honest look at our neighbours lifestyle comes growth, understanding, and the ability to relate a little better. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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