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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User Review  - sallylou61 - LibraryThing

Rosanna of the Amish, which was originally published in 1940, was written to provide a more accurate picture of Amish life than what had been portrayed in books about the Amish. The book is a ... Read full review

User Review  - Marie Castilonia -

The story of Rosanna was very heartwarming. It tells of a women with great love and devotion to God and family. The extent of her love still exists in her family generations later as shown by the author. Very inspiring Read full review


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