Annie's Decision (Amish Girls Series - Book 5)by J.E.B. Spredemann
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Annie Yoder has always dreamed of meeting an Englisch girl her own age, so when she sees an advertisement for Amish pen pals in the local paper, she begs her folks to allow her to participate. Annie quickly learns there are exciting new things in the Englisch world and she finds herself drawn to the forbidden. Will Annie's verboten desires lead her away from her people?
Annie isn't the only one in a Valley of Decision. Jonathan Fisher's Rumspringa may cost him more than he bargained for. Will his foolishness change the course of his life forever?
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Annie’s Decision ( Amish Girls series- book 5 ) by: J.E.B. Spredemann Annie’s Decision is the fifth book in this series. I love all of these young teen novellas and following all of these young teen Amish in this series. Annie’s Decision follows several of the young Amish in their adventure and Rumspringa years. Some wanting to experience the English World. Annie is a young teen who want an English Pen Pal. I will let you read the novella of Annie and her friends. Spredemann has done a terrific job in these novellas and the characters. I love the way she places the characters in situations similar to ours today. Great job Spredemann. I was given a copy of this book for my honest review, which I have given.
Annie’s Decision is book #5 in the Amish Girls Series. I have enjoyed the way the characters have developed through the series. Each book has been a good source for Christian character development in young girls and teens. Scripture is used throughout the stories to reinforce godly decisions and principles. The author places the characters in circumstances and situations that our very real to our youth today. Annie is a fourteen year old girl who wishes for an English pen pal. Although her father is against the idea, her mother convinces him to allow the letters on a trial basis--providing they read the letters too. Will Annie’s introduction to the English world influence her to step away from her Amish roots? Follow Annie and her friends through their relationships and decisions to find out if the English world will influence them to leave the Amish and step into a whole new lifestyle. An electronic copy of this book was provided to me in exchange for my honest review.
5 Stars again! Looking for just the right stationary and licking the stamp.....Pen pals are such fun. I had several pen pals when I was a teenager. We did not have email so snail mail with old fashioned letters was our only form of communication. We sent pictures and gifts to each other along with long letters of the details of our lives, even writing poems and songs for each other at times. Annie Yoder is an Amish teenager though and so it is a bit more complicated for her to have an Englisch pen pal. Her parents do approve of it as long as they are able to read the girls letters to each other. Annie's pen pal opens up some forbidden things for her and life gets even more troubled for her. I won't spoil the story for readers, but I love the way this series involves characters from the previous books. I feel like they are becoming family to me as I read about them and I find I am anxious to hear news of some of the characters in previous books. Joanna also plays a large part in this book as she also meets an Englisch young person. Courting customs for the Amish are quite different than those for Englisch youngsters, and church services are also very different. Read and find out how these things effect Annie and Joanna and their families. I wish these books had been available when my own daughters were teenagers as each book teaches valuable life lessons. Thank you to the author for the complementary pdf copy of this book. I am writing a review as my way of thanking the author.