Washday Blessings: An Amish Book with Recipes

Washday Blessings: An Amish Book with Recipes

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by Sicily Yoder
     
 
In her Amish Washday series, Barbara Miller continues with her series in Book Three: Washday Blessings. Linda Bender, a jolly, God-praising woman is putting her laundry out when she thinks about the new family that has moved next door: would her husband offer the new couple a pallet of apples and the man of the new place a job in his wood-working business?

Overview

In her Amish Washday series, Barbara Miller continues with her series in Book Three: Washday Blessings. Linda Bender, a jolly, God-praising woman is putting her laundry out when she thinks about the new family that has moved next door: would her husband offer the new couple a pallet of apples and the man of the new place a job in his wood-working business?
However, the new couple is busying themselves with starting housekeeping, and the wife, Esther Yoder, has other things on her mind: getting second place in the washday contest, as she knows that she can't possibly beat the champion.
Will the new couple make it at farming? Read on, and enjoy the study questions; they will make you reflect on your own life. Bonus Amish recipes are included.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015479188
Publisher:
Dutch Farms Books
Publication date:
09/09/2012
Series:
Amish Washday Books , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
404,198
File size:
14 KB

Meet the Author

Sicily Yoder likes to keep life simple, with family, friends, and animals. She enjoys her grandchildren.

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Washday Blessings: An Amish Book with Recipes 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is more like a thought. It is only a few pages long. How can this be sold as a book? 
plainlycovered More than 1 year ago
I really was moved to relate to another time,when it is and was these small things in our life that showed character traces,Teresa did well with this, a wonderful soothing story