Storm Song

As World War II rages on, 1943 is a difficult year for the Yoder family. How should Elam, a conscientious objector, act when he boards a train full of sneering soldiers? Why does Father end up in prison? Thankfully, all things are in God’s power. Book seven in the Amish Frontier Series.

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Joanna’s Journey

Rebecca Martin. A journey from Fayette County, Pennsylvania, to Fairfield County, Ohio, would take a matter of hours today. But for Joanna Huber and her family, moving to the western frontier in 1803, this would be a long trip full … Read More

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The Master’s Trade

Rebecca Martin. With high hopes, John Rittenhouses’ parents join the surge of Mennonites into the American frontier. The Master Craftsman carves out young John’s faith and character in this budding wilderness where medical help is scarce and hard work, danger, … Read More

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The Brickmakers

Rebecca Martin. This book continues the story of A Captain for Hans and tells of the group’s move to the Palatinate in Germany. Both books are historical novels. Interesting and meaningful for teenagers and adults. 191 pages; paper; Carlisle Press.

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Fountain of Life

Rebecca Martin. This story is set in New Testament times, Jewish life, and the customs of that time. Eli had heard about Jesus’ profound teachings and amazing miracles, but he had never seen Jesus. The more he heard, the more … Read More

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A Captain for Hans

Rebecca Martin. The tumult of the Reformation has swept Switzerland, and Zwingli’s Reformed Church has wrested control of several cantons from the Catholic Church. A Captain for Hans brings the world of the persecuted Anabaptists in the 1630s to life. … Read More

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A Song for the King

Amish Frontier Series book 3. Thirteen-year-old Lydia Yoder feels homeless. Poor farming conditions mean yet another change! The Yoder family spends a summer working for produce farmers at Ordway, Colorado. Then they move on to Montana to a recently established … Read More

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Arrow in the Sky

Amish Frontier Series Book 5. No jobs, no money, no food… This became a common refrain in the 1930s. Living on a rice farm in Arkansas, the Yoder family had plenty of food, but money was scarce. Migrant workers came through in search of work, presenting a chance to share their food and show their care. Children will enjoy this story of bygone days and learn about that era in the process. 165 pages; paperback; Ridgeway Publishing.

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Steamboat Rock

Amish Frontier Series, Book 6. The Yoders move to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in the shadow of World War II. Will the boys be drafted? In all of the uncertainty, they take an inspiration from the Psalms: “The Lord is my … Read More

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The Treasure Hunt

Rebecca Martin. The Yoder family moves to Colorado to take advantage of cheap farmland. Young Joe has studied in history class about the gold rush that occurred some years before, and he seeks to find gold to help the family … Read More

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