Rachel Yoder--Always Trouble Somewhere!
Join Rachel Yoder on a series of adventures with this story collection written by bestselling author of Amish fiction Wanda E. Brunstetter. Four stories under one cover will provide you with unlimited entertainment and laughs along the way as you accompany Rachel to church (along with some unwelcome frogs!), encounter trouble with the name “O-R-L-I-E” (and a face full of freckles), and even sled into an icy-cold creek (brrr!).
"Always trouble somewhere" is what 10 year old Rachel Yoder's parents say - and they're right, too. Like any young girl, Rachel loves animals, fights with her siblings and doesn't always listen to her parents. Trouble seems to follow her where-ever she goes, even to church! Rachel's adventures are sure to have young readers entranced and laughing at her antics.
I found this four book compedium to be utterly charming, and I was pleased to find a glossary of terms that enable young readers (and their parents) to know and understand what many of the German terms are that Brunstetter has scattered through the stories.
Wanda E. Brunstetter is one of the premier authors of Amish fiction, and readers young and old will appreciate the charm and simplicity of her work.
Suitable for Ages 8 to 12 (younger children may enjoy having the books read to them)
Publication Date: 1 June 2011
Publishers: Barbour Publishing, Inc.
Note: I received a pre-release copy of this book free from the publisher via netGalley for the purposes of review. I am not required to give a positive review, just an honest one. The opinions expressed are my own.