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An Amish home : four novellas / Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Ruth Reid, and Kathleen Fuller.

Wiseman, Beth, 1962- Cup half full. (Added Author). Clipston, Amy. Home sweet home. (Added Author). Reid, Ruth, 1963- Flicker of hope. (Added Author). Fuller, Kathleen. Building faith. (Added Author).
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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Series Information

Thorndike Press large print Christian fiction series.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Scott County PL - Lexington FIC WIS (Text) 35830801853754 Large Print Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781410499752
  • ISBN: 1410499758
  • Physical Description: 599 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.
  • Edition: Large print edition.
  • Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Thorndike Press, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2017.

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Includes recipes
Formatted Contents Note:
A cup half full / by Beth Wiseman -- Home sweet home / by Amy Clipston -- Flicker of hope / by Ruth Reid -- Building faith / by Kathleen Fuller.
Summary, etc.:
The concept of "home," whether it be a place or a person, features prominently in this Amish romance anthology. Wiseman (Love Bears All Things) leads off the collection with the powerful "A Cup Half Full," the story of Sarah and Abram, a young Amish couple who must reconstruct their ideas of both a physical and metaphorical home after a buggy accident leaves Sarah without the use of her legs. In "Home Sweet Home," Clipston (The Courtship Basket) follows a young Englisch couple, Chace and Mia, who are given a new place to live by Chace's Amish boss, Isaac, after they and their infant daughter are evicted from their apartment. TIn "A Flicker of Hope," Reid (A Dream of Miracles) introduces Thomas and Noreen, an Amish couple who must find a way to recover after a fire destroys their home and their 15-year marriage. Finally, Fuller (A Love Made New) explores how Faith's nontraditional hobby of woodworking brings her to a deeper understanding of herself and those she loves-including her former fianc?-in "Building Faith." Each story is crafted with an eye toward evoking warmth in readers. Of particular note is Fuller's story which not only beautifully addresses the theme, but also breaks away from the traditional Amish stereotypes for a deeper look into community.
Subject: Amish > Fiction.
Christian fiction, American.
Large type books.

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