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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Amish boy

I tried to get picture to lad with out success.  This is a short true story.  Good but not the best written volume.

I enjoyed it but don't know how many will pick up this volume and recommend it to others.  It is one of those books you would read when nothing else was at hand and only continue it in hopes it will get better. About the Book
An Amish Boy and a Mother’s Prayer takes readers into the heart of Daviess County, Indiana, where Glen Graber was raised. His family was swiftly kicked out of the Old Order Amish church when Glen’s dad bought a rubber-tired tractor. Then Glen’s mother died, and left him with a request: She had been praying for a business that would alleviate the family’s financial hardship, and asked Glen to take responsibility for the family’s future. Despite the pressure, Glen and his family found hope and humor each day as God miraculously answered their mother’s prayer.
More than a biography, this book is about a boy being determined to change his place in the world, and the miraculous reversals of misfortune. It’s about the prayers of a mother, the idiosyncrasies and love of a father, and the strength of a family. It is, in other words, the story of us.
I got this free to review

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