The Little Red Hen Who Couldn’t Lay An Egg

Written by Darcy Friesen and illustrated by Jessica Wohlgemuth. Lucy is a happy little red hen, until the day her trouble begins. Her friend Henrietta helps her find happiness in the small things, and one day Lucy has a wonderful … Read More

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Come to the Table

A collection of a variety of different recipes from the Crooked Creek, Alberta congregation. 550 recipes; 296 pages; coil-bound.

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Renew Their Strength

Thirty-nine songs published by Becky Peaster. Most of these songs are written by Becky, several by Merilee Fast and a couple other selections. Paperback.

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Anxious

Amy Simpson. Are you a worrier? Worry causes us to lose sleep, to lose our appetite, or to be restless and yet paralyzed at the same time. What does God say about worry? There is appropriate fear and clinical anxiety. … Read More

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Wonders in the Sea

Part of the “Nature Discoveries with Uncle Mike” series, this book of colorful photos and clear text will introduce school age children to some amazing creatures of the sea. How strange some look! How do they get their food? Young … Read More

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The Wolf King

Joseph Lippincott. High in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, a lively black wolf pup was born. Early in life he had close encounters with man but miraculously escaped. He grew into a mighty 200 pound leader of a pack, and … Read More

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In My Father’s House

Darletta Martin. This story, based on a real life experience, tells about a boy raised in an orphanage. He had such a longing to connect with his father. As he got older, he became aquainted with his Heavenly Father, and … Read More

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By the Fields of Fish Creek

In this sequel to “You’re Too Small, Little Eli,” this book tells about the Yoder family’s move to eastern Kansas and the years they lived there. Eli milks Hipbones every day and helps Dad rake hay. But there is also … 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 … Read More

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