Growing Up in Lancaster County
Rachel Yoder — Always Trouble Somewhere!
Girls ages 8 to 12 love the Rachel Yoder—Always Trouble Somewhere series. . .and now four stories from the popular collection are available under one cover. Each story, written by bestselling author of Amish fiction Wanda E. Brunstetter, promises entertaining adventure kids will love and some great life lessons along the way. Whether Rachel is overflowing kitchen sinks, chasing ornery roosters, or taking a ride in a blue convertible, girls will encounter a lovable character who finds trouble nipping at her bare-footed heels at every turn.
A Happy Heart
Welcome back to Lancaster County, and join lovable and outrageously rambunctious eleven-year-old Rachel Yoder, as she learns an important lesson about happiness. Join eleven-year-old Rachel on her next adventure, as she experiences a case of the grumpies when things don't go her way and she eventually learns an important lesson about happiness.
Just Plain Foolishness
Join lovable and outrageously rambunctious eleven-year-old Rachel Yoder, as she learns an important lesson about contentment. Rachel Yoder embarks on a topsy-turvy adventure, as she experiences feelings of jealousy and discontent with the arrival of a new baby sister and longings for things she doesn't have. . .'ventually learning that she's still special and that "things" don't bring real happiness.
Jumping to Conclusions
Join Rachel as she encounters trouble at every turn with her Amish friends and family when she spreads unintentional rumors as a result of her eavesdropping. From a little misunderstanding about Cousin Mary moving back to town. . .to a much bigger and out-of-control rumor about her brother Jacob's health, things go from bad to worse for Rachel. Will she ever learn that assumptions often have hurtful consequences?
Rachel's not enjoying her school year - there are so many other things she'd rather be doing than schoolwork! As she shirks her responsibilities, Rachel encounters everything from cows escaping the pasture to an overflowing sink, dirty sheets, and rotten eggs. Rachel wants to be all grown up, but she's having a hard time accepting the responsibility that goes with it. Will she ever learn the value of growing up into a dependable adult?