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  1. Jalynn Patterson Jalynn Patterson says:

    About the Book The year 1894 brings hard times to the Yoders When Father reads that free land is available in faraway North Dakota, the family packs up, says goodbye to family and friends, and boards the train for what they believe will be a better life out West As soon as they step from the train onto the windswept prairie, however, they realize they have much to learn about homesteading.They hurry to build their thatched roof, sod house even as they plant a garden and till the fields With e About the Book The year 1894 brings hard times to the Yoders When Father reads that free land is available in faraway North Dakota, the family packs up, says goodbye to family and friends, and boards the train for what they believe will be a better life out West As soon as they step from the train onto the windswept prairie, however, they realize they have much to learn about homesteading.They hurry to build their thatched roof, sod house even as they plant a garden and till the fields With each new experience including the wildfire and long cold winter they learn to trust God, embrace the pioneer spirit, and watch hardship turn into valuable life lessons.Based on actual events from a time long ago, this unforgettable story from The Amish Frontier Series, perfect for ages 8 to 12, brings to life the Yoder family s move from a close knit community to a pioneer life where they quickly discover how God is faithful to help in every situation.My Review Amish living in the great west of the 1800 s, where the living is hard and arduous but being surrounded by family can get you through anything The Yoder family know this all to well as they embark on a journey without extended family close by and move across country from Indiana to North Dakota They learn all to quickly that life is to be difficult and they will have to start from scratch and they have to move quickly if they are to get everything accomplished in time Pioneer spirit isthan just freewill living and independence it is about trusting God with all that you have good or bad and digging your heels in deep when times get tough True grit and determination is what sees the Yoder family through but their faith will be tested through these things Will God see them through when they need it the most Disclosure This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Harvest House


  2. Tien Tien says:

    I have a thing for covers, definitely I saw this and thought that it could be a cute read and somewhat wholesome It turns out to be very wholesome, not so very cute cute ending but that was it , and I m sorry to say, rather boring.The Yoders are Amish though they were not specifically referred to as Amish in the book I expected my Aussie Chinese kids would have lots of questions but because Amish was not mentioned, it feltlike a Christian historical fiction and all was as it should b I have a thing for covers, definitely I saw this and thought that it could be a cute read and somewhat wholesome It turns out to be very wholesome, not so very cute cute ending but that was it , and I m sorry to say, rather boring.The Yoders are Amish though they were not specifically referred to as Amish in the book I expected my Aussie Chinese kids would have lots of questions but because Amish was not mentioned, it feltlike a Christian historical fiction and all was as it should be in the late 1800s Instead, there werequestions of depression, poverty, and money.Unable to pay rent on their not so successful farm, the Yoders decided to take up the government s offer of land in North Dakota The story revolves on their decision, journey, and settling in a new farm Each chapter can mostly stand on their own like an interconnected short story collection The language was easy, sentences short, and plot is practically non existent The parents were kind and godly The children were mature for their ages in comparison to children of today but still were children and had to work through some issues as children do My boys didn t particularly enjoy this book and neither did I These are very much moral stories with the moral and Christian values being very obvious and completely spelt out I understand it goes with them being Amish but it felt too too much The only good I found was that Christian values expounded to be quite sound


  3. Victoria Victoria says:

    This was a story about an Amish family during the time when white families were given First Nation People s land of the Dakotas in the late 1800s This story focuses on the Yoders moving to North Dakota to live in a sod house for a while since they had barely any money and wanted to have a place of their own, since they had been renting The account definitely seems likely of what people went through It is a children s chapter book that I read to my sons We all pretty much agreed about the boo This was a story about an Amish family during the time when white families were given First Nation People s land of the Dakotas in the late 1800s This story focuses on the Yoders moving to North Dakota to live in a sod house for a while since they had barely any money and wanted to have a place of their own, since they had been renting The account definitely seems likely of what people went through It is a children s chapter book that I read to my sons We all pretty much agreed about the book and weren t that impressed by it, but it was not bad


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Blossoms on the Roof ➵ [Reading] ➷ Blossoms on the Roof By Rebecca Martin ➪ – Polishdarling.co.uk The year brings hard times to the Yoders When Father reads that free land is available in faraway North Dakota, the family packs up, says goodbye to family and friends, and boards the train for what The yearbrings hard times to the Yoders When Father reads that free land Blossoms on PDF/EPUB or is available in faraway North Dakota, the family packs up, says goodbye to family and friends, and boards the train for what they believe will be a better life out West As soon as they step from the train onto the windswept prairie, however, they realize they have much to learn about homesteadingThey hurry to build their thatched roof, sod house even as they plant a garden and till the fields With each new experience including the wildfire and long cold winter they learn to trust God, embrace the pioneer spirit, and watch hardship turn into valuable life lessonsBased on actual events from a time long ago, this unforgettable story from The Amish Frontier Series, perfect for agesto , brings to life the Yoder family s move from a close knit community to a pioneer life where they quickly discover how God is faithful to help in every situation.


10 thoughts on “Blossoms on the Roof

  1. Jalynn Patterson Jalynn Patterson says:

    About the Book The year 1894 brings hard times to the Yoders When Father reads that free land is available in faraway North Dakota, the family packs up, says goodbye to family and friends, and boards the train for what they believe will be a better life out West As soon as they step from the train onto the windswept prairie, however, they realize they have much to learn about homesteading.They hurry to build their thatched roof, sod house even as they plant a garden and till the fields With e About the Book The year 1894 brings hard times to the Yoders When Father reads that free land is available in faraway North Dakota, the family packs up, says goodbye to family and friends, and boards the train for what they believe will be a better life out West As soon as they step from the train onto the windswept prairie, however, they realize they have much to learn about homesteading.They hurry to build their thatched roof, sod house even as they plant a garden and till the fields With each new experience including the wildfire and long cold winter they learn to trust God, embrace the pioneer spirit, and watch hardship turn into valuable life lessons.Based on actual events from a time long ago, this unforgettable story from The Amish Frontier Series, perfect for ages 8 to 12, brings to life the Yoder family s move from a close knit community to a pioneer life where they quickly discover how God is faithful to help in every situation.My Review Amish living in the great west of the 1800 s, where the living is hard and arduous but being surrounded by family can get you through anything The Yoder family know this all to well as they embark on a journey without extended family close by and move across country from Indiana to North Dakota They learn all to quickly that life is to be difficult and they will have to start from scratch and they have to move quickly if they are to get everything accomplished in time Pioneer spirit isthan just freewill living and independence it is about trusting God with all that you have good or bad and digging your heels in deep when times get tough True grit and determination is what sees the Yoder family through but their faith will be tested through these things Will God see them through when they need it the most Disclosure This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Harvest House


  2. Tien Tien says:

    I have a thing for covers, definitely I saw this and thought that it could be a cute read and somewhat wholesome It turns out to be very wholesome, not so very cute cute ending but that was it , and I m sorry to say, rather boring.The Yoders are Amish though they were not specifically referred to as Amish in the book I expected my Aussie Chinese kids would have lots of questions but because Amish was not mentioned, it feltlike a Christian historical fiction and all was as it should b I have a thing for covers, definitely I saw this and thought that it could be a cute read and somewhat wholesome It turns out to be very wholesome, not so very cute cute ending but that was it , and I m sorry to say, rather boring.The Yoders are Amish though they were not specifically referred to as Amish in the book I expected my Aussie Chinese kids would have lots of questions but because Amish was not mentioned, it feltlike a Christian historical fiction and all was as it should be in the late 1800s Instead, there werequestions of depression, poverty, and money.Unable to pay rent on their not so successful farm, the Yoders decided to take up the government s offer of land in North Dakota The story revolves on their decision, journey, and settling in a new farm Each chapter can mostly stand on their own like an interconnected short story collection The language was easy, sentences short, and plot is practically non existent The parents were kind and godly The children were mature for their ages in comparison to children of today but still were children and had to work through some issues as children do My boys didn t particularly enjoy this book and neither did I These are very much moral stories with the moral and Christian values being very obvious and completely spelt out I understand it goes with them being Amish but it felt too too much The only good I found was that Christian values expounded to be quite sound


  3. Victoria Victoria says:

    This was a story about an Amish family during the time when white families were given First Nation People s land of the Dakotas in the late 1800s This story focuses on the Yoders moving to North Dakota to live in a sod house for a while since they had barely any money and wanted to have a place of their own, since they had been renting The account definitely seems likely of what people went through It is a children s chapter book that I read to my sons We all pretty much agreed about the boo This was a story about an Amish family during the time when white families were given First Nation People s land of the Dakotas in the late 1800s This story focuses on the Yoders moving to North Dakota to live in a sod house for a while since they had barely any money and wanted to have a place of their own, since they had been renting The account definitely seems likely of what people went through It is a children s chapter book that I read to my sons We all pretty much agreed about the book and weren t that impressed by it, but it was not bad


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