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Hard times face the Yoder family in the spring of 1894. When Father reads that free land is available in distant 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. But the family soon realizes that they have much to learn about homesteading life out on the prairie and they must race to build a house, till the fields and plant their gardens. Though through every experience---good or bad---the family learns to trust God and embrace the pioneer spirit, turning hardship into valuable life lessons.
|Title: Blossoms on the Roof|
By: Rebecca Martin
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.25 (inches)
|Weight: 7 ounces|
Series: Amish Frontier
Stock No: WW963671
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 experienceincluding the wildfire and long cold winterthey 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.