Add To Cart
Add To Cart
- Media Type▼▲
- Author / Artist▼▲
- Top Rated▼▲
Vendor: Herald Press
Publication Date: 2007
Emma Stutzman's Amish life was abruptly altered when she learned about her husband's sudden and tragic death. Now a single parent, Emma must figure out how to respond to the pressures of modernization and the pull of mainstream culture. Will she regain her strength as a woman after so much stress and tragedy in her married life? How will she lead her children to faith in the Amish Mennonite church without their father?
Journey into the world of "Emma: A Widow among the Amish" and follow this true-life story of a woman left to raise six young children on her own after her world collapsed. Ervin R. Stutzman, the youngest son of Emma, paints a fictionalized but ultimately true story of his mother's daily struggle to provide for her children and be faithful to God. This intimate portrait is a sequel to "Tobias of the Amish," the true-to-life story of the author's late Amish father.
Connie1 Stars Out Of 5November 12, 2009ConnieT.his was a different kind of book on the Amish I was not really impressed by this book. It was different from the other Amish books I have read and I read all the Amish books I can. It gives you a hard look on the Amish but its not book I would recommend for someone who wants to know about the AMish. I was disappointed by the book.
Lillian Oiler2 Stars Out Of 5October 1, 2008Lillian OilerThis book give you a lot of info about the Amish, but it is not like a Wanda Brunstetter or a Beverly Lewis book. This is more like facts and not like a story.
Charlotte Weaver5 Stars Out Of 5April 14, 2008Charlotte WeaverEmma is a outstanding book about how the Amish help a widow and her children. I hate to put it down to do my housework! It is a book you do not want to put down or hurry and do your work so you can finish it.