Bonnie's idyllic life on the farm is threatened when her mother announces she wants to move. Trusting God will not allow this to happen, Bonnie goes merrily on her way. Then, without warning, the owner of the farm asks her family to leave Shocked and angry, Bonnie becomes bitter toward God. How could He possibly answer "no" to her fervent, believing prayers?"Little Farm" books illustrate the joys and trials of growing up on a farm during the 1950s while presenting Christian values in an uplifting and entertaining format. As the heartwarming story unfolds in this eight-book series, Bonnie continues to grow in her knowledge of God. (Book VII will be more fully enjoyed if Books I through VI are read first.)Book I - "A Little Family Moves In"Book II - "Trouble, Mischief, and Adventure"Book III - "The Fire"Book IV - "Fluffy"Book V - "Stealing from God"Book VI - "The Hurricane""Every child should have the chance to live on a farm," asserts Bonnie Siegrist. "It's magical." She spent her own childhood on a farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. When her granddaughter asked her to write down her memories, after a visit to the old farm, she knew God was calling her to put her stories into print.She and her husband, Ken, reside in St. Petersburg, Florida, near their son and daughter and seven grandchildren. Bonnie divides her time between writing the Little Farm series and speaking on her favorite topics: parenting, grandparenting, and writing. She and her husband visit schools, presenting Christian values while entertaining with puppets and skits.Before its publication, her first book in the Little Farm series won the Florida Writers Association's "Best Unpublished Children's Book Award." Xulon Press awarded her the 2004 Best New Christian Author Award.