Amish Books from Other Publishers

Here are more Amish books from various publishers other than Pathway:


This book answers the most common questions people ask about Amish and Mennonites, such as "How long have they been around?," "Why do they dress differently," and "Can others join them?"
Paper. 96 pp.


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What better way to have children enter another world than through food? Amish Cooking for Kids offers delicious and basic recipes, clearly outlined in easy-to-follow steps. Each recipe is tied to a particular event or occasion in Amish life -- “Wedding Food,” “The School Picnic,” “Sunday Lunch,” “In the Fields,” “Lunch Pail Meals,” “Family Reunions,” and more. Includes basic information about cooking and these particular people, through stories and delicate watercolors.
96 pp. Paper. 7 X 9 inches



If the “plain people” of North America are to be understood in terms of their own concerns, we must consider sympathetically their own expressions and the biblical cadences they echo.

Having maintained, with the tolerance of their society, a simple life as “the quiet in the land,” these folk still prize such passé virtues as modesty, humility, and obedience to God’s will, as interpreted by a disciplined community of faith.

94 pp. Paper.
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Reuben is an Amish boy who has five sisters, wants to drive the buggy, and gives his animals names ending in ‘shine.” One day he and his friends Sam and Ben see his neighbor’s barn on fire. Several days later the neighborhood gathers for a barnraising.

26 pp. Paper.