I recently read A New Home for Lily, the second book from the Adventures of Lily Lapp series by Suzanne Woods Fisher. This was a cute book that is perfect to be read to a younger child. Lily moves from New York to Pennsylvania, and this causes changes in her life. The book shows that moving for an Amish child is similar to what an “English” child goes through when they move. Lily has to deal with new friends, a new school, and even a new home. As she moves to PA, she also starts to take on more responsibilities in the home which prove to be interesting to read about.
I thought this book was the perfect book for a child in the 9-12 age range, and I cannot wait to share it with my younger cousins who will love to learn more about Amish culture.
Available February 2013 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
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