Seasons of Tomorrow by Cindy Woodsmall from the Amish Vines and Orchard series is an easy, uplifting book. I love to read books about the Amish- both to learn a little about their culture and to be inspired by some of the simple traditions that they incorporate into their daily lives. This book was the fourth in the series and I was a bit worried that I wouldn't be able to dive into the story. The author greatly eased this transition by providing summaries of the previous three books in the introduction. It made it much easier to understand who the characters were and what they had previously experienced.
as an easy, summertime read. The struggles of the main character to fit into her life among the Amish as well as her complicated relationships with those around her were the central threads of the story. It was also fun to learn some details of tending orchards on a commercial-scale using Amish methods. I will be seeking out more books by Ms. Woodsmall to add to the “beach reading” pile for this summer. (If only there was a quiet beach to accompany the book pile!)
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