Joanna's Struggle

Joanna s Struggle Joanna Fisher is a typical Amish girl She attends a one room schoolhouse with her siblings in Paradise Pennsylvania She loves riding her horse chorin with her family and spending time with her best

  • Title: Joanna's Struggle
  • Author: J.E.B. Spredemann
  • ISBN: 9781310494130
  • Page: 381
  • Format: ebook
  • Joanna Fisher is a typical Amish girl She attends a one room schoolhouse with her siblings in Paradise, Pennsylvania She loves riding her horse, chorin with her family, and spending time with her best friend, Chloe But when something unexpected happens at a nearby mud sale, Joanna finds her perfect world turned upside down Could one event change Joanna s life forever Joanna Fisher is a typical Amish girl She attends a one room schoolhouse with her siblings in Paradise, Pennsylvania She loves riding her horse, chorin with her family, and spending time with her best friend, Chloe But when something unexpected happens at a nearby mud sale, Joanna finds her perfect world turned upside down Could one event change Joanna s life forever Christian Teen Fiction
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    • Beverly Lytle says:

      This book is classified as Young Adult Christian (Amish) Fiction, but would easily be enjoyed by adults as well. It is a quick easy read that will keep you turning the pages as the story unfolds. The author begins each chapter with a scripture that becomes the theme of that chapter, which makes it ideal for teaching the relevance of scripture in our everyday lives. I especially like the way the truth of scripture is used within the story to stress that salvation is a gift through God’s grace a [...]

    • Rhonda Gayle says:

      In today's world, with teen role models growing scarce, J. E. B. Spredemann has written an endearing tale of teenage girls who struggle with life among the Amish and Englisch world. Joanna finds forgiveness in the first book in the Amish Girls Series. I would highly recommend this book to teens and adults alike. A local Mennonite woman leads Joanna and her family on a new and glorious past and readers will delight in finding the same path for themselves. I was given a copy of this book by the au [...]

    • Loren says:

      I thought this book was good and I liked the story line however I feel like it could have gone on more. It left so many unknowns! It was still good I just was shocked when I came to the page saying "the end."

    • Jackie says:

      (Edited to add a star. When I realized this was classified as young adult literature, I thought it needed an extra star). While the storyline had potential, I just found all the characters incredibly flat and uninteresting. The "struggles" in Joanna's life were all resolved way too easily.

    • Pauline Burns says:

      StruggleStarted out really well, but the ending totally stumped me. I felt like there could have been more to the story but overall pretty decent book.

    • Lora Dietrich says:

      AmishIt was a OK book I don't think I should have to do a review to read my next book !,,,,,,,,,

    • Naomi Campbell says:

      I just discovered this author and so when I found out she had an Amish Girls series, I thought I would read them to see if they might be something our 12-year-old daughter might enjoy. Yes, she might! I got a book that has the first four books in it, so it looks thick, but book one, Joanna's Struggle, was only about 110 pages and it was jam-packed full of action. Again, I love how the author weaves the Truth of salvation in Jesus throughout her stories. Once again, no time wasted. She's definite [...]

    • Chanover55 says:

      Short read but a story of salvation. Interested on the other books in the series.

    • Tina says:

      It was a Saturday morning In Paradise, Pennsylvania. Spring was in the air when a young Amish girl Joanna Fisher was getting ready with her family to head off to the first mud sale of the season. The whole family was excited for this day to come especially Joanna, as she was looking forward to spending the day with her best friend Chloe Esh.Shortly upon their arrival at the mud sale Joanna and Chloe met up, they were both anxious to start their day looking at the quilts and having a good time, e [...]

    • Lindsey (Books for Christian Girls) says:

      About this book: “Joanna Fisher is a typical Amish girl. She attends a one-room schoolhouse with her siblings in Paradise, Pennsylvania. She loves riding her horse, chorin' with her family, and spending time with her best friend, Chloe. But when something unexpected happens at a nearby mud sale, Joanna finds her perfect world turned upside down. Could one event change Joanna's life forever?”Series: The first book in “Amish Girls” series. {I’ll be reviewing the next three this week! :) [...]

    • Elizabeth says:

      Joanna’s Struggle ( Amish Girls series book 1 )by: J.E.B. SpredemannThis is the first book in the Amish Girls series and I really enjoyed it very much. At times I caught myself saying NO, NO, and sitting on the edge of my seat. Seem like I could not read fast enough to see what was going to happen next. The life of a young girl changes after the Mud Sale in Paradise Pennsylvania. I felt sorry for her and the struggle she was going through. There is a little bit of mystery and love weaved into [...]

    • Diana Montgomery says:

      Joanna's Struggle (Amish Girls Series - Book 1)By: J.E.B. SpredemannThis is book 1 in the Amish Girl Series. I really enjoyed it. All the characters are all well written. Joanna a Amish girl who lives in Paradise, Pennsylvania. Seems like a happy girl loves riding her horse and being family and her friend Chloe. Everything seems to be going well till the day of the mud sale. Something happens to Joanna that changes her whole outlook on life. Can Joanna learn to forgive? Can she over come her fea [...]

    • Joyce Sowell says:

      Forgiveness I gave this book Five stars because of it's content. Things happen in everyday circumstances that we have no control over. We keep oil inside and don't understand. This book helps give this peace.I would give this book to someone who is going thru a trial or circumstance that need help in understanding it.

    • Shari Howe says:

      Another sweet story in the Amish Girls Series. While this book is part of a series, it is a delightful book that stands alone. As always, author J.E.B. Spredeman has created a story that leaves the reader with a gentle, peaceful feeling. The book is listed as a young adult/teen fiction book, but I thoroughly enjoyed it and couldn’t put it down. I enjoy Amish fiction and J.E.B. Spredemann is a master at creating stories that depict the Amish life and their faith. I would recommend this book to [...]

    • Barbara Thompson says:

      Joanna's Struggle by Author J.E.B. Spredemann is Book One in the Amish Girls series and it's a great book. I enjoyed reading this book and became so involved in the book, I had to keep turning the pages to see what would happen next. Even though Joanna's Struggle is a fiction book, I love how the author brings out wonderful messages we can use for our lives. This book is written for teenage girls/young adults and I highly recommend and believe they will enjoy reading this book, but I feel adults [...]

    • Tina Watson says:

      What a cute short story that gets the message across!Are you struggle with an event in you life that seems to have a hold on you and your soul cant seem to let it go?? Then this book is for you to read. Joanna's Struggle is just that Joanna struggle with something that happened to her and now she is having nightmares about it. It was God that helped her through to get out of the struggle the day the event took place but her soul is still holding on to it. Read this book to find out what happened [...]

    • Tammy Bernadt says:

      The books starts off good. I like that in a book I get. In the one chapter gave me a scareand I was a little scared to read on. I read on and like how it turned out. Then the accidentmade me feel so sad. I like how the book gives me so many feelings lol. I am notgood on writing reviews. J.E.B Spredemann another great book I read of yours.

    • Dana Probert says:

      I picked up this book for my daughter when she asked to learn more about the Amish. It's ok- written for tweens with a heavy Christian agenda. I can't figure out if the author is trying to belittle the Amish way of life a bit with the questioning of salvation.

    • PennyBenoit says:

      I was disappointed to get to the end of this book. The writing was clear and concise and the story was interesting. I was fully engaged. I would have loved to read more about several of the other characters and found myself wishing that the book would just go on and on.

    • Robin says:

      I found this to be an excellent story. Poor Joanna, having to try and deal with what happened to her. I liked reading how her community supported her. Even though this is a girl's book, I totally enjoyed it. I received a copy in exchange for an honest review. Highly recommend this to all ages.

    • Sarah says:

      A short Amish read about 11 year old, JoAnna. Not your typical Amish story. Something happens to JoAnna. The strength of the Amish community and the grace that is shown is outstanding.

    • Linda Heidelberg says:

      Great BookI really enjoyed reading this book it was very uplifting and how you can begin to forgive if God can forgive you you can forgive others it was a great read.

    • Pat Christie says:

      EbookAn Amish story about faith, fear, forgiving and family. A young girl is abducted but a friend saves her. That friend then becomes important in the young girls life.

    • Linda Emery says:

      Ended too suddenEnded too sudden it just leaves u hanging. Would like to know what happens to other people in the book

    • Lynda says:

      Wished it was a full bookGood story but the resolution while satisfactory felt sudden. No. Just WAS sudden. I would have loved for it to have developed.

    • Sadie Mazzola says:

      Sweet!A girl is traumatized by an attempted kidnapping. She finds peace in her friends and family. Most of all in god.

    • Deepika says:

      Nice book

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