6 responses to Links you might like
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    Monica
    Comment on Links you might like (March 15th, 2010 at 15:29)

    I’m humbled! I better get over there and update that- there are so many new books making their ways through Amish communities lately!

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    Beth
    Comment on Links you might like (March 15th, 2010 at 20:58)

    Yay Mennobrarian!! Yep, the Amish books coming out now (especially fiction) are growing and growing. She’s on top of her game though, so we’re in good hands getting the info. OK, onto the other links… Have a good day ~ ☺

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    Rick
    Comment on Links you might like (March 16th, 2010 at 17:41)

    Re: the reading list. I would like to give a huge recommendation to the Buggy Spoke Series by Linda Byler, a PA Amishwoman. It is a 7 book set, close to an autobiography, following a young girl’s growing up years from age 5 to 30 something. Very entertaining and a good, accurate resource for us. They are available from her until May 1st at $35 + $5 shipping in the US, with a limited quantity available. She has 2 other novels dealing with teenaged characters at $8 each + shipping. Email me at englischer@verizon.net for additional info w/ “Amish books” in the subject line.

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    Ruben
    Comment on Links you might like (March 17th, 2010 at 10:07)

    The link to Amish and Politics is correct, but the blog lady is not correct in her statement on Amish and politics. As she acknowledged , she has been out of it for quite some time now.

    I am doing a graduation research on The Amish and Politics, in English. Will be done in a couple of weeks, hopefully Erik can give some attention to it on this blog when it’s published! :-)

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    Comment on Links you might like (March 17th, 2010 at 16:53)

    Monica, let us know when you’ve updated it! On the note of books, I just got some recent Amish book shipments in that I need to post about, looking forward to digging in when I can get a moment.

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    Comment on Amish communities are different (March 17th, 2010 at 16:52)

    Amish communities are different

    On Saloma’s comments, I would just note that she makes the point that she is speaking of her own particular community and her statements seem to be geared towards that community (I actually do not know which one, other than that it’s in Ohio). And with the diversity as you know in Amish society, there is probably a good chance that what applies/applied in her realm may differ in others. So my impression is that she is being specific to that one community, though perhaps it could be read otherwise.

    Ruben, I’d be interested to see your work. It’s an interesting topic.

    Glad to see what you have found out with your research!

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