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Later I found the book and read it start to finish in one sitting.
Nothing is fixed, and there is no right way for them to be." My response: "What would be the worst thing that could happen if you sewed together a nine-patch quilt?
Sue Bender is not an ethnographer, and PLAIN AND SIMPLE is not an ethnography.
great story about looking at the Amish and their pace of life and trying to incorporate these traits into 'regular' life. Great book!Published 26 days ago by Leslie Arnold
This book is one you will keep, treasure, reread, and recommend to friends. It's about finding meaning in the simple everyday activity of life. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. erselius
This is a book I could give to any and all of my friends...the whole book made me feel so good and has been such an inspiration in my life...I highly recommend it!Published 7 months ago by acertainaesthetic
This book was too much about the author's life and ego. There wasn't really a lot of information to satisfy curiousity about the Amish.Published 10 months ago by Katie
I've liked this book for years and given it to friends whenever I find a used copy. Yes, the author is a bit self-obsessed, but she does something about her crisis of heart instead... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Davies
Have read both books. Loved them so much that I purchased them for a friend in N. Ireland. Thanks much.Published 14 months ago by Chris
Over the past two decades I've read a number of books on the Old Order Amish and other plain people such as the Old Order Mennonites, the Hutterites, and the Old German Baptist... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Doug Erlandson
2 stars is pretty generous, in my opinion. This book seemed more like a book about the process she went through writing a book about visiting Amish families. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Tiffani