Chasing the Amish Dream: My Life as a Young Amish Bachelor

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Price
$12.99  $12.08
Publisher
Herald Press (VA)
Publish Date
Pages
192
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.4 X 0.6 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780836199079

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About the Author
Loren Beachy is an Old Order Amish auctioneer and elementary schoolteacher. Born in central Ohio, Beachy became a Hoosier at eight years of age when his family moved to northern Indiana. After attending Reppert Auction School, he attained his dream of being an auctioneer at age eighteen. A columnist for the Goshen News, Beachy resides with his parents and eight siblings in Goshen, Indiana, where he teaches school and conducts auctions. He is a happy member of the Old Order Amish church and enjoys fast horses, strong coffee, and hot peppers.
Reviews

"These firsthand accounts of Amish life by Loren Beachy should not be missed! Anyone with an interest in the Amish or in humor will love this unusual rendering by a young and very spirited Amish man. I'm buying my hubby a copy!"

--Cindy Woodsmall "Reviews"

"For years I have harbored a secret desire to join the Amish. Now I can chase my Amish dream through this wonderful book by Loren Beachy. This treasure of a book has taken me into their homes, and them into my heart. What a jewel of a story."

--Philip Gulley "Reviews"

"Loren Beachy is such a charmer! Reading through these delightful stories of life as an Amish bachelor, I felt like I was with Loren at an old-fashioned box social, a farm auction, and all the places and spaces he occupies in his plain community. Jump in the buggy with Loren Beachy and you'll take to this book like a rabbit to a carrot patch."

--Lorilee Craker "Reviews"

"Beachy's witty and charming stories capture the joy and delight of Amish life."

--Donald B. Kraybill "Reviews"