An Amish Cradle

  • by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipston, Kathleen Fuller, Vannetta Chapman
  • Narrated by Rebecca Gallagher
  • 11 hrs and 3 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Tiny fingers, tiny toes...and lives that will never be the same. Journey with four families whose lives are about to change forever.
"In His Father's Arms" by Beth Wiseman: Ruth Anne Zook is excited that she and her best friend are due with their children the same week. But when Ruth Anne's baby is born with Down syndrome, she and her husband struggle to understand God's plan.
"A Son for Always" by Amy Clipston: Carolyn and her husband, Joshua, are thrilled to be pregnant with their first child. A teenager when she had her son, Benjamin, Carolyn still feels obligated to work to secure Ben's future even though Josh adopted him. She struggles to realize that Josh will love and protect both of their children equally.
"A Heart Full of Love" by Kathleen Fuller: Ellie's mother loves to meddle in her personal life--especially now that Ellie's pregnant. Since Ellie is blind, her mother worries she won't be able to handle the baby. When Ellie gives birth to twins, her mother insists on moving in. Just as everyone reaches the breaking point, a miracle draws them closer to each other and to God.
"An Unexpected Blessing" by Vannetta Chapman: At 42 Etta thought her time of having children was over, but she's pregnant again. She goes into labor during a blizzard, and complications with the delivery raise fear. Etta struggles to accept God's will for the baby and her son, David, who moved away two years earlier in search of what he would do with his life.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Like a book of lullabies

I enjoyed this collection of short stories centered on a growing family ! It is great to see that whether Amish or English we all strive for the same goal--that of the Lord being the center and glorified in our families and homes ! God bless all who brought this book to life! 🍼
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- Amy Thomas Sanchez "Gulivera"

Okay, but a bit melodramatic

I like the gentleness of Amish books when I need to step back from a busy life. But I found these somewhat silly. There was compassion for the situations, but the stories did not ring as true as many others I have read. Many might like these, and they are worth a try. I found the push toward modern bottle feeding, and some other things did not ring true. I think the authors put too much of themselves and not quite enough of the culture in these stories.
The narrator was not bad, but I've liked others better. She has a warm voice so I think it's more apersonal choice.
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- Kathy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-10-2015
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio