Cherese Akhavein's review Feb 21, 2019 · edit
it was amazing
Book 4 in the series of An Every Amish Season by Kelly Irvin. “With Winter’s First Frost.”
I really loved this series as it follows the natural life progress of the characters. In this final book Laura Kauffman is in her 70’s and has seen much in her years with the death of her husband many friends and other family members. Now a great great grandmother she knows she is close to the end of her life and at the same time she has much yet to live for. Zechariah Stutzman is a great great grandfather also in his aging years and although he has many little ones running around him to keep him young, his family decided his best place is to be with his family because of his Parkinson’s disease which leave Zechariah feeling useless.
This book is close to my heart because once working with the elderly I saw the desire to be useful, I loved how Kelly Irwin showed how the characters need to feel useful and loved does not change just because the age does. That we must remember to utilize that knowledge of our elderly. To show them the diginity and to remember to keep them busy with what they can do instead of focusing of what they can’t do. I believe Kelly tackeled some tough subjects in this book and showed with just a little extra effort we can have the golden years be the best years. Don’t miss your chance to read this wonderful series.
- Library Binding: 537 pages
- Publisher: Thorndike Pr; Large Print edition (29 May 2019)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1432863029
- ISBN-13: 978-1432863029
- Product Dimensions: 14.5 x 2.8 x 21.8 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 680 g
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