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Publisher's Summary

New York Times and USA Today best-selling Christian novelist Beverly Lewis continues her tradition of Amish stories with the Annie's People series. In the first book, Lewis addresses young Annie Zook's inner conflict between the strong bonds of her family and faith and the allurement of her talent. Her love of drawing has thus far prevented her from choosing a husband, much to her Old Order preacher father's consternation. Annie's feelings grow further convoluted when her longtime pen pal from the outside world, Louisa Stratford, comes to visit and encourages her to cultivate her gift.
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Critic Reviews

  • Audie Award Finalist, Inspirational/Faith-Based Fiction, 2007

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  • Scott
  • McMinnville, OR, USA
  • 12-11-06

-1 for narrator

Great story, probably an awesome read but the narrator was annoying. Somebody should have informed her how to pronounce Zook. It's the same as book, took, look....not zoo. It was distracting and irritating and not the only mispronounciation.

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  • Nivea
  • Ontario, CA, United States
  • 01-30-12

Excellent listen! I couldn't stop listening

What made the experience of listening to The Preacher's Daughter the most enjoyable?

The person reading really made the characters come alive

What other book might you compare The Preacher's Daughter to and why?

The thorn trilogy because they were both dealing with the Amish

Which character – as performed by Stina Nielsen – was your favorite?

Annie

If you could rename The Preacher's Daughter, what would you call it?

Two worlds uniting