Surprise for Lily, A (The Adventures of Lily Lapp Book #4)

Surprise for Lily, A (The Adventures of Lily Lapp Book #4) Change Is Brewing For Lily Lapp Her Favorite Cousin, Hannah, Moves Away And Harvey Hershberger, A Boy With A Talent For Trouble, Moves Right In Harvey S Antics Stir Up The Entire Schoolhouse, And His Fondness For Lily Gets Under Aaron Yoder S Skin Add In A Mischievous Dog Rescued By Lily S Brother, An Old Shawnee Indian And A Mother Bear, And A Secret Lily S Mother Is Keeping, And You Ve Got A Recipe For Laughter, Love, And Big Surprises.Girls Ages 8 To 12 Will Love Navigating The Changes In Lily S World With Her In This Final Book In The Sweetly Simple Adventures Of Lily Lapp Series.

Mary Ann Kinsinger was raised Old Order Amish in Somerset County, Pennsylvania She met and married her husband, whom she knew from school days and started a family After they chose to leave the Amish church, Mary Ann began a blog, A Joyful Chaos, as a way to capture her warm memories of her childhood for her own children From the start, this blog found a ready audience and even captured the att

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  • 273 pages
  • Surprise for Lily, A (The Adventures of Lily Lapp Book #4)
  • Mary Ann Kinsinger
  • English
  • 20 July 2018

10 thoughts on “Surprise for Lily, A (The Adventures of Lily Lapp Book #4)

  1. says:

    First sentence All morning, Lily hurried to pull weeds in the garden.A Surprise for Lily is the fourth and final book in the series by Mary Ann Kinsinger and Suzanne Woods Fisher I knew going into it that it was the last but it was still sad to come to the end.Lily Lapp has matured so much since the first book Now she s in fifth grade and experiencing the highs and lows of growing up She s still struggling with a few of her classmates but she s doing it with a certain amount of grace and dignity Most of the time.It is just a treat to spend time with the whole Lapp Miller family I love them all I even love to hate a few of the characters Think Nellie Oleson I think it would be awesome if the authors decided to write a young adult or even adult series starring an older Lily Just enough time has passed in the real world for Lily t...

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    As many of you know I absolutely Love Amish books This book was all centered around this young girls life To say Change is brewing is like saying you are putting on some mild coffee Just let me say WOW Lily Lapp is a character that you just fall in love with but To read of my review

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    Thursday, September 12, 2013A Surprise for Lily Book 4, The Adventures of Lily Lapp, by Mary Ann Kinsinger and Suzanne Woods Fisher, 2013Lily Lapp, now in fifth grade and growing up fast, faces many changes including old friends leaving and new ones coming, the election of a new bishop, and a wedding Includes facts about the Amish faith and way of life.Ages 8 to 12, will enjoy reading the further adventures of Lily Lapp in A Surprise for Lily But no matter the age, you are going to love these little chapter books in the series Fun In Book 4, there are 29 chapters and Questions about the Amish which is very interesting too It reminds me of the Little House books that talk about how they live and interact within the family and those nearby The illustrations are the best It is a warm August day Lily has finished pulling weeds in the garden and is on her way to her cousin Hannah s The girls help can peaches and are excited about having a fun afternoon together.They didn t tell anyone where they were goingor what they were ...

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    In the first three books in the series The Adventures of Lily Lapp, we ve seen young Lily experience many life events daily struggles, happiness of being a little girl growing up in a happy home, sadness at inevitable life events, good friends and bad friends, good adults and adults that behave poorly And in A Surprise for Lily, book four, as a fifth grader she experiences of the same and then new choices and events come her way, too.The book starts out with Lily and best friend Hannah getting in a rowboat and pushing off into the middle of the pond Well, that ends up poorly But it is a lesson learned just as many lessons are learned by Lily each day.They discover a lost puppy and give him a home The Amish tend to care much for animals and are certain that their needs are met Little Dozer, the puppy, brings joy to the children in the Lapp household.As Lily continues to endure the poor attitude and actions another little girl in the community, Effie, she learns valuable lessons in right and wrong behavior She also learns from one of the boys who continues to be the bane of her existence, Aaron Yoder She learns he is not all bad and he has some pretty good traits.I have lots of grand children, and I have grand daughters, a 9 year old and a 7 year old, that wait excitedly for each new Lily Lapp book to come out I know book four will not disappoint them ...

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    The delightful sage of an eleven year old Amish girl continues in A SURPRISE FOR LILY, the fourth installment in the Adventures of Lily Lapp Series by authors Suzanne Woods Fisher and Mary Ann Kinsinger.While Lily wants things to stay just as they are, life has a way of changing no matter what This time around she s faced with a new school teacher, her cousin and best friend moving away, triumphs and tragedies in her family, and changes in her schoolmates In addition, the family learns you can t always trust what another promises but lessons can be learned from it.Lily faces each new challenge with the love and faith of her family She comes to realize people can change and a crazy mutt of a dog can be a hero Lily biggest surprise comes with a new addition or two to her family she never expected.A SURPRISE FOR LILY is an enchanting story that teaches youngsters the way of the Amish showing the similarities and differences The story is a quick read that flows smoothly and is told from Lily s point of view In addition, the authors have included a short section answering questions about the Amish that will help explain some of the activities in the story.The book is geared toward youngsters ages 8 to 12, but can be enjoyed by all ages Older youngsters can read the adventures on their own, while the book is divided into chapters that make for easy bedtime reading to younger children In addition, there are several beautiful p...

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    A Surprise for LilyThe Adventures of Lily Lapp 4By Mary Ann Kinsingerand Suzanne Woods FisherLife keeps changing as Lily constantly discovers and through it all she learns some valuable lessons There are adventures with a new puppy and a new teacher But there are also some losses that Lily has to deal with Grandpa Lapp dies, Cousin Hannah moves away, and a friend has a house fire But Teacher Judith isn t like Teacher Rhoda and Lily is lucky to have Mama help her with her English lessons When Mama, Papa, Dannie, and Paul go to a wedding a case of chicken pox sends Lily and Joseph to Grandma and Grandpa Miller s for several weeks And Lily has cooking dis as tahs.When Cousin Hannah moves away a new family moves into their home the Hershbergers and they have a son a year older than Lily and Harvey may be worse than Aaron Yoder And Teacher Judith doesn t do anything to make Harvey behave But changes are coming when Mama starts teaching English a couple of days a week And an even bigger change is coming, a surprise that Lily never expected.Lily and the Lapp family are like old friends that you ll be glad to revisit in this fourth installment in the Adventures of Lily Lapp As Lily grows up her family keeps growing and Lily learns to deal with the changes A Surprise for Lily just like the entire Lily Lapp series is perfect book for family reading time Start a ...

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    A SURPRISE FOR LILY by Mary Ann Kinsinger and Suzanne Woods Fisher is an interesting Young Readers Amish ages 8 12 years of age Set in the Amish country of Pennsylvania 4 in The Adventures of Lily Lapp , but can be read as a stand alone Although, I would suggest reading the other three in the series See, Life with Lily , A New Home for Lily , and A Big Year for Lily A simple look at the Amish life through the eyes of eleven year old Lily Lapp and her friends Lily s surprise is very heartwarming This has been an exciting adventure for not just the characters but for readers also The team of Mary Ann Kinsinger and Suzanne Woods Fisher is superb They are both talented The characters are enduring and their storyline intriguing Rather you are young or old you will not be disappointed in the Adve...

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    Title A SURPRISE FOR LILYAuthors Mary Ann Kinsinger and Suzanne Woods FisherPublisher RevellSeptember 2013ISBN 978 0 8007 2135 0Genre Young adult AmishChange is in the air Eleven year old Lily Lapp wants her life to stay just the way it is Instead, it s constantly changing New jobs, new schoolmates, and new challenges sure keep life interesting It seems like the only thing Lily really wants to change Effie Kauffman s mischief making is the one thing that never does Effie is up to her old tricks, and Lily is her favorite target With each chapter in Lily s life comes another ever exciting adventure But no one could have prepared Lily for the biggest surprise of all A SURPRISE FOR LILY is book four in Ms Woods and Kinsinger s popular Amish series The Adventures of Lily Lapp Readers will want to read the books in order as they are continuing events in young Lily s life Boo...

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    Co authors Mary Ann Kinsinger and Suzanne Woods Fisher bring to conclusion the series of four books in the life of young Lily Lily is Amish and a precocious little girl whose antics get her in trouble as she grows and learns and who faces life circumstances akin to all young girls Book four, A Surprise for Lily, has Lily s beloved cousin, Hannah, moving Lily is 11 years old now and facing responsibilities and changes As in the other three books in the series, the Amish life experience pictures a simple life style with the absence of many conveniences and comforts the rest of the world knows But they are for the most part a happy, content group of people Folks whose religious beliefs are the guiding force in all they do.They are a group of people who come together as a community and help one another through various experiences and sadness.Lily experiences ...

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    How I love reading these books, and this one did not disappoint A fast read to fast for me , with something new happening in each chapter.Our Lily is growing up, this story takes place while she is a fifth grader Of course her nemesis Effie Kauffman is still here along with Aaron Yoder, and another new boy to tease her.I would recommend reading these books in order, but it is a book you could pick up as a stand alone The story has a few sad, life events, that Lily and her family have to live through There are also some very happy joyful things that happen We have a few surprises for Lily, but there is one very big one The books are for 8 to 12 year old, but my 6 year old boy seems to enjoy having me read the chapters This is supposed to be the last book in the series, I sure hope not I can picture Lily growing up with a family of her own If it turns out to b...

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