A Season for Tending

Book One in the Amish Vines and Orchards Series

About the Author

Cindy Woodsmall Cindy Woodsmall is a New York Times and CBA best-selling author of numerous works of fiction and one of nonfiction. Her connection with the Amish community has been featured widely in national media. She lives in the Foothills of the North Georgia Mountains with her family.

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A Season For Tending By Cindy Woodsmall

by Brandy Myers

Book Ranking by Blogger: 4.0 Stars

Cindy Woodsmall is not a new author to my nightstand by any means. She is a leader in Amish fiction and I am glad to have come across her writing several years ago. In Season For Tending we meet Rhoda who has a passion for making things grow but because her "intuitions" she is often avoided in her local community and even a target for harassment. We also meet the King family and their prize orchard which is having a few rough years. ... Read More


A Season for Tending more than tends to be a must read

by Kristen Schmidt

Book Ranking by Blogger: 5.0 Stars

"God used the oddest situations to line people up and gt them involved in each other's lives" (Woodsmall 297). The journey the characters in Cindy Woodsmall's book A Season for Tending Amish Vines and Orchards, Book 1 is sometimes as gnarled as an old abandon apple tree left to face the elements and storms and survive the best it can. And the journey is sometimes as beautiful as that same apple tree cared for and fed so that it's full of... Read More


A Season for Tending

by Lauren Miller

Book Ranking by Blogger: 4.0 Stars

A Season for Tending is the first book in the Amish Vines and Orchards Series by Cindy Woodsmall. The book introduces the reader to many interesting characters including Rhoda Byler, Samuel King, and Samuel's young sister Leah. Rhoda is most herself when she's tending to her herbs and berries and helping those in need. Rhoda must deal with rumors being spread about her due to her premonitions about trouble and her healing through herbs from... Read More


Book Review: A Season for Tending

by Michelle Alanis

Book Ranking by Blogger: 4.5 Stars

I love the characters that the author has developed. Especially, Leah, my favorite. She's lazy, she's over weight, she breaks the rules. And not just a little! It's refreshing to see these qualities given to a teenager in an Amish setting, because, let's face it, I've got three teens and I can't imagine that just because you throw them in an Amish setting that they'd be hardworking all the time, even happy to do chores from sun up to sun... Read More


Angst, Conflict, and Pain

by Beverly Terry

Book Ranking by Blogger: 4.5 Stars

Sometimes we look at other people groups, and because their lives are somewhat different from ours, we think they are idyllic. But as we see in this story, it certainly isn't true. There is much more we have in common than is dissimilar. As a group, the Amish suffered when the economy downturn hit everyone else. They experience relationship difficulties as we do. They feel the same uncertainties about their future lives. They suffer... Read More


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