The Adventures of Lily Lapp that they can play games and learn more about Lily from.
I've read maybe five Amish books, and this one was a little different. Besides the fact that it had a child as the main character, there were a few other differences. There were some things that happened that I've never seen in an Amish book. When someone gets sick, they go to an actual doctor. Lily's mother puts her lunch into a plastic container for school. At school, Lily is taught about evolution (not by her teachers, but it is mentioned). All of these were a little out of the norm for me. I don't know if this was intentional or not. Read for yourself to see if you think this is a good portrayal of Amish life. This is only book 1 of what will be an entire series.
I received this book for free in return for my fair and honest review. All opinions are my own.