The most interesting fact I’ve learned so far about the Amish? While I was in Lancaster County, I happened upon an occupied eagle’s nest. It was as big as a Volkswagen! Each evening, I went back to watch the eagle parents feed their hungry eaglets. The Amish I have met are dedicated “birders.” They have such a respect for God’s creation—so I try to add a new nature twist in each book. It’s fun for me to learn, too.

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What’s the most interesting fact you’ve learned about the Amish, either from reading fiction about the Amish or during research you might have done?

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