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Week 24: I Am Hutterite

Author: Mary-Ann Kirkby
Pages: 196
Days to finish: 3
Favourite Line: “Christian Dornn had exchanged his freedom for security, and now his son was giving it all up for the chance to be free.” 131 more words


“I Am Hutterite” author visits Lethbridge

LETHBRIDGE- It is the stories of her upbringing and her visits to Hutterite colonies Mary-Ann Kirkby hopes can educate society on her culture, her passion and her upbringing. 287 more words


I Am Hutterite: A Lovely Memoir from the Canadian Prairie

I probably wouldn’t have found this book if it hadn’t been on sale at the Green Valley Book Fair, a huge book warehouse located close to Harrisonburg, VA. 714 more words

Anabaptist Memoir

I Am Hutterite

Before start I do have to admit this review should have been done a long time ago, but I have been too busy until now to be able to type it. 206 more words

Book Reviews

Hutterite Sucre Pie

Pie Am Hutterite (originally published in the Kelowna Daily Courier and Kamloops This Week newspapers, April 2010)

There was always something about them, the way they’d come into town, aproned and polka dotted, that made me want to put on a kerchief and slip into the middle of their other-worldly little flock. 695 more words


Self-publishing: Doing it yourself & doing it better

This is the 10th instalment in our Ecology of Books series, examining the complex interrelationships that comprise Canada’s publishing industry — from small-press proprietors to the country’s biggest houses, from booksellers to book bloggers to book reviewers. 2,340 more words


I Am Hutterite: The Fascinating True Story of a Young Woman's Journey to reclaim Her Heritage by Mary-Ann Kirkby

Book description from the Book Sneeze website:

A fascinating journey into the heart and culture of a reclusive religious community.

I Am Hutterite takes readers into the hidden heart of the little-known Hutterite colony where author Mary-Ann Kirkby spent her childhood. 345 more words