Fellowship Farm series

Leezah, Skye-Maree and Olingah Fitzgerald live with their parents on Fellowship Farm. In the first book of the Fellowship Farm series, you will meet the children and learn about their daily activities on the farm. There is a lot to be done each day: pillow fights, morning prayers, pig feeding and school bus riding. They help their dad feed the cows, add stickers to their virtues poster and learn to deal with bullies.

Then you will join the Fitzgerald children on their many adventures with puppies, snake bites, treasure hunts, bonfires, camping by the sea, and tree houses. And as they go they sometimes practice their virtues, and sometimes forget…

Suitable for independent readers aged 8-12 years.
Parent-read from 6 years. 


Fellowship Farm 2

Leezah, Skye-Maree and Olingah Fitzgerald live with their parents on Fellowship Farm. In the first volume of the Fellowship Farm series, you met the children and learned about their daily activities on the farm. 

In this the second volume the Fitzgerald children are visited by their cousins, Nick and Anisa. Together they travel by horse and cart to the market, attend the 19 Day Feast, go camping, find a pirate map and treasure, as well as experience the intensity of crisis and victory when Olingah's life is put in serious danger. 

Suitable for independent readers aged 8-12 years.
Parent-read from 6 years. 


Fellowship Farm 3

In this, the third volume of stories about Leezah, Skye-Maree and Olingah Fitzgerald who live with their parents on Fellowship Farm, the children  set out with joy to go blackberry picking.

But an unexpected turn of events at the river makes them fear for the lives of their puppies. Ayyám-i-Há follows with serving, teaching, gifts, treasure hunts as well as the challenge of bullying for Skye-Maree. After Ayyám-i-Há comes an opportunity to visit their eccentric Uncle Jack who takes them to the chocolate factory, aquatic centre and gives them many other treats both spiritual and edible!

Suitable for independent readers aged 8-12 years.
Parent-read from 6 years. 


Fellowship Farm 4

In the fourth volume of stories about Leezah, Skye-Maree and Olingah Fitzgerald of Fellowship Farm they prepare for the annual Naw Ruz Mahta River Boat Race. There are some unexpected hitches.  

Skye-Maree and Olingah learn about loyalty and sacrifice as they work out how to respond to the challenges they face.  Soon after Naw Ruz winter sets in and the family rug up and head for the ski slopes. Along the way they experience the life-threatening danger of losing unity, the challenge of learning to ski, the power of prayer, and patience in the face of frustration. They meet funny Magic, the back to front panda, and suffer some bruises. Their patience is well rewarded when their parents announce that a dear wish of the children is to be fulfilled.

Suitable for independent readers aged 8-12 years.
Parent-read from 6 years. 


Fellowship Farm 5

The adventures of the Fitzgeralds of Fellowship Farm continue in volume five of the series, containing books 13 to 15.  

In Book 13 the children lovingly nurture Joey until he is ready to return to the bush. It turns out that saying goodbye is not easy for the children or for Joey. Leezah’s junior youth group find that service is fun and rewarding at times, and at other times it can be boring, cold, and difficult! Leezah is pushed out of her comfort zone and has to draw on her faith and courage.  

In Book 14 the family flies to Sydney where they are showered with love by their cousins, and also learn the hard way that moderation is an important virtue. 

In Book 15 the family returns to Fellowship Farm and finds itself faced with a crisis. Rommy and Flip go missing, the rain keeps falling, and it seems the farm is at risk of being washed away!

Suitable for independent readers aged 8-12 years.
Parent-read from 6 years. 


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Testimonials

Thanks a million for the wonderful books, you have no idea how it has changed our lives in just one book. The virtues are now part of our everyday language. We have tried in the past but our daughter has not been interested at all, now we are creating a virtues chart of our own and she is forever pointing out which virtue we are using. It is fantastic.

Our child loves to read about a Baha'i family that does the same things we do. You must have the books published so every Baha'i children can grow up with Fellowship Farm. We are just finishing the fourth book and on Thursday we will read the fifth. We read them as part of home schooling. Again thank you from our hearts. 

We were so excited to receive a copy of book 10 (Naw Ruz) that my daughter and mother read it straight away while I was at work! They really loved it and were inspired all over again, and can't wait for Naw-Ruz to try out some new ideas. Mum wishes she was well versed enough to use the virtues language used in the books, and is working on improving all the time. This book has put her back on track. So the main verdict seems to be "FANTASTIC, WONDERFUL, INSPIRATIONAL". Thanks for inspiring my family to be more positive and enthusiastic, I can't wait to read it myself.