"[Amish people] are the friendliest and most sincere people you'll ever meet."
LANCASTER, Penn. (PRWEB) January 10, 2015
Welcome to Frogtown, where folks from all around the world come to experience life among the Amish. Joseph ‘Chool’ Crawshaw has condensed the stories of his past 17 years as the innkeeper of a highly successful bed and breakfast into his new book: “Amish Scrambled Eggs With Humor”.
All stories in the book occur at a renowned bed and breakfast in the heart of old-order Amish culture. According to Crawshaw, it is a place where everyone is welcomed with open arms – no matter their age, race, or creed. Guests originally come to see the Amish, but soon discover a rare kind of acceptance.
“Television and reality shows regarding the Amish portray their culture inaccurately,” Crawshaw said. “They’re hardworking, but they’re also the friendliest and most sincere people you’ll ever meet.”
Between attending to guests at Frogtown, Crawshaw took the time to write “Amish Scrambled Eggs With Humor” to showcase a culture that is rarely discussed and often misunderstood. His stories from the eyes of an innkeeper are entirely true.
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Amish Scrambled Eggs With Humor
By Joseph ‘Chool’ Crawshaw
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Google Books
About the author
Joseph ‘Chool’ Crawshaw taught mathematics for 10 years and was a high school principal for 17 before he decided to open his bed and breakfast. He has been an innkeeper for the last 17 years, with his B&B now highly successful and attracting guests from all around the world.
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