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by David Brownstone,Garth Williams,Laura Ingalls Wilder

ePub Little House on the Prairie (Little House-the Laura Years) download
Author:
David Brownstone,Garth Williams,Laura Ingalls Wilder
ISBN13:
978-0808537892
ISBN:
080853789X
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Publisher:
Tandem Library (October 1953)
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Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
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1787 kb
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1661 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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951

Laura Ingalls Wilder. Illustrated by Garth Williams. Chapter 1. Going West. Here grew the tall trees whose tops Laura had seen from the prairie above.

Laura Ingalls Wilder. A long time ago, when all the grandfathers and grandmothers of today were little boys and little girls or very small babies, or perhaps not even born, Pa and Ma and Mary and Laura and Baby Carrie left their little house in the Big Woods of Wisconsin. They drove away and left it lonely and empty in the clearing among the big trees, and they never saw that little house again. They were going to the Indian country. Shady groves were scattered on the rolling meadows, and in the groves deer were lying down, hardly to be seen among the shadows.

After years of farming, Laura wrote the first of her beloved Little House books in 1932. The nine Little House books are international classics. Her writings live on into the twenty-first century as America’s quintessential pioneer story.

the little girl who would grow up to write the Little House books. Pa Ingalls decides to sell the little log house, and the family sets out for Indian country! They travel from Wisconsin to Kansas and there, finally, Pa builds their little house on the prairie

the little girl who would grow up to write the Little House books. Pa Ingalls decides to sell the little log house, and the family sets out for Indian country! They travel from Wisconsin to Kansas and there, finally, Pa builds their little house on the prairie. Sometimes farm life is difficult, even dangerous, but Laura and the family are kept busy and are happy with the promise of their new life on the prairie.

The original Little House books were a series of eight autobiographical children's novels written by Laura Ingalls Wilder and published by Harper & Brothers from 1932 to 1943

The original Little House books were a series of eight autobiographical children's novels written by Laura Ingalls Wilder and published by Harper & Brothers from 1932 to 1943. The eighth book, These Happy Golden Years, featured Laura Ingalls at ages 15 to 18 and was originally published with one page at the end containing the note, "The end of the Little House books. The ninth and last novel written by Wilder, The First Four Years was publised posthumously and unfinished in 1971

Meet Laura Ingalls, the little girl who would grow up to write the Little House books. I have mixed feelings about this book. My mother read the Laura Ingalls books with me when I was a little girl, and I'm rereading them for the first time in 30 years.

Meet Laura Ingalls, the little girl who would grow up to write the Little House books. Pa Ingalls decides to sell the little log house, and the family sets out for Indian country! They travel from Wisconsin to Kansas, and there, finally, Pa builds their little house on the prairie. Little House on the Prairie" is the story of the Ingalls family - Pa and Ma, Laura, her sister Mary and her baby sister Carrie - taking a covered wagon all the way from Wisconsin to Kansas at about 1870.

Little House on the Prairie: The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Little House on the Prairie: The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder is a one-hour documentary film about the life of American author Laura Ingalls Wilder, best known for her Little House on the Prairie book series. Little House on the Prairie: The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder was produced by Dean Butler and Robin Bernheim-Burger, and executive produced by Trip Friendly.

This year, we celebrate 150 years of Laura Ingalls Wilder and the incredible books she blessed us with. Watch as Laura’s adventures come to life through interviews with historians, passages from the Little House books, archival photography, paintings from famous frontier artists, dramatic reenactments, a beautiful original score, and original artwork. So Laura and Mary picked flowers from the weeds, and they took the flowers to M. Little House on the Prairie. September 21, 2016 ·. 64,314 Views.

Classic tales by Laura Ingalls Wilder about life on the frontier and America's best-loved pioneer family. The sun-kissed prairie stretches out around the Ingalls family, smiling its welcome after their long, hard journey across America. Have you collected all the Little House books? Little House in the Big Woods Little House on the Prairie On the Banks of Plum Creek By the Shores of Silver Lake The Long Winter Little Town on the Prairie These Happy Golden Years Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in Wisconsin in 1867.

The adventures continue for Laura Ingalls and her family as they leave their little house in the Big Woods of Wisconsin and set out for the big skies of the Kansas Territory. They travel for many days in their covered wagon until they find the best spot to build their house

  • When I was a child, I had the entire series of Laura Ingalls Wilder's Books. My babysitter at the time, gave me her set. I was careful to loan out the books one at a time to friends I knew would cherish them as much as I did.

    I started giving these books to my grandchild, and at first we read them together, then she started reading them on her own. Now, we watch the old television series together, and it brings back memories of our days reading together. We both love the television series as much as we do the books, they portray the life as it was. Maybe not as primitive, but certainly as children , they accept the hard work and the limited income the Wilder's have. This family is a superb e ample if a hapoy family, their ups and downs, and they have many, and the manger in which the family faces each obstacle. An excellent example of a true family life.

    Recommended. prisrob7-19-15

  • Bought this for long car rides -- so much better than a DVD! My 5, 12 and 17 year old all love it. The reader does a great job. She has a very clear voice and you really get into the story. She's not monotonous but also isn't overly theatrical. We have all really gotten engrossed in this story (which I didn't expect). I enjoy this greatly and enjoy that my kids are into it. My middle son has read the story, so it's great for him to hear it as well :)

  • This is the standard Little House on the Prairie book with the only difference being that the book is a hard back with dust cover and all of the illustrations by Garth Williams are in full color.

    You can certainly find the paperback version with the black and white illustrations more cheaply, but I wanted this particular version to read to my girls because I noted when I first started this series with them, the old fashioned language and concepts were hard to follow and they lost interests. The colored pictures seems to make the story more interesting for them, and they are more engaged. Not sure if this is really due to the pictures or completely random, but the book is beautifully done, and from a personal perspective, I really like it - I loved the series as a child, but had never seen the pictures in color - added a nice touch for me as the parent reading the book each night.

  • Loved it. Fun and interesting. Seemed a bit short to me, but still enjoyable. Ages 10- and up. I do suggest, but you should read the first one first.
    Don't listen to the people who say it's boring because it's definitely not. It just for older kids. Please don't make reviews saying "my 5 year old got bored" of course they would they're 5 at least wait till they can read on their own.
    Kids 10+ it's great. Girls may like it more.

  • These books were read over and over to me as a child and remain some of my favorite as a parent. I purchased this one for my own kids and they love the pictures throughout the book. The story itself is so well-written and so easy to fall in love with at any age. At 3 & 5 years old my kids love to sit and listen to a chapter or two, in a few years I'm sure they'll enjoy reading them on their own!

  • I purchased this book for my daughter for Christmas. She loves little house in the big woods which we have as a paperback and we have gotten little house on the prairie a few times from the library but can not ever make it through it before we have to return. So, I decided we should buy it. My daughter wanted the full color. I actually ended up getting it in full color and the original version with the sketches, both hardcover. I see the appeal of the full color. The images are gorgeous and what little girl wouldn't want to see Laura and her family come to life with color. I personally prefer the regular sketches overall. The full color versions pages are thick and sort of glossy white. The book is very heavy due to the thick pages. Nothing crazy but noticeably heavier than the regular version. Enough that you notice when you pick it up. I know my daughter will love it and I enjoy the color images as well, but I guess I had expected them to be on regular book paper and sort of subdued. They are extremely vibrant and quite lovely really..just different than I had expected. A nice special edition but if you like the feel of the regular pages and the beautiful black sketches you might not be as pleased with the full color version. I'm still going with 5 stars because it will be cherished I'm sure.

  • Little House On The Prairie is the second book in this series-it even spawned a successful T.V. show. This one follows the Ingalls family to Kansas. Pa sells the house in the big woods in search of something bigger and better. His idea of bigger and better? Indian Country! This makes Ma very uneasy, as she feels Indians are savage people. Pa assures her that they are only savage when provoked and that they are very peaceful people. Laura, on the other hand, understands why they're upset. They have been forced to move away to allow settlers to live on their land. She is desperate to see an Indian baby. Pa promises her she will see one. Ma is outraged, saying that she already has a baby sister but Laura wants an Indian baby in addition. Laura does see one and is so excited. The family is plagued by illness and prairie fires and there is even an unpleasant encounter with two Indians. Prairie life doesn't quite turn out as Pa hoped, but his motto is simple: no matter how bad things are, you must never give up or give in if you want to survive. Great motto indeed!

  • I never thought I'd get into this book at 40, but it is so well written and portrays the midwest in such a gentle manner for what must have been a really rough time for these settlers. Can't wait to read it to my son when he gets a bit older. I think it would also be a great way to introduce young ones to the lifestyle of the midwest, which usually gets overlooked if you are raised on the West or East coast. Good educational piece of literature without being a "textbook".