- Published: New York : Harper and Row, 1971, c1935.
- Year Published: 1935
- Description: 334 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
- Language: English
- Format: Book
- Lexile: 760
- 0060581816 (softcover)
- 080853789X :
- 0060000465 :
- 0060264454 :
- 0064400026 :
- 0060264462 :
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Little house on the prairie
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Call number: J Fiction / Wilder, Laura Ingalls
Available Copies: Downtown Youth, Malletts Youth, Traverwood Youth
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Nice and simple book
A great book! One of my personal favorites! It inspires you to do what they did back then.
My daughter loves it when I read from this series of books. I love it too. She always asks me all sorts of questions about how people lived back then and how long ago it was, and if I was alive back then. These books are great for sharing information with your kids about the history of the westward movement and early pioneer life. I know with my family it leads to further research into fire building, wood furniture construction, basket weaving, cooking, animal raising, and of course farming and gardening. I also think its a great way to talk to your kids about values and the importance of family. Please read this with your kids, it is totally worth it.
Loved this series!!!
I really like this series!
This book is a great book and I'd recomend it to everyone!
I'm always fascinated to see how quickly and capably Pa creates shelter and conveniences for his family. And who doesn't love Mr. Edwards?
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