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The First Four Years
The First Four Years
Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
A new beginning
Laura and Almanzo Wilder have finally married. They begin their new life together on their small prairie homestead - but Laura is still not convinced that she wants to be a farmer's wife! The newlyweds have high hopes for their future together. Challenged by storms, sickness, fire, and debt, Laura and...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780060565107
ISBN-10: 0060565101
Publication Date: 6/1/2006
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
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Publisher: HarperChildrensAudio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
Other Versions: Paperback, Hardcover, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 4
I love this book because it tells about Laura and Manly's first few years of marriage. The manuscript was not prepared for publication by Laura, because it was not found until after her death. Therefore, the book is not as well-written or detailed as the previous Little House books. However, if you enjoy Laura's other books, this book will be of interest. I found out things about Laura's life that I never knew until I read this book.
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This book is commonly rejected by LHOP series fans, but I really enjoyed it. Yes, it was a little different than the others in the series, but not all that different. I can't imagine reading all of the other books, and not this one!
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Cover doesn't have the edging around it.
Laura and Manly Wilder begin married life on their small prairie homestead with high hopes. The beautiful prairie world seems like a paradise; there are wildflowers in spring, wild geese in autumn, pony rides, and warm times together. But each year brings unforeseen disasters as well--storms destroy the crops; there is sickness, fire, and always unpaid debts. The first four years often prove heartbreaking for the Wilders. But they have each other, and their little daughter Rose, and a fierce determination to succeed.
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