An okay book. It follows Laura Ingalls Wilder's travels after she marries and has a kid. No where near as good as the books actually written by her, but worth the read for a die-hard Laura fan.
This is the second book in a series about Rose Wilder Lane, daughter of Laura Ingalls Wilder. The book was written by Rose's honorary grandson.
Going fishing for the first time, starting a in a new school, saving the farmhouse from a fire--these are the elements of young Rose Wilder's first year at Rocky Ridge Farm. She has moved there with her parents, Laura and Almanzo, to begin a new life in the Missouri Ozarks. Rose feels out of place as the new girl in her class but gradually gains confidence, and Rocky ridge becomes truly her home.
This is a little house book-The Rocky Ridge Years.
A place for new beginnings. Going fishing for the first time, starting in a new school, saving the farmhouse from a fire-these are the elements of young Rose Wilder's first year at Rocky Ridge Farm.
More for the Little House fans--about Rose, Laura's daughter and her life in the Ozarks
Classic books, well-loved by girls for decades. Reading level: ages 8-12