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Little Town on the Prairie (Little House)
Little Town on the Prairie - Little House
Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
This title in Wilder's Little House series begins as the harsh winter is over and Laura looks forward to the long summer days--especially now that she has a new gentleman caller, Almanzo Wilder. A Newbery Honor Book.
ISBN-13: 9780590488112
ISBN-10: 0590488112
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 303
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  • Currently 4.6/5 Stars.
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4.6 stars, based on 66 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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The long hard winter was over. The people of DeSmet, South Dakota, came outdoors and began to live again. They held church socials. dances, and "literaries." In the summer Laura took a grueling job--making shirts, through long hard hours. She wanted to get the money to help send Mary to the college for the blind in Vinton, Iowa. Suddenly, Laura was a young lady. And who but the dashing Almanzo Wilder escorted her home in the evenings.
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Very sweet story. However it is probably my least favorite of the books thus far, but it was enjoyable to see what life was like for a teenager during those early 1880s. I really don't understand how anyone could be as annoying and selfish as Nellie Oleson. You'd think she'd grow up a little from the last time she was mentioned in the series. Goodness those kids learned things so much more advanced than kids these days. We're pretty stupid these days. Makes me sad.
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This is a very interesting book. Laura is growing up. The little settlement that weathered the long, hard winter of 1880-81 is now a growing town. Laura is growing up, and she goes to her first evening social. Mary is at last able to go to a college for the blind. Best of all, Almanzo Wilder asks permission to walk home from church with Laura. And Laura, now fifteen years old, receives her certificate to teach school. This is a transition period for all the Ingalls family. This is a true story, and we see the United States transition as well.
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It's great
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A still beloved classic which both adults and children enjoy.
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I have read the whole Little House series, and loved every moment. I kinda of hate getting ride of the books, but I know my boys wont read them. So instead of letting them waste, I'm passing them on. The books are different from the tv series. As much as I love the Tv series, the books are much better. This series is a classic and should be read by every child, well at least every girl...lol.

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