Little House on the Prairie

Little House on the Prairie

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. Sometimes farm life is difficult, even dangerous, but Laura and her family are kept busy and are happy with the promise of their new life on the prairie.

LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE is the second book in the Laura Years series.
--back cover

Title:Little House on the Prairie
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
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    Little House on the Prairie Reviews

  • Miranda Reads

    “There's no great loss without some small gain.” If only we lived and loved in Laura's time...I get hugely nostalgic for every time I read the Little House books. One of my favorite aspects abo...

  • E

    Okay, it's a great American classic, I realize that. I read it for the first time in third grade because the pioneer-go-forth-and-push-westward philosophy is a central feature in the proud American mi...

  • Michael

    I recently read this to my young son, and he couldn't get enough. He's a kid who loves nothing more than to spend all day in the woods building forts, so perhaps it's not surprising that he took to th...

  • Diane

    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. "Little House on the Prairie" is ...

  • Jessaka

    Fried Apples and a Lesson in RacismI loved this series when I read them around ten years ago. My favorite was The Long Winter. A few years ago I went to visit her home in Missouri with my sister and n...

  • Mike Angelillo

    I bought the CD of this story for my 4 year old daughter and have spent many days listening to it in the car with her.This book should clearly be renamed "Pa's follies" as the entire story is about hi...

  • Manybooks

    This is not really a review of the general contents and themes of Little House on the Prairie, but more my personal attitudes towards the fact that this book has been (and like so many others) repeate...

  • Laurel Wicke

    I am a fan of the Laura Ingall's Wilder books, and I am enjoying them even more as an adult, sharing them with my daughter. This one moved a bit more slowly than Little House in the Big Woods, but I w...

  • Tatiana

    So entertaining and so racist.Is this the book where we start to learn how flawed Ma and Pa really are? Pa is certainly a happy-go-lucky guy with no foresight - taking his wife and daughters away from...

  • da AL

    A honey-covered lullaby of a book! Yum! Slurp! Racism never went down so good! Beautifully written, and read aloud by a champ -- but Whoa, Bessie! -- even the characters express a smidgen of ambivalen...