This year marks the 85th anniversary of the publication of “Little House on the Prairie” [via PBS.org] Premiere date: Dec 29, 2020 | 00:03:26 American Masters Explores the Cultural Legacy an
Laura Ingalls Wilder Legacy and Research Association Announces LauraPalooza 2019: All Roads Lead to Laura
The Laura Ingalls Wilder Legacy and Research Association (LIWLRA) today announced registration for LauraPalooza 2019: All Roads Lead to Laura, the only academic and fan gathering celebrating the liter
What happened after Laura’s death to shape the way we see everything ‘Little House’ related today? Who were the players and what roles did they play? Does this change what you think or how you think a
According to Caroline Fraser, Laura Ingalls Wilder often wrote this at beginning of her fan letters about her life: “It is a story filled with sunshine and shadow” (479.) As with everything in F
(Guest post by Nancy McCabe and Emily Anderson, in conversation)
Nancy: One of the reasons I chose this chapter is that I’ve always found the relationship between Laura and Rose so intriguing.
Pick the Dust Bowl chapter, the meteorologist said. I’ll relate to it, she said.
Well, I’ll get to talk about the Dust Bowl, but it looks like I’m going to have to talk politics, too. Let’s take a dee
Guest Blog Post by Kristi Martin —
This chapter begins with Laura Ingalls Wilder’s journey to visit her past in the prairies. Returning with her husband to DeSmet, South Dakota was a homecoming to a
This week’s blog was written by Karen and Kevin Pearce Kevin:
As I did with chapter 6, here are definitions for words that I had to look up due to the imparity between Fraser’s vocabulary and my own.
When looking at the title of this chapter, the beginning pages of this chapter meshed in my brain to make sense, most of the rest of the chapter made me look at the work absent in a different light.&n
A couple months ago, our minister began her sermon by saying that it is common to hear “They had more time in the old days, even referring to the pioneers” My best friend gave me a pointed look to whi
One thing that has made reading this book both exciting and humbling for me so far is the fact that Fraser’s vocabulary exceeds mine by leaps and bounds. I just finished writing my doctoral dissertati