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  Laura Ingalls Wilder
Little Clearing in the Woods (The Caroline Years) by Maria D. Wilkes, illustrated by Dan Andreasen - Caroline and her family say goodbye to their comfortable little home in Brookfield and set off through the forest toward their new house - a tiny log cabin in a clearing among the big trees of Concord, Wisconsin.
Little City by the Lake (The Caroline Years) by Celia Wilkins, illustrated by Dan Andreasen - Fifteen-year-old Caroline is leaving her Concord home for the first time to live with her aunt and uncle in Milwaukee, where she will attend Milwaukee Female College.
Little House on Rocky Ridge (The Rose Years) by Roger Lea MacBride, illustrated by David Gilleece - Rose and her parents, Laura and Almanzo, say good-bye to Ma and Pa Ingalls and Laura's sisters.
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  tvdvdreviews.com -- Little House on the Prairie: Season 1 DVD Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Little House on the Prairie's first season, which began on September 11, 1974, is refreshingly a long way from the plague of twentieth-century issues which would find their way into the show's later years.
Little House on the Prairie: Season 1 presents a visually stunning, beautifully remastered version of the beloved series, packaged in a poorly-conceived and oddly executed design.
Whether you are a die-hard Little House junkie, or a parent hoping to introduce your own children to the series, Season 1 presents some of the best family entertainment television has offered.
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 Little House on the Prairie - History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The final season of 'Little House on the Prairie' concluded on March 21, 1983, with the episode "Hello and Goodbye", with the final season of 'Father Murphy' concluding on September 18, 1983, with the episode "The Matchmakers".
The series was attacked by religious zealots and the press, but Michael laughed at all of them-- and his fans had the last laugh with him those five years.
After 5 successful seasons of the series, in April of 1989, Victor French had just returned from directing a film in Ireland and was ill. He thought he was sick with the flu and went to the hospital in Sherman Oaks and was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer, from decades of heavy smoking.
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 4th Grade to Middle School Books
"Little House on the Prairie", an ALA Notable Children's Books award-winning book, is one of the favorite chapter books for children in the genre of historic fiction.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Chronicles of Narnia Series, Book 2)
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis, the first book published in the Chronicles of Narnia series (although number two of the series in chronological order), is one of the best children's books of the 20th century.
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 Summer Reading List | Highlands Latin School
Books that will be read and studied in class during the 1st Grade year: Little Bear, Little Bear's Visit, Caps For Sale, The Little House (Burton), The Story About Ping, Stone Soup, Billy and Blaze, Blaze and the Forest Fire, and The Courage of Sarah Noble.
Books that will be read and studied in class during the 2nd Grade: Homer Price, Little House in the Big Woods, and Mr.
Books that will be read and studied in class during the 4th Grade: Heidi, The Lion, Witch and Wardrobe, and Lassie.
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 Little House
The ''Little House'' series (also known as "Laura Years") was written by Laura Ingalls Wilder and based on decades-old memories of her childhood in the Midwest region of the United States during the late 19th century.
Of greater literary interest are four series of books that expand the ''Little House'' series to include five generations of Laura Ingalls Wilder's family.
Little House on the Prairie (TV series) The subject matter is too closely related for it to be seperate articles, and is more comprehensible and valuable as a single article.
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 Little House on the Prairie
Little House on the Prairie (Little House Series #2) (Hardcover) by Laura Ingalls Wilder, Garth Williams
Little House on the Prairie (Little House Series #2) (Unabridged) (Children's Books on Tape) by Laura Ingalls Wilder, Cherry Jones
Little House on the Prairie (Little House Series #2) (Unabridged) (Children's Audio Books on CD) by Laura Ingalls Wilder, Cherry Jones
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 Oyate Web Page
The tens of millions of adoring fans of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books and of the television series based on them should be grateful that the Osages didn’t dismember her when they had the chance.
She started writing the “Little House” children’s books—there were nine—in the 1930s, in her sixties, while living in a big house located on former Osage land in the Missouri Ozarks.
They appear in her book only as beggars and thieves, and she adds injury to insult by comparing the Osages—who turned Thomas Jefferson’s head with their dignity and grace—to reptiles, to garbage or scum (depending on the definition of the word she actually uses).
www.oyate.org /books-to-avoid/littlehouse.html   (2286 words)

 Little House on the Prairie The TV Series
In 1974, a television series based on the books of Laura Ingalls Wilder was launched, entitled "Little House on the Prairie".
The premiere movie took viewers through the events of Laura's book Little House on the Prairie and then the television series began with the Ingalls' move to Walnut Grove, Minnesota
The series, written and directed by Michael Landon, although based on the books, added many characters and events that never happened in Laura's real life.
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 Little House on the Prairie DVD Review
First and foremost, there is the series of nine children's books which Wilder wrote primarily in the 1930s and '40s as an older woman with fond memories, an unusual flair for writing, and the help of her novelist daughter Rose Wilder Lane.
Little House depicts something along the lines of what it would have been like for the Ingalls to depart from the woods outside of Pepin, Wisconsin and seek out a new beginning in the relatively virgin lands of Kansas, complete with 160 acres of free land promised by the Homestead Act of 1862.
While Disney's Little House remains reasonably faithful to the text, it does curiously omit Mary and Laura's younger sister Carrie, then a baby, who is mentioned in the first sentence of the book and many times subsequently.
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 ABC's Little House on the Prairie Mini-Series   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
ABC made it clear that their limited series is "in no way based on the television show of the 1970s, this series actually marks a return to the autobiographical books written by Ms.
Originally published in 1935, Little House on the Prairie was the third in a series of books by Laura Ingalls Wilder about her childhood years.
Little House on the Prairie reruns now air on TV Land, weeknights at 8pm e/p (subject to change).
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 Movie Info for Little House on the Prairie [TV Series] on MSN Movies
In the course of the series, the Ingalls and several of their neighbors briefly moved to Dakota Territory when Walnut Grove was devastated by a series of financial reverses, but they all returned to rebuild the town and restore its economy.
After Little House on the Prairie completed its run in the spring of 1983, three two-hour specials were produced for the 1983-1984 television season to tie up loose plot ends.
Little House on the Prairie: The Creeper of Walnut Grove
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 Little House on the Prairie News
Little House on the Prairie News continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Pepin, Wisconsin is the birthplace of Laura Ingalls Wilder, the author of the popular book series "The Little House On The Prairie", which inspired the television services of the same name starring Michael...
Lindsay Greenbush was one month shy of her 4th birthday when she starred in the premiere of one of America's most beloved television series, "Little House on the Prairie." At 36, the Simi Valley mom still takes...
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 Amazon.com: Little House (9 Books, Boxed Set): Books: Laura Ingalls Wilder,Garth Williams   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Little House on the Prairie (Little House) by Laura Ingalls Wilder
I received my Little House box set MANY, MANY years ago for Christmas, and it sat on my shelf, a treasure waiting to be fully discovered, for the better part of 2 decades.
I read the first book when I was a little girl over 15 years ago, and now that I can buy my own set of these books, I am reading her stories of her growing up years, and I still...
www.amazon.com /Little-House-Books-Boxed-Set/dp/0064400409   (2414 words)

 The Story of Laura's Life   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The life of Laura Ingalls as depicted on Michael Landon's popular television series Little House on the Prairie, the life of Laura Ingalls as told in her Little House books, and the life of the real Laura Ingalls are three very different stories.
Although Laura's books are based on her life, she did make changes when she felt it made for easier reading; her books are classified as historical fiction, not autobiography.
After building a house and planting crops, the Ingalls family was forced to leave in the fall of 1870, just after the birth of their third daughter, Carrie.
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 Little House on the Prairie Audio Book
Little House on the Prairie is the second book in the Laura Years series.
All the books in the series were edited by Wilder's only child, a daughter named Rose Wilder Lane.
Her legions of fans still make pilgrimages to the settings of her books and her former homes, all of which are preserved or memorialized in her honor.
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 EasyFunSchool - Index of Lesson Activities to go with the "Little House on the Prairie" Book Series - Laura Ingalls ...
The Prairie Primer by Margie Gray (at Christianbook.com)
They are in no way meant to plagiarize the books or any of the resources mentioned or detract from all the hard work of their authors.
There are some overlap between books as far as useful activities go, so you will see some of the activities listed under more than one book.
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 Favorite Resources for Catholic Homeschoolers - The Little House on the Prairie Series
Through the series we are taken from her early childhood (approximately age 5 in Little House in the Big Woods) all the way into early married life (The First Four Years).
This book seems to have been written quite a bit later than the other books of the series and has quite a different flavor.
There are cookbooks and songbooks and books with photos from the Laura Ingalls Wilder museum of the family, artifacts and even some of the landmarks described in the stories.
www.love2learn.net /history/littlehouse/litlhous.htm   (1996 words)

 TLN Presents: Little House on the Prairie
Laura Elizabeth Ingalls, beloved author of the Little House on the Prairie book series, was born on February 7, 1867 in Pepin, WI.
The first book of the series, Little House in the Big Woods, was published by Harper and Brothers (now known as HarperCollins) in 1932.
Laura's book, The First Four Years, tells the story of their early years together when Almanzo was plagued with debts related to farming, as well as diphtheria, that resulted in his paralysis.
www.tln.com /littlehouse/history_wilder.html   (487 words)

 Little House on the Prairie Merchandise
I would recommend this book to girls in the fifth or sixth grade because this is mostly a girl book and I think boys would get board during a book.
I bought the book with the hopes to enjoy it and was not able to.
Book features new crafts revolving around themes from the books and the period, time lines o...
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 Little House on the Prairie - Episode Guide - Season 5
Some stock clips of the wagon from the 1974 "Little House" pilot are edited in part two of this story.
In the end, it takes the words of a little blind fl boy to teach her that prejudice is wrong and Harriet comes to a crossroads in her life, while Adam must face his deepest fear, as he comes to a crossing of his own, as viewers learn how Adam lost his sight.
His role on "Little House" was reminiscent of many of the town loafers he played in 60's television Westerns.
littlehouse.sphosting.com /season5.html   (3063 words)

 Amazon.de: Little House on the Prairie (Little House (Original Series Paperback)): English Books: Laura Ingalls ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
A long time ago, when all the grandfa and grandmothers of today were little boys and little girls or very small babies, or perhaps not even born, Pa and Ma and Mary and Laura and Baby Carrie left their little house in the Big Woods of Wisconsin. Lesen Sie die erste Seite
I used to watch the TV series on and off during the late 1970s before I was introduced to Laura Ingalls Wilder's true-to-life adventures out on the frontier.
The two little girls, Laura and her sister, the blonde Mary both experienced very daunting incidents ranging from their own father falling into a raging river to Ma's leg getting pinned under a heavy log from the new home they were building to the sudden loss of their faithful dog, Jack.
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All of the books in the Little House series are based on the lives of Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family.
In Little House On The Prairie, Laura and her family (Pa, Ma, Mary, and Carrie) have decided to leave their home in the woods of Wisconsin to live on the open land that could be found out west.
Throughout the book we read about all of the challenges that the Ingalls family faces in their travels; they face anything from swollen rivers, to Indians, to building a new home on the Kansas prairie.
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 Little House Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
By the time she was thirteen years old, Laura had moved from the thick Wisconsin woods to the wide-open Kansas prairie, out to the fertile Minnesota plain, and finally to a brand-new town at the end of a railroad line in Dakota Territory.
Laura was a spirited and courageous girl from the start, and her life on the frontier was a nonstop adventure.
She worked hard helping Ma and Pa in the house, and on the family's farm, but there was always time for fun -- which meant climbing trees, riding horses, sledding, and singing along with Pa's fiddle.
www.littlehousebooks.com /girls/laura.asp   (179 words)

 Little House on the Prairie, Laura Ingalls Wilder - HarperAcademic
Little House on the Prairie, Laura Ingalls Wilder - HarperAcademic
The adventures continue for Laura Ingalls and her family as they leave their little house in the Big Woods of Wisconsin and set out for Kansas.
They travel for many days in their covered wagon until they find the best spot to build their little house on the prairie.
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 Amazon.ca: Little House on the Prairie Tie-In Edition: Books: Laura Ingalls Wilder   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Little Town on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder
A long time ago, when all the grandfa and grandmothers of today were little boys and little girls or very small babies, or perhaps not even born, Pa and Ma and Mary and Laura and Baby Carrie left their little house in the Big Woods of Wisconsin. Read the first page
Little House on the Prairie (335 pgs), Oct 20 2003
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 Susan Null, Tammy Sweger, and Joanna Wardrop   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Background of the literature: This book is the first in a series of books based on the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder.
Laura is a little girl living with her family in the Big Woods of Wisconsin.
Chapter One discusses getting meat ready for winter, their garden and house, butchering time (the time when they butcher the hog and prepare the meat for winter), and the family.
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Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in the log cabin described in Little House in the Big Woods, and when she was an adult she wrote about her adventures in the classic Little House books.
Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote the Little House series based on memories of her childhood growing up on the frontier.
The Little House saga begins with Martha Morse, Laura's great-grandmother, who left her home in the Scottish countryside to start a new life in America.
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