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Pioneer Girl: The Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder

de William Anderson

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Recounts the life story of the author of the "Little House" books, from her childhood in Wisconsin to her old age at Rocky Ridge Farm.
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I actually ordered this book by accident. I meant to buy the autobiography actually written by Wilder and published in 2014. The illustrations in this children's book are beautiful, so I didn't return it. I happily read it's concise re-telling of Wilder's story, tiding myself over until the annotated version of Wilder's original book arrives in the post.

This book would be perfect to read out loud to a class of elementary students. The pictures are beautiful and it tells the story of the Ingalls family moving here and there and finally settling in De Smet and Laura's marriage to Almanzo and their various moves until settling in Missouri. It summarizes their lives in about 32 pages,with beautiful full-color artwork. Lovely book!

I grew up in Kansas, so as a little girl I read Wilder's books as did all of my classmates. I remember we all wanted to be the first class that headed to the library to pick books on RIF day (do they still have RIF day in schools?? Or is that a thing of the past? I will have to look that up....) because we all wanted one of the Little House on the Prairie books. They went fast! We used to read them and then trade with each other. Back then, once a week, the television show with Michael Landon and Melissa Gilbert graced the screen. We all watched it. So, I grew up with these stories. I think that's why I keep coming back to re-read them. Growing up in Kansas with the freezing winters and blazing hot summers, the wheat and corn fields, we all imagined what it must have been like before modern farm machinery, cars, paved roads, modern medicine....before the land was settled. It must have been brutal, but hearing the stories from Wilder made her childhood seem magical. Still brutal, but with stretches of beautiful experience and adventure.

Amid the mess of Covid-19, the delivery of my annotated Pioneer Girl (Wilder's original biography that wasn't published until 2014) is delayed a bit. I eagerly await it's delivery, but I really enjoyed this awesome children's book while waiting. The artwork by Dan Andreasen is beautiful!! ( )
  JuliW | Nov 22, 2020 |
This book tells the life of a pioneer girl called Laura Ingalls Wilder. I would like to use this book in my teaching, because students can learn spirit of this brave girl. Additionally, the illustrations are very good. This book is good for 1-2 graders to read. ( )
  CNKE94297 | Apr 23, 2017 |
This story chronicles Laura Ingalls Wilder. She was a pioneer and her family had many adventures moving west. The story tells how she met Almanzo Wilder, they were married, they settled in Missouri, and had a daughter. This would be a great book to supplement the 4th grade pioneer social studies unit. Students could relate to her story because it is written from a child's perspective of what it was like to live through that time.
  CindyNeils | Jul 29, 2016 |
A bit long for bedtime but otherwise a fun read for Little House fans. ( )
  maddiemoof | Oct 20, 2015 |
This is an biographical story about Laura Ingalls Wilder's life. The book is well illustrated showing a lot of graphic detail about the prairie life. The book takes her from about age 3 to the time of her death. She was a hard worker and a traveler. She was also a teacher of language arts at age 15 years old. In later life she married and had a daughter of her own. Her daughter was a world traveler. Then when she was much older she became a writer of describing her younger years on the pioneer. Her books became famous and known as the "Little House". Laura was very family oriented. ( )
  sgpujol | Oct 3, 2014 |
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