[EPUB] ✸ Little House on the Prairie (Little House, #2) Author Laura Ingalls Wilder – Alwaysonltd.co.uk

Little House on the Prairie (Little House, #2) 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 The Big Skies Of The Kansas Territory They Travel For Many Days In Their Covered Wagon Until They Find The Best Spot To Build Their House Soon They Are Planting And Plowing, Hunting Wild Ducks And Turkeys, And Gathering Grass For Their Cows Just When They Begin To Feel Settled, They Are Caught In The Middle Of A Dangerous Conflict

About the Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder

Ingalls wrote a series of historical fiction books for children based on her childhood growing up in a pioneer family She also wrote a regular newspaper column and kept a diary as an adult moving from South Dakota to Missouri, the latter of which has been published as a book.

10 thoughts on “Little House on the Prairie (Little House, #2)

  1. says:

    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 mindset and heritage But it s for that very reason that the value of the book needs to be questioned.While muc

  2. says:

    I recently read this to my young son, and he couldn t get enough He s a kid who loves nothingthan to spend all day in the woods building forts, so perhaps it s not surprising that he took to this book It s a marvelous adventure story that left me in awe of the sheer indefatigable competence of this family The relat

  3. says:

    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 the story of the Ingalls family Pa and Ma, Laura, her sister Mary and her baby sister Carrie taking a covered wagon all the way f

  4. says:

    This is not really a review of the general contents and themes of Little House on the Prairie, butmy personal attitudes towards the fact that this book has been and like so many others repeatedly challenged and even at times banned censored mostly due to the way Native Americans are depicted and the attitudes shown towards them.Ther

  5. says:

    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 him bumbling from one misadventure to the next.1 Pa leads the family across a frozen lake Peppin The very next morning the family hears the ice on

  6. says:

    I am a fan of the Laura Ingall s Wilder books, and I am enjoying them evenas an adult, sharing them with my daughter This one moved a bitslowly than Little House in the Big Woods, but I was still fascinated I can hardly imagine a life so primitive Some say Pa was crazy for moving his family away from the Big Woods where they had a solid footing, but

  7. says:

    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 ambivalence about wresting land from the natives Won t the Indians be mad, Pa And what s with the child wanting her father to steal a Native American baby for her

  8. says:

    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 their family into the middle of nowhere which by the way belongs to Indians , almost getting them drowned, burned and sick of malaria And Ma, only concerned with propriety

  9. says:

    Little House on the Prairie is the second novel in the series, the first being Little House in the Big Woods But they are stand alone stories so they don t have to be read together Written by Laura Ingalls Wilder, the Little House books are semi autobiographical and are told from young Laura s point of view Yes, they are children s books, and they are written in a very simplis

  10. says:

    If only we lived and loved in Laura s timeIn the West the land was level, and there were no trees The grass grew thick and high There the wild animals wandered and fed as though they were in a pasture that stretched much farther than a man could see, and there were no settlersLaura and her family left behind their little cabin in Wisconsin and set off for new lands and new adventures T

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