Laura Ingalls Wilder Week: The Autobiography

I love Laura Ingalls Wilder. I read her Little House books and then kept going with the stories of Rose and Little Farmer Boy. But this biography is one I have not read.

The Bookshelf of Emily J.

Last week was spring break for me, so I took the time off to visit my dad and my grandmother, who is ill with cancer, in Missouri. My grandma finished her last radiation treatment while we were there, so we are hoping that things look good and that she’ll start to get stronger and be able to care for herself again.

While there, my dad took us to the Laura Ingalls Wilder house in Mansfield. I have been wanting to visit this historic site for some time, but we were last there during Christmas, and the house is not open until March 1. I had good timing for this trip, and we took a day to visit the site.


So this week on my blog, I’ll be posting all about that day trip and Laura Ingalls Wilder.

To see Monday’s post, click here. To see Tuesday’s post, click here

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One thought on “Laura Ingalls Wilder Week: The Autobiography

  1. Margot Kinberg

    I’ve been to both Laura Ingalls Wilder homes (Missouri and S. Dakota). And I’ve been a fan of her books always. I must read this book.


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