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Series: Little House novels, chronological order

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The Little House in the Highlands by Melissa Wileybook 1
The Far Side of the Loch by Melissa Wileybook 2
Down to the Bonny Glen by Melissa Wileybook 3
Beyond the Heather Hills by Melissa Wileybook 4
Little House by Boston Bay by Melissa Wileybook 5
On Tide Mill Lane by Melissa Wileybook 6
The Road from Roxbury by Melissa Wileybook 7
Across the Puddingstone Dam by Melissa Wileybook 8
Little House in Brookfield by Maria D. Wilkesbook 9
Little Town at the Crossroads by Maria D. Wilkesbook 10
Little Clearing in the Woods by Maria D. Wilkesbook 11
On Top of Concord Hill by Maria D. Wilkesbook 12
Across the Rolling River by Celia Wilkinsbook 13
Little City by the Lake by Celia Wilkinsbook 14
A Little House of Their Own by Celia Wilkinsbook 15
Santa Comes to Little House by Laura Ingalls Wilder17.5
Nellie Oleson Meets Laura Ingalls by Heather Williamsbook 19.2
Old Town in the Green Groves : Laura Ingalls Wilder's Lost Little House Years by Cynthia Rylantbook 19.5
Mary Ingalls on Her Own (Little House) by Elizabeth Cody Kimmelbook 22.2
The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder24
Little House on Rocky Ridge by Roger Lea MacBride25
On the Way Home: The Diary of a Trip from South Dakota to Mansfield, Missouri, in 1894 by Laura Ingalls Wilder25.5
Little Farm in the Ozarks by Roger Lea MacBride26
In the Land of the Big Red Apple by Roger Lea MacBride27
On the Other Side of the Hill by Roger Lea MacBride28
Little Town in the Ozarks by Roger Lea MacBridebook 29
New Dawn on Rocky Ridge by Roger Lea MacBridebook 30
On the Banks of the Bayou by Roger Lea MacBridebook 31
Bachelor Girl by Roger Lea MacBridebook 32

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The complete series of Little House novels - original books by Laura Ingalls Wilder, and additional books written about Laura's ancestors and daughter Rose.

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