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Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Iowa Story (original 1990; edition 1989)

by William Anderson (Author)

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What happened next in the Little House series? William Anderson s research and writing helps fill in the gaps of the famous pioneer family story, which has been loved for generations. Laura Ingalls Wilder s books describe her own family s life as they traveled through the American heartland in search of a home. William Anderson has picked up the story, telling of the later lives of the Ingalls and Wilder families. Illustrated with historic photos and family pictures, these titles are a perfect complement to Little House on the Prairie and the many other titles made famous by Laura Ingalls Wilder."… (more)
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Title:Laura Ingalls Wilder: The Iowa Story
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Info:Laura Ingalls Wilder Park & Museum (1989), Edition: 1st, 62 pages
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In appreciation of

EVELYN UNDERBAKKE

for her many years of volunteer service as curator of the childhood home of Laura Ingalls Wilder in Burr Oak, Iowa.
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Introduction:  Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Little House" books are perhaps the greatest literary achievements of their kind written in the twentieth century.
When readers of Laura Ingalls Wilder's "Little House series complete the last chapter of On the Banks of Plum Creek, a satisfied feeling of contentment is evident.
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What happened next in the Little House series? William Anderson s research and writing helps fill in the gaps of the famous pioneer family story, which has been loved for generations. Laura Ingalls Wilder s books describe her own family s life as they traveled through the American heartland in search of a home. William Anderson has picked up the story, telling of the later lives of the Ingalls and Wilder families. Illustrated with historic photos and family pictures, these titles are a perfect complement to Little House on the Prairie and the many other titles made famous by Laura Ingalls Wilder."

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