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FOUR Days!

Who’s ready for some Little House love? Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books are so rich with history.

It was easy for me to think about what I wanted to research and share with readers. A few (of the many) things I shared about were ice houses, tin peddlers (and rags), the plague of locusts, claim shanties, railroad towns, teenage teachers, and self-turning doughnuts.

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If you’ve ever been curious about some of the history behind the Little House books--the people or American history, I hope you’ll read The Laura Ingalls Wilder Companion: A Chapter-by-Chapter Guide.

Take a peak inside! (You can also see more with Amazon's Look Inside feature. affiliate link)


There's still time to pre-order your copy! Just let your local book store know or order it online.

Happy Trails! ~ Annette 


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