Little House Country: A Photo Guide to the Home Sites of Laura Ingalls Wilder
Little House Country provides a graphic, full-color tour through the locales of the famous pioneer books by Wilder. Depicted in a chronological order ... Show synopsis Little House Country provides a graphic, full-color tour through the locales of the famous pioneer books by Wilder. Depicted in a chronological order are sites in Pepin, Wisconsin, Independence, Kansas, Burr Oak, Iowa, Walnut Grove, Minnesota, De Smet, South Dakota, Mansfield, Missouri. All Wilder sites are now preserved as historic places, and this book presents both the lands individual homes where the Ingalls and Wilders lived. Historic pictures and a map enrich the contemporary photography. Text keys to the sites as they appear in the "Little House" books, making this an indispensable complement to library or classroom readings of the pioneer saga. A letter from author Wilder to her young fans, and addresses of the present-day museums offer readers the option of further digging into the rich historic background of the "Little House" literature.