This is the third book in Laura Ingalls Wilder’s beloved “Little House” series, following “The Little House” and “Farmer Boy”. In this installment, readers follow young Pa on his adventures as a wagonmaker in the big city. As always, Wilder’s warm and engaging writing brings her characters to life, making for an enjoyable listening experience for children of all ages.
For who is this book for ?
- Engaging writing brings characters to life
- Entertaining listening experience for children of all ages
- Beloved “Little House” series
- The third book in a series is often not the strongest
- Some listeners may find it difficult to follow along without pictures
- The stories can be somewhat repetitive
Learn more about the author
Laura Ingalls Wilder was born in 1867 on a farm in Wisconsin. She wrote about her childhood experiences growing up on the frontier in her “Little House” series of books, which have been read and loved by generations of children. Little House on the Prairie, the third book in this series, tells the story of Pa’s adventures as a wagonmaker in big-city St. Louis. Published in 1935, it remains one of Wilder’s most popular titles today.
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“One of the most beloved stories ever written for children.”
“I grew up reading the Little House books, and I’m so excited my own kids are getting to experience them too. The storytelling is gentle and warm, with just enough detail to bring each character alive without overwhelming young listeners. My 3-year old was riveted!”