Item description for Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Biography (Little House) by Laura Ingalls Wilder...
The authoritative expert of the Little House series `chronicles the life of author Wilder in a readable biography that is easily accessible to [readers of] the Little House books. Particularly interesting are the sections that fill in the gaps in Wilder's stories'including the time spent in Burr Oak, Iowa, and the years following her marriage to Almanzo Wilder.' 'BL.
1990 Washington Post/Children's Book Guild Award for Nonfiction
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.6" Width: 5.1" Height: 0.7" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher Harper Collins Publishers
ISBN 0064461033 ISBN13 9780064461030 UPC 046594006998
Availability 18 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 20, 2017 05:09.
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More About Laura Ingalls Wilder
Anderson has written extensively about the Ingalls and Wilder families, and is the editor of A Little House Reader. This is his first picture book for HarperCollins.
Reviews - What do customers think about Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Biography (Little House)?
Great a must read! Dec 12, 2003
You should read this book! It had depth and it wasn't boring like some civil war books can be. It has a childish view of war in the beging and in the end it turns out to be a more wide range of hope, love, trust, and understanding of what war is.
Reviewed by 5th Graders (Coal Creek Elem. BVSD) Mar 13, 2002
This book is set in the Civil War in the midst of the heated battles between freedom fighting Kansas Jayhawkers and the slavery defending Missouri Bushwackers. Lije Tulley, the main character, is the son of a Jayhawker that is blessed by the famous John Brown at the very beginning of the book. Lije's father, Jake Cousins, and Lije went on a slave raid and are lured into a trap, and are shot by a man named Prentiss. Lije narrowly escapes death but not without a beating. The death of his father spurred a deep emotion for revenge. That emotion leads to Lije becoming a spy for the Jayhawkers. In the end Lije encounters his father's killer and discovers something about him. This book tells how people in the Civil War were neither good or bad, just with different opinions. I recommend this book since it is suspenseful and exhilarating.
Jayhawker Jul 1, 2000
The story of Lije Tulley and his experiences as a Kansas Jayhawker and spy among the Missouri Bushwhackers is interesting and exciting. Lije is forced to grow up quickly as he becomes immersed in both sides of the slavery issue. His romantic notions of war and killing are challenged by harsh reality. He struggles with the notion of violence while trying to do what he feels is right. Historical situations and characters are believably blended into this fictional account. Recommended reading for whole classes in the middle grades in conjunction with Civil War study, or individual reading for ages 11 and up.
Jayhawker Apr 20, 2000
I read this book for my English class and really enjoyed it. I hope that everyone who reads this review will do themselves a favor and read Jayhawker. Even if you aren't a fan of Civil War material you will enjoy this book.
jayhawker was about Lije Tully beatin on missouri dudes Sep 26, 1999
i really hated this book. it annoyed me cause he was all liking that girl and writing notes in hollow trees and that stupid prentiss dude keep strutin' his stuff and all. i hated it.