A Little (or a lot) About Laura

Don’t we all just love Laura? From her Pioneer roots Laura grew up to be inspiring both in life and in death. Read my posts below to learn more about her amazing life.

a little (or a lot) about Laura | Laura Ingalls Wilder | The 1000th Voice blog

(After this month, I’ll continue to update this page as I write more about Laura.)

Start here to read a general overview of Laura’s life.

Happy 4th of July!

A Reflection on Little House in the Big Woods Little House on the Prairie

“I’ve been playing Laura ever since I was three.” An Interview with Sarah Uthoff

A few reflections on Farmer Boy

“From first read, I was obsessed with my life as Laura, and set out live like her in every possible way.” An Interview with Kelly Kathleen Ferguson

Laying poetry down Laura Ingalls Wilder style.

De Smet Musings. Going back to the Little Town on the Prairie but not for braces like that one time.

Reflections on On the Banks of Plum Creek and By the Shores of Silver Lake

Have a toe-tapping good time with the Music of the Little House.

Pa Knows Best. Collected wisdom from the Ingalls family patriarch.

Imagining Mary with Claire Danes’ Little Women cry face. Reflections on The Long Winter.

Some reflections on Little Town on the Prairie.

Bombing main prairie style. Reflections on These Happy Golden Years.

When the story gets sad in The First Four Years.

An account of the Wilder family’s move to Missouri in On the Way Home.

A collection of Laura’s pre-Little House writing in The Little House Reader

Finding Laura world in The Wilder Life.

An interview with Wendy McClure.

Smart people keep discovering more and more reasons for me to feel ambivalent about Rose. On Rose and Her Animosity

2 thoughts on “A Little (or a lot) About Laura

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