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The Little House Collection by Laura Ingalls Wilder
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Jun 14, 11


These books taught me to fall in love with reading. Not only did these books teach me so much about life in general *such as how to make cheese from scratch* but they really just expanded my worldview as a child. I have a great sense of nostalgia when I think of this series. But more than that, I feel that Laura Ingalls Wilder had such a gift for storytelling. Her literary voice is just beautiful. The stories were humorous, and touching, and you always wanted things to turn out for the best for the family (and it did, in the end). Classics that will be a wholesome, entertaining read for all generations--who doesn't love a realistic glimpse into early Americana? Her phrasing and diction are impeccable. Yup, I'd read this story as a 25 year old, and love as much as I did when I was an 8 yr. old, but perhaps with a deeper understanding.
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