Little House in the Big Woods

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Harper Collins, 2007 - 224 頁

Laura Ingalls and her family live deep in the Big Woods of Wisconsin. Their log cabin is surrounded by miles of trees, and their closest neighbors are bears, wolves, and panthers. Daily chores keep Laura and her sister Mary busy, but they still find time to go exploring with their dog, Jack.

 

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用戶評語  - quinton.baran - LibraryThing

I just finished reading this to my boys. I read it several times when I was a child and enjoyed it and that has not changed as an adult. This book is full of innocence - anecdotes of secluded life in ... 閱讀評論全文

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用戶評語  - delphimo - LibraryThing

What a joy and an honest look at life in Wisconsin in the 1860’s. Laura Ingalls, a 4-year-old girl, relates the everyday struggle of life with clarity and joy. The story presents each season with the ... 閱讀評論全文

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Little House in the Big Woods
3
Winter Days
22
The Long Rifle
39
Christmas
50
Sundays
69
Two Big Bears
84
The Sugar Snow
98
Dance at Grandpas
109
Going to Town
129
Summertime
147
Harvest
166
The Wonderful Machine
177
The Deer in the Wood
191
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Wilder was born near Pepin, Wisconsin; attended school in DeSmet, South Dakota; and became a teacher before she was 16, teaching for seven years in Dakota Territory schools. She and her husband, Almanzo Wilder, farmed near DeSmet for about nine years and then moved to Mansfield, Missouri, where they lived out the rest of their days. Wilder did not write her first book, Little House in the Big Woods, about her early years in Wisconsin, until late in life, on the urging of her daughter, Rose Wilder Lane. It was first published in 1932. She followed this with Farmer Boy (1933), a book about her husband's childhood in New York State. She then completed a series of books about her life as she and her family moved westward along the frontier. Little House on the Prairie (1935) records the family's move to Kansas. On the Banks of Plum Creek (1937) describes the family's move to Minnesota. By the Shores of Silver Lake (1939) records the family's move to South Dakota, as do the final three books in the series: The Long Winter, Little Town on the Prairie (1941), and These Happy Golden Years (1943), which ends with her marriage to Almanzo Wilder. Three of Wilder's books were published posthumously: On the Way Home, a diary of her trip to Mansfield; The First Four Years, an unfinished book about her first four years of marriage; and West from Home, letters she wrote on a visit to her daughter in San Francisco, none of them up to the quality of her earlier books. At her best, Wilder employs a clear, simple style, a wealth of fascinating detail, and a straightforward narrative style. Her tales of a strong, traditional frontier family that endures the hardships of the late eighteenth century are seen through the eyes of a child, which endears them to young readers. Her work is possibly the best example of historical realistic fiction for children.

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