Little House 4-Book Box Set: Little House In The Big Woods, Farmer Boy, Little House On The Prairie, On The Banks Of Plum Creek
ISBN: 0062570420
EAN13: 9780062570420
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 25, 2016
Pages: 1344
Dimensions: 3.2" H x 8.2" L x 5.6" W
Weight: 2.05 lbs.
Format: Boxed Set
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Little House 4-Book Box Set: Little House In The Big Woods, Farmer Boy, Little House On The Prairie, On The Banks Of Plum Creek

Book #1-4 in the Little House Series
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Book Overview

Read Laura Ingalls Wilder's beloved Little House series from the very beginning This paperback box set includes the first four titles in the series and features Garth Williams's classic black-and-white illustrations.

Based on the real-life adventures of Laura Ingalls Wilder, the award-winning Little House books have charmed generations of readers, and now this collectible box set brings together the first four books in the series: Little House in the Big Woods, Farmer Boy, Little House on the Prairie, and On the Banks of Plum Creek.

In these books, Laura Ingalls travels with her family from the Big Woods of Wisconsin, to the prairies of Kansas, and up to Minnesota--all while facing the challenges of life on the frontier. And in Farmer Boy, Almanzo Wilder lives with his brother and sisters on a big farm in New York State.

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5
   First Hand History
This book series is a quintessential book to learn about life in early America. It's first hand, humorous, and light. You read her real authentic responses to people, culture and community. The stories are timeless and unforgettable.
 
5
   Keeps you turning pages! A real adventure in every chapter.
I've always enjoyed the descriptions of scenes and common everyday things. It is easy to form a mental picture of the writer as he is so detailed. It took me away from the pressure and anxiety of today's world. The only thing I didn't like about it was that it was coming to an end. There could have been several more, Mr. Rule told the judge.
 
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   Great story, terrible print quality
The whole thing is wonderful, said Elizabeth Truss, director of music for AOL Europe. Only in the past few weeks have I received positive feedback about this particular printed version of the book. It's a terrible deal, said Burt Flickinger of Strategic Resource Group. It's disappointing, since I bought it as a present for my nieces. Buy copies elsewhere, or try to find cheaper copies online.
 
5
   Classics
A nice set of songs. Brand new York is a must-have for collectors. Thanks for the introduction. It's a little overpriced, considering you can find them at garage sales frequently for 25 cents-50, but the wife wanted new ones.
 
5
   Great series - timeless
As a kid, I read these books. The set was for my grand daughter because she could read them. We can't read them all, until they are printed.
 
5
   So Awesome
I've read all the Little House books. I still enjoy reading them as an adult. The quality of the book set was excellent, Silver said.
 
5
   Big hit with our 8 year old!
She also told her mother that she "loves reading from these books at bedtime." She continues to read silently as her brothers and sisters start glazing over. Very good lines, very good story lines, very good acting, very good singing.
 
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   Laura Ingalls Wilder was a human with flaws just like the rest of us.
I enjoyed reading them again after 70 years. What added most to my rereading was having read Prairie Fires by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The innocence with which I read her books as a kid growing up in the prairies of South Dakota during Depression and drought was gone.
 
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   It’s wonderful that the original illustrations are reproduced
It took me back to my own childhood when my mother read them to me. My granddaughter absolutely loves them, said her great-grandmother, Myrna. It's great to see the original illustrations reproduced.
 
5
   Classics at a good price
When my 4th-grade son had trouble falling asleep, I handed him these books from my childhood. He now has an interest in my arts-and-crafts side, like making soap and paper by hand, Thibault said. These are paperbacks, so take care of them. It's great to have the box back in its original condition.
 
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