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I've been on a Little House on the Prairie kick lately. It'll find its way to the blog soon...

15 comments:

  1. I love those books. Such happy memories reading them as a child, and again (and again) as an adult. I love Garth Williams' illustrations. The illustrations I remember most are from "On the Banks of Plum Creek"-- Laura poking at the badger (? I think it was a badger) with a stick, and Laura holding on to the wooden bridge when she fell off into the creek.

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  2. I love Little House books! They were the first books I really feel in love with! :)

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  3. Hi Mollie - just discovered your blog through Pinterest and LOVE everything about it! Thanks for the super-cute printables and for another inspiring spot to visit!

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  4. Love these books! I always wanted to try the maple syrup in the snow when I was younger!! Enjoy :)

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  5. Little house on the Prairie!! Sounds like a great way to spend a Saturday to me =)

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  6. I was visiting my mom and stepdad for a few weeks, and I started reading the set I gave her a decade ago! They will always be timeless!

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  7. Oh my, that exact chapter is my all-time favourite part of all the Little House on the Prairie series! I remember reading it when I was little, and wishing we had maple trees and that it snowed as much where I lived as in the books!... I hope you're enjoying the book as much as I did - they're absolute classics in my eyes :) x

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  8. I loved these books so much as a child... and the tv series, too.
    I'm so happy that they are still so popular.

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  9. LOVE LOVE LOVE these books!

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  10. How grand is this...that chapter looks so sweet and refreshing. I must look for this!

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  11. Love! I read all the books last December as a Christmas treat. I relished in all the descriptions of cooking, building and making things. She wrote such a great piece of history down!

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  12. I read the series for the first time last year. I remember reading some as a little girl, but I don't remember the whole thing. It coincided with my sister watching the entire series of the television show, so we are both rightly obsessed with Little House on the Prairie at age 28.

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  13. Oh! How fun!!! I totally need to check these out (I've been hunting for a new book/series to read... My list is HUGE, haha.)

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  14. I just finished reading that one! :)

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