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Ask The Experts: The Long Winter

Why was The Long Winter so long?

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Ask the Experts: Foreign Translations of the Books

What foreign editions of the Little House books are available?

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Ask the Experts: UK Editions of the Little House Series

What Little House books were published in the UK? Sarah Uthoff assists a reader on the hunt for books for her daughter.

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Ask the Experts: Where Is This "Naughty" Quote From?

Who said “sooner or later something dreadful happens” about being naughty?

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Ask the Experts: Biography About Laura Ingalls Wilder?

Fans weigh in on the best of Laura’s biographical works.

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Ask the Experts: Source for Hardback Books?

On the heels of the last post, and with Christmas right around the bend, I thought this would be a great time to post the following question: Do you know of any source(s) where I can purchase the entire 9-book

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Ask the Experts: When were the Little House Books Published in Paperback?

Do you know when the first paperbacks were printed on the series of Little House books?  I found a set that says 1953 newly illustrated uniform edition printed 1953 by Harper and Row. I can’t find anything to verify that

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Ask the Experts: What sickness did Ma have?

A reader asks: What sickness did Ma have during their time in Walnut Grove?

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Ask the Experts: A Little House Wedding?

Suggestions for a Little House Wedding.

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A reader asks (and readers weigh in) which one or two books would be recommended for learning more about Laura and the frontier experience.

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