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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Wilder, Laura Ingalls, 1867-1957.
Little house in the Ozarks.
Nashville, Tenn. : T. Nelson, c1991
|Named Person:||Laura Ingalls Wilder; Laura Ingalls Wilder; Laura Ingalls Wilder|
|Material Type:||Biography, Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Laura Ingalls Wilder; Stephen W Hines
|Description:||315 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Her husbands partner. Let's visit Mrs. Wilder --
Our little place in the Ozarks --
When is a settler and old settler? --
The march of progress --
My dream house --
How to furnish a home --
Rocky Ridge farm --
We revel in water! --
My apple orchard --
Heirs of the ages. Nothing new under the sun. Sweet Williams --
The Findleys strive for an education --
"A spirit of sadness over it all" --
Classed as illiterates --
Our next president --
Our brains--and providence --
The man of the place --
Kind hearts --
The wanton destruction of trees --
Be true to yourself --
Love of home --
Far in the future --
The great woods have been destroyed --
Income and expenses --
Compensations. The garden of our lives. I don't now what the world is coming to --
Make your garden! --
Parable of wild fruit --
Are you your children's confidant? --
Kinfolks or mere reelations? --
Troubles grow as we talk about them --
We keep right on eating --
Keep journeying on --
Getting the worst of it --
The source of improvement --
A man's word is all he has --
The helping hand of helpfulness --
Growing older. Have you seen any faires lately? Fairies still appear to those with seeing eyes --
Where sunshine fairies go --
Naughty four o'clocks --
The fairy dew drop --
When sunshine fairies rest --
The fairies in the sunshine --
Lesson from an Irish fable. The rush of work. Tired to death with work --
Going after the cows --
Mrs. Jones takes the rest cure --
Let's not depend on experts --
When proverbs quarrel --
Farmers--need more wives? --
Does it pay to be idle? --
Join 'don't worry' club --
A fool and his son are soon parted --
A day off now and then --
About work --
When the blues descend --
Life is an adventure. A great many interesting things. The hard winter --
The Friday night literary --
On chickens and hawks --
Times and things --
When Grandma pioneered --
Make a new beginning --
Having a family motto --
The first frost --
Our fair and our fancy --
Chasing thistledown --
What became of the time we saved? --
Just a question of tact --
The old dash churn --
Christmas when I was sixteen. Give me just one logical reason. Five dollar prize for women --
Dear farm women --
Why should I stay? ; Church and school privileges --
Here's hope deferred --
Pioneering on an Ozark farm --
Whom will you marry? A new day for women. Shorter hours for the farm home manager --
A woman's power and the vote --
The woman's place --
Two heads are better than one --
Women's work? --
Women's duty at the polls --
Daily tasks are not small things --
Thoughts on the role of women and divorce --
The home beauty parlor --
What women can add to politics --
This and that--a neighborly visit with Laura --
New day for women. If we would but open our eyes. The creative chemistry of life --
The light we throw --
A few minutes with a poet --
Good neighbors --
A constant friend --
What would you do? --
To stand by ourselves --
An autumn day. The war, the terrible. Each in his place --
Left out and pushed about --
The war, the terrible --
Getting down to first causes --
Are we too busy? --
Make every minute count --
A wish for the present --
Glory! what days in which to live! --
Our code of honor --
When the war ended --
Peace on earth. Surley worth the effort. Administer advice in small doses --
Keeping friends --
We always pay for the "need" --
Learning something new --
The hidden cost of getting what we want --
Early training counts --
Don't call on the government all of the time --
Pies and poetry --
Simplify, simplify --
Think for yourself --
The blessings of the year. The greatness and goodness of God. Everyday implications of the golden rule --
Thanks for benefits bestowed --
Thanks for the harvest --
Harvest of the soul --
A dog's a dog for a' that --
Let us be just --
Do the right thing always --
The armor of a smile --
Laura and Mary quarrel at Thanksgiving --
Not so bad off --
Honor and duty --
If we only understood --
The things that matter --
"Mother passed away."
|Responsibility:||Laura Ingalls Wilder ; edited by Stephen W. Hines.|
- Wilder, Laura Ingalls, -- 1867-1957 -- Homes and haunts -- Ozark Mountains.
- Authors, American -- Homes and haunts -- Ozark Mountains.
- Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography.
- Women pioneers -- Ozark Mountains -- Biography.
- Frontier and pioneer life -- Ozark Mountains.
- Ozark Mountains -- Social life and customs.
- Ozark Mountains -- Literary collections.
- Wilder, Laura Ingalls, -- 1867-1957 -- Homes and haunts -- Ozark Mountains -- Juvenile literature.
- Authors, American -- Homes and haunts -- Ozark Mountains -- Juvenile literature.
- Authors, American -- 20th century -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
- Women pioneers -- Ozark Mountains -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
- Frontier and pioneer life -- Ozark Mountains -- Juvenile literature.
- Ozark Mountains -- Social life and customs -- Juvenile literature.
- Ozark Mountains -- Literary collections -- Juvenile literature.
- Authors, American -- 20th Century -- Biography.
- Wilder, Laura Ingalls, 1867-1957 -- Homes and haunts -- Ozark Mountains.
- Wilder, Laura Ingalls, -- 1867-1957.
- Authors, American.
- Authors, American -- Homes and haunts.
- Frontier and pioneer life.
- Manners and customs.
- Women pioneers.
- United States -- Ozark Mountains.