Little House in the Ozarks: The Rediscovered Writings by Laura Ingalls Wilder [FIRST EDITION] 1991 • Thomas Nelson
Little House in the Ozarks: The Rediscovered Writings by Laura Ingalls Wilder edited by Stephen W. Hines
FIRST EDITION  THOMAS NELSON
3rd printing. Oversized hardcover first edition.
Hardcover with dust jacket in very good condition.
Dust jacket has a few sealed edge tears, tanning and a few small stains; but is overall very nice. Now housed in a new brodart jacket protector.
Book itself is near mint and reads as new; slightly crushed corner near top of spine. Otherwise excellent!
In more than 140 articles and essays collected here for all to enjoy, this beloved author's writings on American life during a simpler time abound with humor and spunk that transcend the years. Laura Ingalls Wilder -- beloved author of one of the world's most treasured children's series, the Little House books -- wrote articles on a dizzying array of topics; articles that sparkle with her timeless wit and wisdom. Her interesting and insightful views on the changes motor cars and highways brought to her small town; the need to conserve natural resources; the role of women in the work force and in politics -- nothing seemed to escape her keen observation.
With a foresight that is astounding, Wilder's many articles examine in depth the ways of life in this country during the late 1800s and early 1900s with a wisdom that holds relevance for our lives even today.