Laura Ingalls Wilder's stories about growing up on the frontier have inspired and enthralled young readers for generations. "Little House on the Prairie," and her other books chronicled her experiences surviving on the nineteenth-century American frontier. This accessible biography of Laura Ingalls Wilder follows the real events of her life from her early childhood spent in a log cabin to her later years as an acclaimed author. Readers will be captivated by Wilder's determination and staunch spirit in overcoming obstacles in that bygone era. Vocabulary and fact boxes provide readers with additional opportunities to engage their minds and satisfy their curiosity.
Series: Britannica Beginner Bios IV
Interest Level: Grades 1-5
Guided Reading Level: L
Lexile Level: 930
ISBN: 9781680488180 (E-book)