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July 28, 2008

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Julie E.

I just re-read all the "Little House" books a year ago! Good stuff, and it's cool that Melissa Gilbert is now playing Caroline. You should definitely make a literary pilgrimage--I've made a few to Concord, Mass., and the surrounding areas to see where the Transcendentalists lived and worked. It's so great to be able to experience the places that are intrinsic to your literary passions.

Ti

I loved the Little House series but never read the books. I am anxious to do so, once my daughter gets a bit older. They would be fun to read together.

Darlene

I loved the Little House series on tv and the books. My mom and I read them together when I was younger and I reread them a few years back. That's so cool that Melissa Gilbert will play Caroline.

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