Did you love the Little House books by Laura Ingalls Wilder when you were a kid? I know I did. I wanted to be audacious and curious Laura, with her bonnet and her strong, fun Pa. Now, as an adult, I realize her life as pioneer girl was far from idyllic. Reading Caroline: Little House, Revisited by Sarah Miller made the dangers, struggles, and joys of life as a pioneer crystal clear. Caroline is a retelling of The Little House on the Prairie from Ma Ingall’s point of view. Sarah Miller’s historical research is impeccable, so much so that her loving recast of Wilder’s story has been given the stamp of approval by the Little House Heritage Trust.
Want to know more about Caroline?
WATCH this Facebook Live starring Sarah Miller, as she answers questions about her novel and about her research.
READ an excerpt from the book.
ENTER FOR A CHANCE TO WIN a copy of Caroline, along with paperbacks of all of Wilder’s original Little House novels.
Caroline is on sale now in paperback wherever books are sold, and includes a discussion guide and a behind the book essay by Miller.