Little House Books In Order

Introduction – The Little House books were written by American author Laura Ingalls Wilder and published between 1932 and 1943. These books tell the story of her family’s life on the American frontier in the late 19th century.

1. Little House in the Big Woods (1932) – This book is the first of the Little House series and tells the story of the Ingalls family living in the big woods of Wisconsin. It follows their daily life as they hunt, fish, and farm the land.

2. Farmer Boy (1933) – This book tells the story of Almanzo Wilder, Laura’s future husband, and his childhood growing up on a farm in New York. It follows his adventures as he helps his family with their farm work.

3. Little House on the Prairie (1935) – This book tells the story of the Ingalls family as they move to Kansas and start a new life on the prairie. It follows them as they build a house and farm the land.

4. On the Banks of Plum Creek (1937) – This book tells the story of the Ingalls family as they move to Minnesota and settle on the banks of Plum Creek. It follows their struggles as they try to make a home in the harsh environment.

5. By the Shores of Silver Lake (1939) – This book tells the story of the Ingalls family as they move to the Dakota Territory and settle near the shores of Silver Lake. It follows their struggles as they try to make a living in the harsh environment.

6. The Long Winter (1940) – This book tells the story of the Ingalls family during the harsh winter of 1880-1881. It follows their struggles to survive the cold and the famine that threatens their lives.

7. Little Town on the Prairie (1941) – This book tells the story of the Ingalls family as they move to De Smet, South Dakota and start a new life in the little town. It follows their struggles to make a living in the harsh environment.

8. These Happy Golden Years (1943) – This book tells the story of Laura Ingalls as she finishes her schooling and starts teaching in the little town of De Smet. It follows her adventures as she learns about life, love, and growing up.