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    • Jeffrey Thomas-Ledesma

      Laura Ingalls Wilder, Author of the Little House book series.

    • Dean Butler

      Laura Ingalls Wilder began her writing career as a middle aged woman and became one of the best selling authors in history.

    • Sharon Pisacreta

      Laura Ingalls Wilder (Feb. 7, 1867 – Feb. 10, 1957) was an American writer, most notably the author of the Little House on the Prairie series for children.

    • Sandi Dubble

      Laura Ingalls Wilder - pioneer woman! I have loved her books since I was a child, I still read them over and over again and can't wait to start sharing them with my little girl. Smart, hard-working, articulate, truly the "stuff" America was founded on - people who dared to go where no one had gone before! One of America's greatest authors.

    • Laura Norberg

      Laura Ingalls Wilder...a very inspiring woman and author whom I was named after and.

    • Tillie

      Laura Ingalls Wilder (1867-1957) - Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder is a celebrated American Author whose childhood in the Old West led her to write a series of what is known as the "Little House" books, including "Little House on the Prairie" for which a popular television show in the 1970's and early 80's about her writings would be named

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