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My Little House Crafts Book: 18 Projects from Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House Stories Paperback – March 21, 1998
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Carolyn Strom Collins and Christina Wyss Eriksson grew up reading the Little House books. Hoping to answer some of their questions about Laura and Little House, they visited every Little House site and museum and did in-depth research on Laura and her family. The result is The World of Little House. Both authors live with their families in the St. Paul-Minneapolis area of Minnesota, about a four-hour drive from where Laura lived in On the Banks of Plum Creek. In addition to writing The World of Little House, they are also the authors of My Little House Crafts Book, The Anne of Green Gables Treasury, and The Little Women Treasury.
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How about showing some of the REAL projects that we read about in the Little House books, like the dresses that Laura and Mary laid out by drafting patterns on old newspaper, or the cabinetry that Almanzo built to delight his wife?
Aside from very young children, the handy people described in the Little House books manufactured items that were more useful and complex than Brownie Scout camp crafts. That it bears the "Little House" brand name does not separate this book from the pack.
We did the button string project with the kids at the party because we already had a lot of buttons around the house. The girls had fun stringing the buttons, but the end product isn't that impressive -- just buttons on a string. I think the corn cob doll could have been another possibility to try, but I didn't know that I would have enough adult help to get that to work. Wished that there were more crafts in the book suitable for my daughter's age. But I see other reviews where people wanted to have more difficult crafts. You can't please everyone.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Can't wait to give to my granddaughters who have been studying the books.Published 2 months ago by Lisa L Banks
Simple and quick projects! It takes you back to sweet times.Published 5 months ago by Gracie Ramirez
This is perfect for our granddaughters who have just travelled across the states to Colorado and on the way visited the Ingalls farm and had a ride in the covered wagon!Published 6 months ago by Rosemary
Some good projects, but many not all that easy to make, especially for young children. Wish more crafts had been included like the paper cut stars (On the Banks of Plum... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jenabea20
Great for anyone who enjoys the Little House books. Includes craft ideas from many of the books.Published 12 months ago by garlic gal
I bought this book as a birthday gift for my daughter. She has been reading the Little House books and this looked like fun. The book arrived ahead of schedule and as described. Read morePublished on September 11, 2013 by Christopher Harward