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Prairie Tale: A Memoir Paperback – February 16, 2010
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"Hold onto your sunbonnets... [Gilbert's] autobiography is no clean-cut family drama: It's chockablock with juicy tidbits."
About the Author
Melissa Gilbert starred as Laura Ingalls on the hit television show Little House on the Prairie. She has also starred in more than forty television movies and has served as president of the Screen Actors Guild. She currently serves as president of the Board of Directors of the Children’s Hospice and Palliative Care Coalition, where she works directly with chronically and terminally ill children to provide them with care and comfort. She resides in Los Angeles with her husband, actor Bruce Boxleitner, and her family. An entertaining, sometimes heartbreaking, but ultimately inspirational memoir by actress Melissa Gilbert 9
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After Little House my favorite movie she did was Zoya. So much talent. Thanks for sharing with us and thanks to Michael Landon for being so smart to choose you for the Half Pint role... one of the best shows ever on TV!!
A huge fan..........................
actors write biographies for Hollywood people to read. Outside of California, nobody cares about most of the stuff included in this book. Sorry Melissa, this was hard to get through. I read Corey Feldman's book recently too, and aside from the story, the writing style, name dropping and lots of the" let's feel bad for me" was the same. This will be the last book I read by a child star.
I found myself rejoicing with you, crying with you, wondering some things... but also inspired and enlightened.
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Little House went off the air the year I was born. I grew up watching and loving the show and rooting for the Ingalls family.Read more