Out on the prairie for Year of the Classic


June 3, 2012 by Heidi

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Hi friends!  Today I’m guest posting over at one of my favorite blogs, The Readventurer, for their wonderful feature, The Year of the ClassicThe Readventurer is hosted by Flannery, Tatiana, and Catie, all wonderful ladies with a discerning eye for reviews and fantastic features like in-depth Book vs. Movie analysis, and fun off the beaten path readalike recommendations.  My new favorite is She Made Me Do It where they each challenge one another to read one of three books selected for them.  So far, it’s been a success, but there’s bound to be a train wreck somewhere up the trail.  And who among you doesn’t want to bear witness to all of that goodness?

book cover of Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder

The Year of the Classic is a feature in which we get the chance to gab about a classic we’ve loved.  My choice?  Little House on the Prairie.  If you too loved the Little House books as a child (or an adult!), or missed out on this must read, you should stop on by and join us!  I’ll give you a few tips and tricks about surviving the prairie.


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  1. You might be a victim of ours soon. Maybe each of us will rec you one and you can pick? Of course, whoever’s book you pick will obviously be you picking a favorite person. No pressure, though.

    • Heidi says:

      Can you see the panicked look in my eyes?! Because IT’S THERE! Also sweating a bit (can I just say my upper lip never sweats, and because this is the sweat MOST MENTIONED in books I sometimes think there is something wrong with me).

      ANYWAY I am in. Nervous, but in! 😛

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