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Words From A Fearless Heart ❴PDF / Epub❵ ✅ Words From A Fearless Heart Author Laura Ingalls Wilder – Buyprobolan50.co.uk This charming gift book contains uotes such as To laugh and forget is one of the saving graces and Our hearts are mostly in the right place but we seem to be weak in the head all of which offer a litt This charming gift book contains uotes such A Fearless Kindle Ï as To laugh and forget is one of the Words From MOBI :º saving graces and Our hearts are mostly in the right place but we seem to be weak From A Fearless eBook ´ in the head all of which offer a little encouragement whenever needed Wilder's strong values and winsome reflections make this a wonderful and inspirational gift to share with friends.

  • Hardcover
  • 138 pages
  • Words From A Fearless Heart
  • Laura Ingalls Wilder
  • English
  • 14 March 2016
  • 9780785277231

About the Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder

Ingalls wrote a series of historical fiction A Fearless Kindle Ï books for children based on her childhood growing up Words From MOBI :º in a pioneer family She also wrote a regular newspaper column and kept a diary as an From A Fearless eBook ´ adult moving from South Dakota to Missouri the latter of which has been published as a book.



10 thoughts on “Words From A Fearless Heart

  1. Ramona Ramona says:

    I have been a fan Mrs Wilder ever since my mother bought my first Laura Ingalls Wilder boxes gifts setI just love her gift to tell a story Decide to share with the world

  2. Karen & Gerard Karen & Gerard says:

    After being married 16 years I decided to start reading some of my husband’s books that are in our bookcases and this is one of them Words From a Fearless Heart—A collection of wit wisdom and whimsy by Laura Ingalls Wilder is a delightful read especially since I always enjoyed watching “Little House on the Prairie” This goes very uickly and is as the title suggests collection of short bits of wisdom wit and whimsy It’s a great little book to read when you just have a few minutes I especially enjoyed the musing on pioneer eating that showed the huge contrast between then and our healthy focus on eating today Back then not only did they eat lots of meat but it was heavily salted Lard was used when cooking or baking and fried potatoes were a staple cooked in lard Butter and sugar was considered good for you In fact sugar was considered “essential to growing child’s health—a nutritious food” I recommend this uick inspirational read to anyone but especially to fans of Little House on the Prairie and Laura IngallsKaren's review

  3. Holly (The Grimdragon) Holly (The Grimdragon) says:

    I discovered this during a leisurely Sunday roam around the library I had never heard of this book but as a big fan of Laura Ingalls Wilder I thought it would be interestingMeh I love uotes but it gets a bit old reading uote after uote I enjoyed the little stories interspersed throughout However there was one definite inconsistency Just off of the top of my head without looking into it I cannot be bothered right now the story with Nellie Oleson is strange considering she is a fictional character How do things like this slip through editing? I was expecting to learn something or at least be entertained It was okay some of the uotes were lovely It just wasn't my cup of tea

  4. Jody Jody says:

    I didn't think at first I was going to like this book Reading uote after uote becomes tedious after awhile However interspersed within the uotes are snippets of information some that I hadn't read before such as Almanzo's stroke when he was thirty one I was surprised in Chapter 6 that it mentions a favorite story of Laura's involved Nellie Oleson since it is known Nellie was a fictionalized character Chapter 10 refers to Laura's Mother as Caroline Lake uinter Ingalls instead of uiner Regardless the book can give you some insight into Laura's basic personality and it's a short enjoyable read

  5. Rosa Cline Rosa Cline says:

    This book has compiled sayings and thoughts of Laura Each chapter has a few paragraphs written by someone else summarizing up an event or something within Laura's life But most of the book is just small tidbits of Laura's sayings and or personal thoughts Was really interesting to read them knowing she felt this way in the early 1900's and most are the way we feel today

  6. Shannon Shannon says:

    There's something kind of cheap about putting together a book of uotes even if they are by the neatest woman alive

  7. Marti Marti says:

    Always going to love Laura Ingalls Wilder

  8. Tera Tera says:

    If wasn't such a freak for Little House on the Praire I never would have pushed through this one But c'mon it's half pint? How could I stop?

  9. Rosa Cline Rosa Cline says:

    4 star

  10. Wendy Mills Wendy Mills says:

    This was an enjoyable book to read Filled with warm and witty wisdom from Laura Ingalls Wilder

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