Farmer Boy (Digital Audiobook)

By Laura Ingalls Wilder, Cherry Jones (Narrator)

Publication Date: February 6, 2017

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (4/8/2008)
Hardcover (1/1/1900)
Paperback (5/11/2004)
Hardcover (2/7/2017)
Prebound (10/1/1953)
Prebound, Spanish (5/1/1996)
Mass Market Paperback (1/1/2007)
Audio Cassette (3/1/2004)
Mass Market Paperback (4/1/2003)
Paperback (4/22/2018)
Library Binding (7/19/1961)
Prebound (1/1/2007)

Description

The second book in the treasured Little House series, Farmer Boy is Laura Ingalls Wilder’s beloved story of how her husband, Almanzo, grew up as a farmer boy far from the little house where Laura lived.

The nine Little House books have been cherished by generations of readers as both a unique glimpse into America’s frontier history and as heartwarming, unforgettable stories. The Little House series has captivated millions of readers with its depiction of life on the American frontier.

While Laura Ingalls grows up on the prairie, Almanzo Wilder is living on a big farm in New York State. Here Almanzo and his brother and sisters help with the summer planting and fall harvest. In winter there is wood to be chopped and great slabs of ice to be cut from the river and stored. Time for fun comes when the jolly tin peddler visits, or best of all, when the fair comes to town.

Almanzo wishes for just one thing—his very own horse—and he must prove that he is ready for such a big responsibility.



About the Author

Laura Ingalls Wilder (1867–1957) was born in a log cabin in the Wisconsin woods. With her family, she pioneered throughout America’s heartland during the 1870s and 1880s, finally settling in Dakota Territory. She married Almanzo Wilder in 1885; their only daughter, Rose, was born the following year. The Wilders moved to Rocky Ridge Farm at Mansfield, Missouri, in 1894, where they established a permanent home. After years of farming, Laura wrote the first of her beloved Little House books in 1932. The nine Little House books are international classics. Her writings live on into the twenty-first century as America’s quintessential pioneer story.