Another Source for Unabridged Martha & Charlotte Books

June 16, 2007 @ 9:53 am | Filed under: Little House

Karen E. noticed that has a selection of the original, unabridged editions of some of my Martha and Charlotte books for reasonable prices, if you’re still looking.

The abridged versions are in the bookstores now, and please note that although the covers say "by Melissa Wiley," I declined to have any involvement in the cutting down. I have not read them. I did notice that one of my fairy tales in Highlands was pulled out and reprinted in the back of the book, under a heading about how "Martha loved when her mother told her stories." Eek.

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  1. My children and I love the Laura Ingalls Wilder Books. I’m going to have to see if our library has any of The Martha Years and/or The Charlotte Years. If not, I’m going to ask for inter-library loan or request they consider purchasing some. Oh I’ve got to scout these out and find them for us to read.