Where to Find Unabridged Little House Books

October 14, 2008 @ 7:01 am | Filed under:

“Where can I find the unabridged editions of the Martha and Charlotte books” is one of the questions I am asked most frequently. I have set up a page to list any sources readers alert me to. If you spot the books somewhere, please let me know and I’ll add the information to this list.

Please note: none of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books have been abridged. You can find them anywhere!

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    Kate says:

    The unabridged versions of Beyond the Heather Hills and Across the Puddingstone Dam/ are available at http://www.christianbook.com

    They also have most of the original Caroline books.

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    Melissa Wiley says:

    Thanks, Kate—I’ve added it to the list.

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    Ginny says:

    Greetings in the Name of the Lord!

    I just discovered your books and then accidentally found your website. I was shocked and dismayed to discover the fatal end of the books. Ah, well, such is life… I am really enjoying them and I am planning on buying them as I can.

    Also, thank you for the food for thought that you have provided in regards to buying new books when you know the author is living (different post). I never thought of that before. 😀

    In Christ,


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    Hannah says:

    Thank you so very much for writing the Martha and Charlotte books. I always wondered what their lives were like, as well as Laura’s.
    Because I like them so much, being a dedicated Little House/historical fiction fan, I’m trying to get as many of the books as I can, in hardcover if possible (which can be quite difficult – there’s nothing worse than finding a new hardcover only to see the price and shriek, “Holy heck, it’s $200!!”). Still, your books are worth every cent. 🙂