The combination of video, photographs, book illustrations, and new illustrations take the viewer back in time to Laura's childhood and adult life. The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder is an exceptional documentary full of imagery and information; it is ideal for fans of Little House. It goes beyond the Little House books and tells the whole story of the life of Laura.
I highly recommend Little House on the Prairie: The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder.
If you have read much about Laura, you may recognize some of the people who are interviewed in The Legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Pamela Hill Smith (who annotated the LIW's autobiography Pioneer Girl) and William Anderson (author of many books about LIW) are both interviewed. Author and illustrator Cheryl Harness captures the pioneer stories with new illustrations made just for the documentary. (Links are to my reviews.)
Interested? I hope you are! View the documentary's trailer at the new Little House on the Prairie website, which is a great resource. While there, be sure to enter the Prize Package Giveaway.
What is your favorite Laura Ingalls Wilder resource?
This documentary was provided for review purposes. All opinions are my own including this is well-worth the $20 for purchase!
~ Annette Whipple
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