|Stephen W. Hines.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||224 / 2018|
The creator of the Little House series survived the harshness of frontier life—from storms and crop losses to illness and unrelenting loneliness—yet through every season, Laura Ingalls Wilder found strength in her relationship with God, notes Stephen Hines. Referencing her books, her newspaper columns, and interviews with people who knew her, Hines creates a rounded portrait of Wilder, revealing an authentic faith that comes not from pretending all is well but from growing through difficult times. Along with photos and recipes from the Little House era, this book also opens a wider window onto the lives of the pioneer culture in which Wilder was born and grew to maturity.