‘Caroline’ Ingalls Was One Strong Ma [REVIEW]


If you loved watching Little House on the Prairie as much as we did growing up, you’re going to love revisiting the Ingalls family in Sarah Miller’s new novel, Caroline.

Jathan & Heather

Little House on the Prairie side view with wagon When the Ingalls family left the comfort of Wisconsin, this was the place Caroline had to look forward to calling home. (Photo by Sheila Scarborough, Flickr)

Who didn’t grow up reading Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House on the Prairie books or watching the popular television series starring Melissa Gilbert, Michael Landon and Karen Grassle as Ma? For many of us, the Ingalls became such a part of our lives they almost became an extension of our own family. But in both the books and the show, the focus was almost always on the children. That’s why Sarah Miller’s new book, Caroline, is such a treat. Here, we finally get an insider’s look into the heart and mind of one of literature’s most beloved mothers. 

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