During preparation for Christmas baby Rose Wilder is kidnapped by the woman who recently lost her child. Looking for her Laura, Almanzo and Mr Edwards meet lonely orphan boy, who finally stays with that woman.
This is the continuing saga of the Cartwrights, only none of the original Cartwrights are here anymore but their sons. Ben and Hoss have passed on, and Little Joe is MIA; he went with Teddy... See full summary »
William F. Claxton
Peter Mark Richman
A young Amish woman, who isn't satisfied with her path at home, visits a cousin for the summer. Over the summer, she is exposed to another world, finds friendship and more. Soon she must choose and come to terms with the life she wants.
After the Edmunds Tucker Act was passed in 1887, hundreds of Mormon men were arrested for polygamy or unlawful cohabitation and sent to prisons. Families were always on edge, wondering if ... See full summary »
Bailee Michelle Johnson,
Savanna Kylie Lewis
The Pony Express was one of the most legendary of the frontier trails in the American West. Riding for the Pony Express was a dangerous job. No one has an exact amount of riders that lost ... See full summary »
Paul D. Hunt
My daughter and I only made it through fifteen minutes of this. We have read the original books over and over and couldn't believe what we were seeing. I thought, if they can get this much wrong in that little space, I'm not going to waste another four hours. Laura almost gets shot by some stranger? Laura is blonde? Jack is an Australian Shepherd? Ma wears her hair down? Their little house in Wisconsin is surrounded by other homesteads instead of lonely woods? Pa works for some scoundrel? They sell their house with all its contents? What I want to know is, why did they bother calling it "Little House on the Prairie"? Change the character names, call it "Pioneers" or something, and leave a beloved book series alone.
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