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I often read to The Child Person at bedtime, and I recently decided to causally record these while I read them, to share with The Internet People.

I generally read a couple of chapters at bedtime, but I'm recording them one chapter at a time, to make sharing them a lot simpler. I'm not spending a lot of time doing these, but I hope you enjoy them, anyway.

The reading style I use here is a deliberate, narrative one, as opposed to an interpretive one. I might do some interpretive readings down the road, since I love it so much.

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[Please note, I've chosen to not use this service any longer. You can subscribe to my podcast via iTunes or by using Feedburner: http://feeds.feedburner.com/AuryaunsBedtimeStories. The community here is great--but this is a beloved hobby for me and I'm not in a position to use the Pro service to get the space I'd need to continue.]

I often read to The Child Person at bedtime, and I recently decided to causally record these while I read them, to share with The Internet People.

I generally read a couple of chapters at bedtime, but I'm recording them one chapter at a time, to make sharing them a lot simpler. I'm not spending a lot of time doing these, but I hope you enjoy them, anyway.

The reading style I use here is a deliberate, narrative one, as opposed to an interpretive one. I might do some interpretive readings down the road, since I love it so much.

    Little House on The Prairie, Ch. 7: The Wolf-Pack

    Little House on The Prairie, Ch. 7: The Wolf-Pack

    Pa makes a visit to other settlers in the area while the family enjoys their newly-built home. That evening, they have a frightening encounter with the local wildlife.

    This book was the basis for the popular television show by the same name.

    There are themes in the book that describe attitudes that would be considered backward and racist today. It is not the intention to either highlight or censor these, but to let them stand as they are in the book, as a record of historical interest.

    Little House on the Prairie (book) on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_House_on_the_Prairie#Little_House_on_the_Prairie

    Laura Ingalls Wilder: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Ingalls_Wilder

    The Homestead Act of 1852: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifest_destiny#Homestead_Act

    • 23 min
    Little House on The Prairie, Ch. 6: Moving In

    Little House on The Prairie, Ch. 6: Moving In

    The family moves in to their newly-built log cabin on the prairie before there's even a proper roof. Pa feels more strongly than ever that he'll always want to live on this land.

    Pa decides the Big Woods have become too crowded, and moves the family to the High Prairie of Kansas.

    This book was the basis for the popular television show by the same name.

    There are themes in the book that describe attitudes that would be considered backward and racist today. It is not the intention to either highlight or censor these, but to let them stand as they are in the book, as a record of historical interest.

    Little House on the Prairie (book) on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_House_on_the_Prairie#Little_House_on_the_Prairie

    Laura Ingalls Wilder: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Ingalls_Wilder

    The Homestead Act of 1852: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifest_destiny#Homestead_Act

    • 10 min
    Little House on the Prairie, Ch. 5: The House on the Prairie

    Little House on the Prairie, Ch. 5: The House on the Prairie

    Pa starts to build a house for the family, and Ma becomes tragically injured when helping him.

    This book was the basis for the popular television show by the same name.

    There are themes in the book that describe attitudes that would be considered backward and racist today. It is not the intention to either highlight or censor these, but to let them stand as they are in the book, as a record of historical interest.

    Little House on the Prairie (book) on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_House_on_the_Prairie#Little_House_on_the_Prairie

    Laura Ingalls Wilder: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Ingalls_Wilder

    The Homestead Act of 1852: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifest_destiny#Homestead_Act

    • 23 min
    Little House on the Prairie-Ch. 4 Prairie Day

    Little House on the Prairie-Ch. 4 Prairie Day

    Laura explores the prairie while Pa and Ma decide whether to settle.

    This book was the basis for the popular television show by the same name.

    There are themes in the book that describe attitudes that would be considered backward and racist today. It is not the intention to either highlight or censor these, but to let them stand as they are in the book, as a record of historical interest.

    Little House on the Prairie (book) on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_House_on_the_Prairie#Little_House_on_the_Prairie

    Laura Ingalls Wilder: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Ingalls_Wilder

    The Homestead Act of 1852: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifest_destiny#Homestead_Act

    • 16 min
    Little House on the Prairie-Ch. 3 Camp on the High Prairie

    Little House on the Prairie-Ch. 3 Camp on the High Prairie

    The family has traveled far and long and Pa finally selects the perfect place to settle. They make camp one last time before building a house.

    This book was the basis for the popular television show by the same name.

    There are themes in the book that describe attitudes that would be considered backward and racist today. It is not the intention to either highlight or censor these, but to let them stand as they are in the book, as a record of historical interest.

    Little House on the Prairie (book) on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_House_on_the_Prairie#Little_House_on_the_Prairie

    Laura Ingalls Wilder: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Ingalls_Wilder

    The Homestead Act of 1852: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifest_destiny#Homestead_Act

    • 12 min
    Little House on the Prairie-Ch. 2 Crossing the Creek

    Little House on the Prairie-Ch. 2 Crossing the Creek

    The family encounters a surprise when crossing the creek.

    This book was the basis for the popular television show by the same name.

    There are themes in the book that describe attitudes that would be considered backward and racist today. It is not the intention to either highlight or censor these, but to let them stand as they are in the book, as a record of historical interest.

    Little House on the Prairie (book) on Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_House_on_the_Prairie#Little_House_on_the_Prairie

    Laura Ingalls Wilder: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Ingalls_Wilder

    The Homestead Act of 1852: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manifest_destiny#Homestead_Act

    • 15 min

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