Little House On The Prairie

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A0120010723

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

1: The Ingalls family pack all their belongings into their covered wagon and leave Wisconsin in the middle of winter.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

A0220010724

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

2: The Ingalls family have reached the high prairie and must decide where to build their house.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

A0320010725

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

3: The walls of the log cabin are in place, but there is no door to keep out the wolves Laura hears at night.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

A0420010726

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

4: INDIAns come to the house while Pa is out hunting.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

A0520010727

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

5: Pa and Mr Scott start to dig a well.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

A0620010730

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

6: Laura and Mary pick blackberries with Ma, and are plagued by mosquitos.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

A0720010731

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

7: Mrs Scott comes to visit, full of talk about INDIAn massacres.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

A0820010801

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

8: The weather is so bad Laura fears Santa Claus will not make it across the creek in time for CHRISTMAS.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

A0920010802

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

9: The Ingalls family hears war cries from the INDIAn tribes gathering in the creek bottoms.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

A10 LAST20010803

Laura Ingalls Wilder's evocation of life in the American West through a child's eyes, dramatised in ten parts by Jennifer Howarth.

10: The Ingalls family must leave their log cabin and travel once more in their covered wagon.

With Debora Weston, Jennifer Lee Jellicorse, John Guerrasio, Josie Kook-Clark and Taryn Kook-Clark.

Directed by Mary Ward Lowery.

BTB20091129

by Laura Ingalls Wilder, read by Lauren Ward.