So many American children grew up with Laura Ingalls Wilder. Including me. But her books are racist, so should we really be reading them to our kids?
It all makes sense when you learn a bit about Rose Wilder Lane, who edited her mother's books and was also one of the founders of the American Libertarian Movement.
The name of an award that you didn’t even care about two weeks ago was changed. That’s it.
Middle grade books about the pioneer era for young readers who want to skip Little House on the Prairie.
Rioters reveal the children's classics they've never read.
One Rioter reflects upon reading the "Little House on the Prairie" series as an adult and offers up a series featuring a Native family for those looking for even more of the story.
A call for a new, grittier and more realistic, TV adaptation of Laura Ingalls Wilder's books.