I am in my 40's and I have grew up reading Laura's Little House books. For someone who has had a difficult upbringing, it was nice to read stories of a loving family. My husband took me all the way to Missouri from Georgia just so I would be able to see Laura's home. We drove two days there, stayed two days and then it was two days back home. A lot of driving, but totally worth it. We took the tour both days we were there. The staff was excellent and really seemed to appreciate how much in awe I was of seeing and being near all of Laura's things. I stayed for several hours in the museum alone. The house is so quaint in the way Almanzo built things for her. It was very interesting and even my husband who has never read the books was having a good time looking and reading everything. It was his idea to go back the second day to see it all again, which was great. This is a must for children and adults interested in the early American pioneers and history.
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