Mini Me speaks…literally! SpReAd the Love Children’s Book Challenge

I had asked my children to pitch in on this effort, and Mini Me agreed but asked if we could do her contribution interview style, specifically an audio interview.  I have a handy dandy gadget to do that, so without further ado, Mini Me talks books:

Incognito...

Incognito…

Click here to hear Mini Me’s literary thoughts:  

(I seem to have lost some sound quality in converting to a format that WP will allow, so you may need to crank it up 🙂  )

 

 

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12 comments on “Mini Me speaks…literally! SpReAd the Love Children’s Book Challenge

  1. Servetus says:

    I loved hearing about your favorite parts and how there were some good parts and not-so-good parts for the Ingalls family. I also remember the butchering scene and blowing up the pig’s bladder for a balloon! My other favorite part when I was younger was the sugaring-off dance and churning the butter. The last time I read it, not so long ago, though, my favorite part was the end, where Laura says, “Now is now. It can never be a long time ago.”

    I bet you will remember this book for a long time. Oh, Mini Me! I loved this book, too, when I was your age and now I’m 45 and I remember it in detail, I read it SO often when I was younger. I’d love to hear what you think of _The Long Winter_, which is my favorite book by Laura Ingalls Wilder.

  2. katie70 says:

    I would have to say the Little House books are my favorite from my childhood. I still have all of them and Rose Wilder Lanes books too. I did for part of my childhood live with out running water and power also no central heat just a wood stove. I think because I sort of lived a life kind of like Laura I got what she was writing about.

    Also my grandpa and grandma (dad’s parents) where born in 1884 grandma in Minnesota and grandpa in Dakota Territory before it was the 2 states he was born in what is now North Dakota.

    No favorites in the books, like them all.

    • Servetus says:

      have you ever visited Pepin? I guess there’s not much to see there anymore. I have been to some of the other LIW museums.

      • katie70 says:

        No I have never been to Pepin and really it’s not that far away. I don’t see my boys enjoying it to much. I have seen that there is a lot more in SD. Have you ever been to Pepin?

  3. guylty says:

    What a neat book to choose – it is so special to read a story that is set in a place you are familiar with. I did not realise that the books of LIW were set in Wisconsin (well, some of them)! So there, I have learnt something from your review.
    I never read the books myself, although I am familiar with the TV program. I watched it when I was your age, a long time ago. They translated and dubbed it all for German TV. Can you imagine what Laura Ingalls sounded like in German? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r98ib3-9BgI I hope you keep enjoying books – thanks for your review.
    Oh – and message to Maxi Me 😉 – nice to hear your voice!!!

  4. jazzbaby1 says:

    A.Dor.A.Ble. My fave from that series was The House at Plum Creek. Thanks so much, Mini-Me!

  5. MaryJaneZigZag says:

    Great addition to the review crew! I remember ‘Little House in the Big Woods’ too!

  6. obscura says:

    Mini Me has been a bit under the weather this week, but she tells me that she should be “up to” replying to comments tomorrow … Diva! 😀

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