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Spin-offs and Adaptations of the Little House Books

     
In 1993, HarperCollins began publication of the Rocky Ridge books, fictional stories based on the life of Laura and Almanzo Wilder’s daughter Rose, soon branded as “The Rose Years.” In 1996, the first of “The Caroline Years” books was released, containing stories about Laura’s mother, Caroline Quiner. In 1999, the first books in “The Charlotte Years” series and “The Martha Years” series were released, with fictional stories based on the lives of Laura’s maternal grandmother, Charlotte Tucker, and her maternal great-grandmother, Martha.

As part of the same campaign, Old Town in the Green Groves (by Cynthia Rylant) was published in 2002. This stand-alone book tells the fictional story of the year the Ingalls family spent in Burr Oak, Iowa, a story which Laura Ingalls Wilder included in her Pioneer Girl manuscript but chose to omit when writing her Little House books. In 2007, HarperCollins released two “Little House, Big Adventure”; books, one about Mary Ingalls and another about Nellie Oleson. In 2012, a book about Almanzo Wilder and his family moving from New York to Minnesota was added. Most of the books were authored by writers using a pen name, the surname of which would place the books (when shelved alphabetically) near the “Wilder” books in libraries and bookstores.

     

              
THE ROSE YEARS.
Mac Bride, Roger Lea. (Some of the series was adapted/rewritten from Rose Wilder Lane’s Diverging Roads and other RWL works with autobiographical content. R. Foster Winans worked as ghostwriter on the series.) Little House on Rocky Ridge. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1993. ISBN 0-06-020842-2 (hc) / 0-06-440478-1 (pb) — 368 pages, illustrated by David Gilleece. In 1894, Laura Ingalls Wilder, her husband, and her seven-year-old daughter Rose leave the Ingalls family in South Dakota and make the long journey to Missouri to start a new life.
     – – – . Little Farm in the Ozarks. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1994. ISBN 0-06-024245-0 (hc) / 0-06-440510-9 (pb) — 286 pages, illustrated by David Gilleece. The Wilder family continues to improve Rocky Ridge Farm, and daughter Rose begins school in the town of Mansfield.
     – – – . In the Land of the Big Red Apple. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1995. ISBN 0-06-024963-3 (hc) / 0-06-440574-5 (pb) — 338 pages, illustrated by David Gilleece. A year after moving to their farm in the Ozarks, the Wilders have settled into their new home with a successful vegetable harvest and the beginnings of an apple orchard.
     – – – . On the Other Side of the Hill. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1995. ISBN 0-06-024967-6 (hc) / 0-06-440575-3 (pb) — 349 pages, illustrated by David Gilleece. In the late 1890s, young Rose Wilder and her parents suffer through a number of disasters on their farm at Rocky Ridge.
     – – – . Little Town in the Ozarks. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996. ISBN 0-06-024977-3 (hc) / 0-06-440580-X (pb) — 336 pages, illustrated by David Gilleece. When drought and fire afflict Rocky Ridge Farm, eleven-year-old Rose Wilder and her parents temporarily move to Mansfield and try to adjust to a life in town.
     – – – . New Dawn on Rocky Ridge. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1997. ISBN 0-06-024971-4 (hc) / 0-06-440581-8 (pb) — 378 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. While living on Rocky Ridge Farm, thirteen-year-old Rose Wilder celebrates the dawn of the twentieth century and begins to contemplate her future.
     – – – . On the Banks of the Bayou. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1998. ISBN 0-06-024973-0 (hc) / 0-06-440582-6 (pb) — 232 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. When Rose Wilder moved to Louisiana to live with her aunt Eliza Jane to finish high school, she is exposed to new cultures, politics, and ways of life.
     – – – . Bachelor Girl. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1999. ISBN 0-06-027755-6 (hc) 0-06-440691-1 (pb) — 243 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Having left her parents’ Missouri farm for good and trained to become a telegraph operator in Kansas City, teenage Rose Wilder moves out to San Francisco and joins the thousands of bachelor girls, working and supporting themselves.
     

  
THE LOST LITTLE HOUSE YEAR.
Rylant, Cynthia. Old Town in the Green Groves. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2002. ISBN 0-06-029561-9 (hc) / 0-06-440990-2 (pb) — 176 pages, illustrated by Jim LaMarche. After grasshoppers ruin the crops, eight-year-old Laura Ingalls and her family leave Plum Creek and move to Burr Oak, Iowa, where they experience life in a small town and help manage a hotel. — The revised Harper Trophy edition has a picture cover and no interior illustrations.
     

            
THE CAROLINE YEARS.
Originally published between 1996 and 2005, HarperCollins began releasing The Caroline Years books with picture covers in 2007, as part of their “Little House, Big Adventure” campaign.
Wilkes, Maria D. (aka Maria T. DiVencenzo)Little House in Brookfield. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996. ISBN 0-06-026459-4 (hc) / 0-06-440610-5 (pb) — 298 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Young Caroline Quiner and her family survive their first year in the frontier town of Brookfield, Wisconsin.
     – – – . Little Town at the Crossroads. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1997. ISBN 0-06-026995-2 (hc) / 0-06-440651-2 (pb) — 343 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Caroline and her family have new adventures as the frontier outpost of Brookfield, Wisconsin, grows into a bustling town.
     – – – . Little Clearing in the Woods. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1998. ISBN 0-06-026997-9 (hc) / 0-06-440652-0 (pb) — 315 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Caroline and her family move to a new farm near Concord, Wisconsin.
     – – – . On Top of Concord Hill. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2000. ISBN0-06-026999-5 (hc) / 0-06-440689-X (pb) — 272 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. After moving with their mother into the home near Concord, Caroline and her siblings try to adjust to their new neighborhood and a new stepfather.
Wilkins, Celia. (aka Heather Henson) Across the Rolling River. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2001. ISBN 0-06-027004-7 (hc) / 0-06-440734-9 (pb) — 254 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Follows the experiences of Caroline and her family on their farm on the Wisconsin frontier during the year in which Caroline turns twelve.
     – – – . Little City by the Lake. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2003. ISBN 0-06-027006-3 (hc) / 0-06-440735-7 (pb) — 320 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Fifteen-year-old Caroline moves to Milwaukee to live with relatives and study to become a teacher.
     – – – . A Little House of Their Own. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2005. ISBN 0-06-027009-8 (hc) / 0-06-440736-5 (pb) — 320 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Just after Caroline begins teaching at the Concord School, she runs into her fiddle-playing neighbor Charles Ingalls, who’s full of plans to head out west. As their friendship turns to courtship, Caroline realizes that she has a difficult decision ahead of her-and a choice that may mean leaving behind her family and everything she’s ever known.
     

      
THE CHARLOTTE YEARS.
In 2007, HarperCollins began releasing The Charlotte Years books with picture covers, as part of their “Little House, Big Adventure” campaign. This series was never completed.
Wiley, Melissa. (aka Melissa Peterson) Little House by Boston Bay. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1999. ISBN 0-06-440737-3 (hc) / 0-06-027011-X (pb) — 304 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Charlotte Tucker lives with her family in the town of Roxbury, near Boston. The family worries increasingly about the war that’s been going on since 1812, resulting in local blockades.
     – – – . On Tide Mill Lane. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2001. ISBN 0-06-027014-4 (hc) / 0-06-440738-1 (pb) — 258 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Follows the experiences over the course of a year of five-year-Charlotte, living with her family in Roxbury, Massachusetts, during the War of 1812.
     – – – . The Road from Roxbury. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2002. ISBN 0-06-027019-5 (hc) / 0-06-440739-X (pb) — 256 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Seven-year-old Charlotte Tucker begins to sense the big world around Roxbury, Massachusetts, and wonders when she will get to see it.
     – – – . Across the Puddingstone Dam. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2004. ISBN0-06-027021-7 (hc) / 0-06-440740-3 (pb) — 208 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. Her eleventh year brings many changes in Charlotte’s life, including the building of a dam near her home, attending school, meeting her mother’s older brother, and the birth of her own baby brother.
     

        
THE MARTHA YEARS.
In 2007, HarperCollins began releasing The Martha Years books with picture covers, as part of their “Little House, Big Adventure” campaign. “Mouse over” the first two books above to see the new covers.
Wiley, Melissa. Little House in the Highlands. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1999. ISBN 0-06-027983-4 (hc) / 0-06-440712-8 — 288 pages, illustrated by Dan Andreasen. The childhood adventures of Martha Morse, living in the Scottish countryside.
     – – – . The Far Side of the Loch. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2000. ISBN 0-06-028203-7 (hc) / 0-06-440713-6 (pb) — 256 pages, illustrated by Renée Graef. Seven-year-old Martha is lonely now that the holidays are over and company has left. Her new pet hedgehog makes things a bit more fun, and then Father comes home with some thrilling news and suddenly Martha’s house is bustling with excitement!
     – – – . Down to the Bonny Glen. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc.,2001. ISBN 0-06-027985-0 (hc) / 0-06-440714-4 (pb) — 320 pages, illustrated by Renée Graef. Martha meets her new governess and learns the difference between growing up a laird’s daughter and a child of a cottager.
     – – – . Beyond the Heather Hills. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2003. ISBN 0-06-027986-9 (hc) / 0-06-440715-2 (pb) — 189 pages, illustrated by Renée Graef. Martha experiences the larger world outside of tiny Glencaraid, Scotland, when she goes to visit her married sister in Perth.
     

       OTHER “LITTLE HOUSE, BIG ADVENTURE” BOOKS.
The following titles were published between 2007 and 2012:
Williams, Heather (aka Tui Sutherland). Nellie Oleson Meets Laura Ingalls. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2007. ISBN 10-006-1242489 (hc) / 13: 978-0061242489 — 240 pages. Nellie Oleson doesn’t like living in Walnut Grove, and she especially doesn’t like Laura Ingalls. Nellie will do anything to get Laura out of her life.
     – – – . Farmer Boy Goes West. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, Inc., 2012. ISBN 10-0061242519 (hc) / 13″:978-0061242519 — 320 pages. Almanzo Wilder’s family moves from New York to Minnesota.
Willard, Elizabeth Kimmel (aka Elizabeth Cody Kimmel). Mary Ingalls on Her Own. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2007. ISBN 10:0060009055 (hb) / 13:978-0060009052 — 192 pages. Mary Ingalls leaves her family in Dakota Territory to attend the Iowa College for the Blind.
     


     


MY FIRST LITTLE HOUSE BOOKS.
The “My First Little House Books” is a collection of picture books, board books, and early reader books for children not quite ready for Laura Ingalls Wilder’s original Little House series. There is also a simple cookbook and songbook. Many of the titles are no longer in print; check www.harpercollins.com, the Ingalls-Wilder heritage homesite bookstores, or your preferred online or local book dealer for availability.

BOARD BOOKS – AGES 2-6.
Bedtime for Laura, illustrated by Renée Graef and Susan McAliley, 1996. ISBN 0-694-00779-X
Laura Helps Pa, illustrated by Renée Graef and Susan McAliley, 1996. ISBN 0-694-00777-3
Laura’s Garden, illustrated by Renée Graef and Susan McAliley, 1996. ISBN 0-694-00778-1
Hello, Laura! Illustrated by Renée Graef and Susan McAliley, 1996. ISBN 0-694-00776-5

MUSICAL BOARD BOOKS – AGES 1-3.
Happy Birthday, Laura! Illustrated by Renée Graef, 1995. ISBN 0-694-00730-7 (musical board book, plays “Pop! Goes the Weasel”).
Merry Christmas, Laura! Illustrated by Renée Graef, 1995. ISBN 0-694-00731-5 (musical board book, plays “We Wish You a Merry Christmas).

                          
PICTURE BOOKS, YOUNG READERS AGES 2-8: ADAPTED FROM THE LITTLE HOUSE BOOKS.
A Little House Picture Book Treasury: Six Stories of Life on the Prairie (2017), is a collection of six titles. ISBN 0062470779 (hb)
County Fair, illustrated by Jody Wheeler, 1997. ISBN 0-06-025909-4 (hb).
Christmas in the Big Woods, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1995. ISBN 0-06-024752-5 (hb) / 0-06-443400-1 (pb).
Dance at Grandpa’s, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1994. ISBN 0-06-023878-X (hb) / 0-694-00885-0 (pb).
The Deer in the Wood, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1995. ISBN 0-06-024881-5 (hb) / 0-694-00879-6 (pb).
A Farmer Boy Birthday, illustrated by Jody Wheeler, 1998.
Going to Town, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1995. ISBN 0-06-023012-6 (hb).
Going West, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1996. ISBN 0-06-027167-1 (hb)
A Little House Birthday, illustrated by Doris Ettlinger, 1997. ISBN 0-06-025928-0 (hb).
Prairie Day, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1997. ISBN 0-06-025905-1 (hb).
Sugar Snow, illustrated by Doris Ettlinger, 1998. ISBN 0-06-443571-7
Summertime in the Big Woods, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1996. ISBN 0-06-025934-5 (hb).
Winter Days in the Big Woods, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1994. ISBN 0-06-023014-2 (hb) / 0-06-443373-0 (pb).
Winter on the Farm, illustrated by Jody Wheeler and Renée Graef, 1996. ISBN 0-06-027169-8 (hb).
Winter Tales (My First Little House Collection: contains Winter Days in the Big Woods, Christmas in the Big Woods, and Dance at Grandpa’s), illustrated by Renée Graef. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, with permission of HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1994. ISBN 0-7607-0747-2 (hb).


Laura’s Christmas, illustrated by Doris Ettlinger, 1998. ISBN 0-694-00769-2 (lift-the-flap book).
Laura’s Little House, illustrated by Doris Ettlinger, 1998. (lift-the-flap book)
My Little House 123, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1997. ISBN 0-06-025986-8 (hb).
My Little House ABC, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1997. ISBN 0-06-025984-1 (hb).
My Little House Birthday Book, illustrated by Deborah Maze, 1997. ISBN 0-694-00875-3 (hb) / 0-439-10376-2 (Scholastic pb). A place for recording memories from your own birthday celebration.
My Little House Book of Animals, illustrated by Doris Ettlinger, 1998. ISBN 0-06-025992-2 (hb).
My Little House Book of Family, illustrated by Renée Graef, 1998. ISBN 0-06-025988-4 (hb).
My Little House Cookbook, recipes by Amy Cotler, illustrated by Holly Jones, jacket illustration by Renée Graef, 1996. ISBN 0-06-024296-5 (hb) / 0-590-39732-X (pb) / 0-694-00956-3 (pb, comes with child’s apron). Recipes for pancakes, sausage balls, oatmeal, jam, butter, and more – 11 recipes in all.
My Little House Songbook, songs compiled by Erin B. Gathrid, illustrated by Holly Jones, 1995. ISBN 0-06-024294-9 (hb).
     



LITTLE HOUSE CHAPTER BOOKS.
Laura Chapter Books (1998), adapted from the works of Laura Ingalls Wilder, illustrated by Renée Graef. In 2017, HarperCollins issued revised editions of these chapter books, with illustrations by Ji-Hyuk Kim.
#1 – The Adventures of Laura and Jack
#2 – Pioneer Sisters
#3 – Animal Adventures
#4 – School Days
#5 – Laura and Nellie
#6 – Farmer Boy Days
#7 – Little House Farm Days
#8 – Hard Times on the Prairie
#9 – Little House Friends
#10 – Christmas Stories
#11 – Laura’s Ma
#12 – Laura’s Pa
#13 – Laura and Mr. Edwards
#14 – Little House Parties


Caroline Chapter Books (1999), by Maria Wilkes, Illustrated by Doris Ettlinger
#1 – Brookfield Days
#2 – Caroline and Her Sister
#3 – Frontier Family
#4 – Brookfield Friends
#5 – A New Little Cabin


Rose Chapter Books (2000), adapted from The Rose Years series by Roger Lea Mac Bride, Illustrated by Doris Ettlinger
#1 – Missouri Bound
#2 – Rose at Rocky Ridge
#3 – Rose and Alva
#4 – The Adventures of Rose and Swiney
#5 – Missouri School Days

     


     

OTHER PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS, PAPER DOLLS, DIARIES, MEMORY BOOKS, AND STICKER BOOKS FROM HARPERCOLLINS.
Collins, Carolyn Strom and Christina Wyss Eriksson. Inside Laura’s Little House: The Little House on the Prairie Treasury. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2000. ISBN 0-06-027827-7 (hb). — 104 pages, illustrations by Garth Williams and Cathy Holly. Chapters explore various topics from Little House on the Prairie, providing historical and biographical information, recipes, creative activities, and related songs.
     – – – . My Little House Crafts Book: 18 Projects from Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House Stories. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1998. ISBN 0-06-446204-8 (pb) — 68 pages, illustrated by Mary Collier. Contains instructions for making a straw hat, corncob doll, button string, and other items.
     – – – . The World of Little House. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996. ISBN 0-06-02442204 (hb) / 0-590-22798-X (Scholastic pb) — 150 pages, illustrated by Deborah Maze, with Garth Williams illustrations. A compendium of biographical and historical anecdotes, recipes, activities, and crafts from the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder and her Little House books.
Dear Laura: Letters from Children to Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996. ISBN 0-06-026274-5 (hb) — 152 pages, with historical photographs and letters. A collection of selected letters sent to Laura Ingalls Wilder between 1932 and her death in 1957.
Garson, Eugenia. The Laura Ingalls Wilder Songbook: Favorite Songs from the Little House Books. New York: HarperCollins Publishers, Inc., 1968. ISBN 0-06-027036-5 (hb) / 0-439-04884-2 (Scholastic pb). — 160 pages, with Garth Williams illustrations. A collection of sixty-two songs from the Little House books, with voice/piano music.
Gathrid, Erin. My Little House Songbook and Tape. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996. ISBN 0-69470-056-8 (pb book and cassette tape) — Fourteen songs on a tape plus simple music and lyrics in a songbook.
Irwin, Margaret. My Little House Sewing Book. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1997. ISBN 0-694-00903-2 (pb) —60 pages, illustrated by Mary Collier. Contains instructions for 8 projects, including a braided rug, nine-patch pillow, and doll apron. Comes with 6 full-sized patterns.
The Little House Baby Book, designed and illustrated by Renée Graef. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996. ISBN 0-694-00746-3 (hb) — A scrapbook and memory book for baby.
The Little House Baby Photograph Album: A Book of Baby’s Early Years, designed and illustrated by Renée Graef. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996. ISBN 0-694-00747-1 (hb). — A photo album with pages to display photographs of baby’s firsts. Comes with photo mount stickers.
A Little House Christmas: Holiday Stories from the Little House Books. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc, 1995. ISBN 0-590-53745-8 (Scholastic pb) — 89 pages, with colorized Garth Williams illustrations. A collection of Christmas stories from Little House in the Big Woods, Little House on the Prairie, and On the Banks of Plum Creek.
The Little House Christmas Theater Kit. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1995. ISBN 0-694-00681-5 — Illustrated by Renée Graef. Box containing everything needed to play, rehearse, direct, and perform two Christmas plays: “The Christmas Horses” and “Mr. Edwards Meets Santa Claus.”
The Little House Diary. New York: A Madison Press Book produced for Harper & Row Publishers, 1985. ISBN 0-06-026341-5 (pb with comb binding) — 160 pages, with quotes from the Little House books and containing Garth Williams illustrations. A diary where one can record their thoughts and experiences- can be started on any day of the year.
Little House Sisters: Collected Stories from the Little House Books. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1997. ISBN 0-06-027587-1 (hb). 90 page, stories by Laura Ingalls Wilder, with Garth Williams illustrations. A collection of nine stories from the Little House books, describing the adventures of Laura Ingalls and her sisters.
My Book of Little House Paper Dolls: The Big Woods Collection. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., n.d., circa 1995. ISBN 0-694-00638-6. Illustrations by Renée Graef. The Ingalls family plus the dog Jack; comes with two scenes from Little House in the Big Woods.
My Book of Little House Christmas Paper Dolls: Christmas on the Prairie. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996. ISBN 0-694-00751-X (pb) / 0-439-13243-6 (Scholastic) — Illustrations by Renée Graef. The Ingalls family plus Mr. Edwards and Santa Claus; comes with two scenes from Little House on the Prairie.
My Book of Little House Paper Dolls: A Day on the Prairie. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1997. ISBN 0-694-00900-8 (pb) / 0-590-87060-2 (Scholastic) — Illustrations by Renée Graef. The Ingalls family plus Mr. Edwards; comes with two pull-out scenes.
My Little House Book of Memories. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1994. ISBN 0-694-00629-7 (hb) / 0-590-88541-3 (Scholastic pb) — Unpaginated, about 100 pages, contains quotes from the Little House books and Garth Williams illustrations. The perfect place to record all your special memories. Has sections for personal and family memories about self, home, and friends.
My Little House Christmas Crafts Book. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1997. ISBN 0-694-01016-2 (pb) — 42 pages, illustrated by Mary Collier and Deborah Maze. Contains simple directions for 17 Christmas craft projects, including a clove apple, popcorn string, button string, candy bags, and more. Comes with a plastic pouch containing a few craft items to be used in the projects.
My Little House Christmas Sticker Book: Santa Claus Comes to the Prairie. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1997. ISBN 0-694-00755-2 — Illustrations by Renée Graef. Three scenes from Laura’s and Mary’s Christmas on the prairie and two sheets of reusable stickers.
My Little House Diary. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1995. ISBN 0-694-00697-1 (hb) / 0-439-06018-4 (Scholastic pb) — Unpaginated, about six pages per month, illustrated by Renée Graef. A diary with decorated pages and sections for each month of the year. Hardback copy has lock and key; paperback copy has Velcro-tab closure.
My Little House Friendship Book. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1995. ISBN 0-694-00750-1 (hb) / 0-439-05781-7 (Scholastic pb) — Unpaginated, about 30 pages, illustrated by Renée Graef. A place to record memories about your best friend and all the activities you enjoy together. Hardback copy comes with a gold-tone locket and chain.
My Little House Party Crafts Book. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1997. ISBN 0-439-06005-2 (Scholastic pb). — 18 pages, illustrated by Mary Collier and Deborah Maze. Four party recipes and some simple decoration ideas.
My Little House Sticker Book: A Day in the Big Woods. New York: HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 1996. ISBN 0-694-00749-8 — Illustrations by Renée Graef. Three scenes from Little House books and two sheets of reusable stickers, including Laura, Mary, Jack, and Black Susan, plus accessories.

     

spin-offs and adaptations and other books – This was originally posted on my old blog in 2005.