If you were a child born in the 60's or 70's the phrase, "Little House on the Prairie" will bring back memories of the books and TV series about a small family who moves out west to start a life on the frontier.
Those books and the TV series based on it, were written by Laura Ingalls Wilder, making her a household name and helped to set the standard for wholesome family entertainment back then.
"Laura: The Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder" by Donald Zochert is the biography of the famous writer. I must confess that while certainly an interesting read for fans of the "The Little House" series, I doubt anyone else would find it all that fascinating.
I know I didn't find it all that compelling.
The style of writing isn't bad. It was easy to read, and flowed nicely. The subject matter is just a little out of date, and lacks relevance to most people's lives and interest these days.
Basically, I just didn't care.
If you're a fan of "Little House on the Prairie," you'll probably find it interesting, but otherwise, I wouldn't recommend it for the average reader. An "Ugly"