Wow. I have just spent the last 20 minutes tooling around on Rebecca Brammer’s fabulous Laura Ingalls Wilder site, Laura Ingalls Wilder: Frontier Girl.
Rebecca mentioned her site update to me some time ago. Since I’d been there before, I thought a revisit could wait until I had a bit more time. It couldn’t have changed that much, right? Wrong.
Laura Ingalls Wilder fans never cease to amaze me with the breadth of their knowledge, creativity, and dedication. LIW: Frontier Girl has everything a Laura Ingalls Wilder fan could want. It’s got a message board. It has an updated list of cross-country Laura Ingalls Wilder events (which, ahem, I’ve never been able to keep up with), complete with live links to each event. It’s got links to all the homesites. It’s got a kid-centric Laura Ingalls Wilder page — presented in perfect kidspeak — and a black-and-white sketch of Laura ideal for coloring. It also has a comprehensive list of Laura-related links all over the Web.
I’d provide direct links to each of these fabulous sections, but the site is designed with frames so individual page titles don’t exist. You’ll just have to go there and tool around. I recommend it.
Thank you, Rebecca, for adding so much to the online world of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Laura Ingalls Wilder: Frontier Girl is a gift to fans everywhere.