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Pamela Smith Hill is the award-winning author of the South Dakota State Historical Society Press book Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Writer's Life, along with three award-winning historical novels for young adults - Ghost Horses, The Last Grail Keeper, and Voice from the Border. She now lives in Portland, Oregon, after growing up in Missouri and starting her writing career in South Dakota.
"Pioneer Girl provides a fascinating counterpoint to Wilder's sterilised chronicle of sunny life on the open prairie." -The Guardian "Pioneer Girl is thrilling and sad, and very revealing about the people in the Little House books and the times they lived in. ... It's not the charming read that Laura's Little House books are, but it's essential for anyone interested in finding out more about her life." The Irish Times "Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography ... is clearly the definitive work on Wilder. It thrills with new insights and mature content, educates with historical facts and documentation, and enlightens with cultural perspective and commentary, all while maintaining the spirit of adventure and integrity that is the backbone of the Little House world and Wilder herself." -Foreword Reviews "Pioneer Girl: The Annotated Autobiography offers Wilder's complete first draft of her own story, enhanced by scrupulous and wide-ranging new research... And I'm happy to say is a treasure... Wilder pulls off the difficult trick of telling a rich, satisfying story about good people being good. The Pa of Pioneer Girl is still a selfless provider, Ma is a skilled homemaker, Mary a prim playmate, and Laura a good-hearted tomboy. Their stories may have been tidied up on the path between nonfiction and fiction, but their characters remain reassuringly intact... Pioneer Girl is a welcome reminder of the power, even the genius of the Little House books... this annotated edition of Pioneer Girl will deepen and enrich a great American story." -The Slate Book Review