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Trundlebed Tales host Sarah S. Uthoff will look at Laura Ingalls Wilder and other classic children's literature and social history including historic foodways and one-room schools.

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Following up on the Laura Ingalls Wilder Patch episode, this time I'll talk about the Adult Laura Ingalls Wilder day we did as a follow up. I was very sorry we never got a chance to repeat it at Ushers Ferry, but everyone who attended... more

Have you ever been to a living history museum? Do you know how to act when someone in first person talks to you? Where can you find living history sites? How can you get involved with living history? Learn about the regional and national... more

Join host Sarah S. Uthoff as she gives a run down on what's going on in Laura Ingalls Wilder fandom this month.

Join host Sarah S. Uthoff and the lady who actually wrote the book about Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane's time in San Francisco, California, Trini Wenninger. Locations and descriptions of the places Rose lived, knew, and... more

Join host Sarah S. Uthoff as she explains about the Laura Ingalls Wilder patch and the event she designed to make sure Girl Scouts could earn it. Uthoff was co-chair of the patch event at Ushers Ferry Historic Village for 10 years.

Check in on what's going on in the world of Laura Ingalls Wilder this month. Also check in on Betsy-Tacy, L.M. Montgomery, and one-room schools.

In honor of the centennial of the Titanic sinking join host Sarah S. Uthoff as she talks with Julie Williams about her new book about her relatives who survived the Titanic sinking. "A Rare Titanic Family" chronicles the story of Albert and Sylvia... more

Join host Sarah S. Uthoff as she talks with Robin Robinson about being involved in Roller Derby.

In celebration of National Read Aloud Day, list to host Sarah S. Uthoff as she shares some selections from readers that were common in one-room schools, including the same type of reader Laura Ingalls Wilder used.

Join host Sarah S. Uthoff as she and Prof. Amy Lauters of University of Minnesota-Mankato talk about the national Laura Ingalls Wilder conference that will be held in Mankato, Minnestoa this July. We'll talk a little bit about the... more