I selected this book one day because I needed something to read while laying outside and soaking up some sun. I have a stack of books at home, but wanted something on the Kindle. So that morning, I searched the library's selections and picked this memoir written by Alison Argrim, who played the part of Nellie Olseson on Little House on the Prairie.
Something you may not know about me - every day after school, I watch Little House on the Prairie. It's because at night, I watch Golden Girls on Hallmark, and when I come home, I don't bother to change the channel. Sometimes I sit through hours of it. Strange, I know, but it isn't like there is anything else worth watching on at that time. Really, I don't care enough to check for something else to watch, I just turn on the TV for the noise.
I found this book to be very interesting. I was only going to read for an hour or two, but read until the sun moved past my lounge chair, then I went inside, laid down on the couch and read until I finsihed the book.
I enjoyed reading about what happened behind the scenes at a show I've watched my whole life. Alison endured some truly horrible childhood experiences. Now she devotes her time to helping children who have had similar experiences. She's a very brave, strong person. I enjoyed reading about her. I recommend this book to anyone who has any interest in Little House on the Prairie.