Loyalty, hard work, and love of God, neighbor, and country have never been more cherished or needed. For nostalgic fans who seek a more meaningful way of life, A Prairie Devotional offers deep lessons drawn from the beloved TV series.
For the first time, fans of the Little House TV series have a spiritual resource based on its rich themes of faith and family. Author and former child actress Wendi Lou Lee, who played Baby Grace on the TV show, offers unique stories and insights, giving readers a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the hearts and souls of the characters.
For nostalgic fans who seek a simpler, more meaningful approach of life, A Prairie Devotional offers powerful life lessons. Blending personal anecdotes with stories and quotes from the TV show, Scripture verses, and thought-provoking questions, Wendi Lou Lee invites reflection on the ideas that made the TV series so popular: soothing broken relationships, keeping your head up in challenging situations, and relying on God’s guidance when life looks impossible. With more than 90 devotions, A Prairie Devotional is an inspirational compilation of heartwarming material that lifelong fans will love.
Wendi Lou Lee is a Jesus follower, a former child actress, and a brain surgery survivor. The four seasons she spent on Little House on the Prairie playing Baby Grace Ingalls are among God’s greatest blessings. Her good but hard life resembles what the Ingalls family experienced—great joys and sorrows. In 2015, Wendi was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Her surgery and recovery led to a newfound freedom. Sharing her story of God’s goodness through life’s most difficult circumstances brings Wendi the most joy.
Wendi’s first book, A Prairie Devotional, will be released in August of 2019. A Prairie Devotional is a collection of stories, much like the stories Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote in her children’s books and similar to what the writers and producers of the television series Little House on the Prairie hoped to tell—stories about the ups and downs of life, the joys and sorrows that we all encounter, and how every detail of our lives is continually woven together to fit into God’s perfect plan.
Wendi hopes to encourage and inspire people to live the way Charles and Caroline Ingalls lived—devoted to their faith in God, love for their family, and to spread kindness and hope to the people around them.
Wendi, her husband, and their two children call the Central Coast of California their home. When Wendi isn’t visiting Little House sites, writing, or speaking; you can find her paddle boarding at the beach or walking their Bernedoodle—Mo.