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1. American Expatriates in Canada:
2. 1978 SuperMag Magazine, The Little
3. The Way I See It: A Look Back

1. American Expatriates in Canada: Ernest Hemingway, Melissa Sue Anderson, Tom Cruise, Charles Herbert Best, George H. D. Gossip, Rubin Carter
Paperback: 316 Pages (2010-09-15)
list price: US$39.25 -- used & new: US$39.25
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Asin: 115739728X
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Chapters: Ernest Hemingway, Melissa Sue Anderson, Tom Cruise, Charles Herbert Best, George H. D. Gossip, Rubin Carter, Earl W. Bascom, Robert Frank, Rick James, Jim Ricks, Scott Macintyre, Tia Carrere, Erika Eleniak, Kevin Eubanks, David Bierk, Dan Senor, Neil Rogers, Jim Green, Meg Tilly, Tracy Quan, Robert Bringhurst, Glen Tetley, Maggie Cassella, William Cornelius Van Horne, Vanessa Lee Evigan, T. W. Peacocke, Lynne Russell, David Dreman, Varick Frissell, Frederick Hoblitzell, Daniel Clark, John Majhor, Alexander Wilson, Elizabeth Spencer, Matthew Bullock, Henry Alfred Hosking, Bess Motta, William Esling, Harry Lehotsky, Stephen Marshall, Rudolph Martin Anderson, Léo Kemner Laflamme, Park Manross, Guy Weadick, Hart Hanson, Ed Allen, Georges Valade, Eric Nagler, Julie Zwillich, John Hemingway, Ann Medina, Francis Clergue, George Cruickshank, Salome Bey, David Groos, George Wenige, Maxine Wilson, James Allen Byrne, Joseph Ingolph Hetland, Sean Martin, Armand Cloutier, Henry Wise Wood, Charles Henderson, Levi William Humphrey, Mark Dailey, Gérard Ouellet, Marcel Hatch, Sister Dolores Kane, Neil Libbey, Joseph Reed Sams, Lincoln Henry Jelliff, Robert Baird Mcclure, Nels Nelson, Rita Deverell, Vince Carlin, Edward Joseph Thériault, Job Abbott, Derrick Ford, Johanna Schneller. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 315. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Ernest Miller Hemingway (July 21, 1899 July 2, 1961) was an American writer and journalist. His distinctive writing styleknown as the iceberg theorycharacterized by economy and understatement, influenced 20th-century fiction, as did his apparent life of adventure and the public image he cultivated. He produced most of his work between the mid-1920s and the mid-1950s, and his career peaked in 1954 when he won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Hemin...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=9428 ... Read more

2. 1978 SuperMag Magazine, The Little House on the Prairie, Michael Landon, Melissa Gilbert & Melissa Sue Anderson, The Captain and Tennille, and the Bay City Rollers
by SuperMag Magazine
Single Issue Magazine: Pages (1978)

Asin: B003GQ0W1W
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Magazine features Little House on the Prairie on the cover. Includes 4 page article with lots of pictures of the cast of Little House on the Prairie, including stars Michael Landon, Melissa Gilbert and Melissa Sue Anderson. Also includes article on The Captain and Tennille, and rock & roll teen hearthrobs the Bay City Rollers with mini centerfold poster. ... Read more

3. The Way I See It: A Look Back at My Life on Little House
by Melissa Anderson
Hardcover: 256 Pages (2010-05-04)
list price: US$22.95 -- used & new: US$12.35
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Asin: 0762759704
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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When other girls her age were experiencing their first crushes, Melissa Sue Anderson was receiving handwritten marriage proposals from fans as young, and younger, than she was. When other girls were dreaming of their first kiss, Melissa was struggling through hers in front of a camera. From age eleven in 1974 until she left the show in 1981, Melissa Anderson literally grew up before the viewers of Little House on the Prairie.

Melissa, as Mary, is remembered by many as “the blind sister”—and she was the only actor in the series to be nominated for an Emmy. In The Way I See It, she takes readers onto the set and inside the world of the iconic series created by Michael Landon, who, Melissa discovered, was not perfect, as much as he tried to be. In this memoir she also shares her memories of working with guest stars like Todd Bridges, Mariette Hartley, Sean Penn, Patricia Neal, and Johnny Cash.

In addition to stories of life on the set, Melissa offers revealing looks at her relationships off-set with her costars, including the other Melissa (Melissa Gilbert) and Alison Arngrim, who portrayed Nellie Oleson on the show. And she relates stories of her guest appearances on iconic programs such as The Love Boat and The Brady Bunch.

Filled with personal, revealing anecdotes and memorabilia from the Little House years, this book is also a portrait of a child star who became a successful adult actress and a successful adult. These are stories from “the other Ingalls sister” that have never been told.
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Customer Reviews (90)

5-0 out of 5 stars I loved this book!
I absolutely loved this book. I'm surprised to see other reviewers say they thought the episode recaps were kind of boring. I loved reliving the shows, and this time with an insider's perspective. I would say this book is for real Little House fans and the other books are maybe for celebrity fans. There is definitely some juicy stuff here -- Melissa's frank portrayal of Michael Landon, for example -- but there's also a maturity and a lot of insight into creativity and the business of TV. Mostly, it's a wonderful reminder of all the amazing stories from Walnut Creek!

2-0 out of 5 stars Worst of the three
I have read all 3 Little House Memoirs-- Laura, Nellie, and now Mary.This one definitely ranks last, both in how interesting it is and how well it was written.(Nellie's is FIRST!)Melissa Sue Anderson comes across as ego-centric and not very nice.She talks only about the Little House episodes in which she had the starring role.She has virtually nothing to say about the other girls in the cast, except for an underhanded disparaging remark about Melissa Gilbert near the beginning of the book.The style is dry and boring.The only reason I am giving this 2 stars is because she does go into detail about some of the LH episodes, and I enjoyed remembering those.The end of the book was especially boring, where she writes about all the film jobs she had after she left LH.Don't waste your money on this.Get it from the library if you want to read it.

1-0 out of 5 stars THE WAY I SEE IT.....INSIPID !
I would have to agree with most of the other reviews-this is nothing more than an episode guide to the Little House on the Prairie series. True, there was no
mud-slinging of former cast members but this book is SO boring it probably would have been better if Melissa HAD revealed a FEW indiscretions. As is the book offers little or no entertainment value. One gets the distinct impression that Melissa was trying to convince herself what a talented actress she once was and still would be.....there is a lot of self validation going on.One of the scarier parts: was she SERIOUS about the chapter with the "You light up my life" lyrics or did I miss something?
If you are looking for a gift for a very old school, extremely conservative nun then this might be the ticket...otherwise SAVE your money! Read Allison Arngrim and Melissa Gilbert's books instead, they are far more entertaining!

5-0 out of 5 stars Loved it.
Really takes you back to the good old days. Fascinating behind the scenes stuff between "Ma" and "Pa." Especially Pa, Michael Landon, of course.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money
Everyone involved with this book should be ashamed to accept any money from it.Basically the whole book is a episode guide of Little House on the Prairie episodes.If there was enough other stuff to fill 1 chapter I would be surprised.It seems like she wanted to cash in after the Melissa Gilbert and Alison Angrim books.It is a waste of time and money and I took it out of the library.Also, I have never before felt compelled to write a review on anything- that's how bad this was. ... Read more

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