Little Town on the Prairie is the seventh book in the famous Little House series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I used to love reading her books when I was little, and still go back to read through them once in a while. They're easy to read and incredibly enjoyable. They're great for little kids, since they will learn a lot about the lives of pioneers back in the old days, and how they were so alike, yet different, from us.
In this book, the long, cold, blizzard-filled winter is finally over. Spring has finally arrived on the prairie, and with it comes dances, socials, and "Literaries." But there also is a lot of work to be done. After Mary has gone blind, Laura must spend several hours each day sewing shirts and dresses to help send Mary to a college for blind people. But during the evenings, Laura finds time for a new gentleman, Almanzo Wilder.
I highly recommend this book for, well, basically anyone!