Thomas L. Tedrow

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Thomas L. Tedrow (born August 22, 1950) is an American writer, film producer, and venture capitalist. He wrote a Little House on the Prairie spin-off series of children's novels, The Days of Laura Ingalls Wilder. Another series he has written was The Younguns. With Richard L. Tedrow he co-wrote a book on Senator Ted Kennedy's scandal called Death at Chappaquiddick. He resides in Winter Park, FL with his wife Carla and four children.[1]

Books[edit]

The Days of Laura Ingalls Wilder[edit]

  1. Missouri Homestead (1992)
  2. Children of Promise (1992)
  3. Good Neighbors (1992)
  4. Home to the Prairie (1992)
  5. The World's Fair (1992)
  6. Mountain Miracle (1992)
  7. The Great Debate (1992)
  8. Land of Promise (1992)

The Younguns[edit]

  1. The Younguns of Mansfield (1996)
  2. Frankie and the Secret (1996)
  3. The Circus Escape (1996)
  4. The Legend of the Missouri Mud Monster (1996)
  5. Shipwrecked on Cannibal Island (1996)

Others[edit]

  • Death at Chappaquiddick (Ottawa, IL: Green Hill Publ., 1976), Thomas L. and Richard L. Tedrow, LCCN 76-3349
  • Dorothy: Return to Oz (1993)
  • Broken Vows (1994)
  • Legend of Grizzly Adams and Kodiak Jack (1993)
  • Introduction to African American Studies by Talmadge Anderson and Thomas Tedrow

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tedrow, Thomas L. The World's Fair. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers. 1992.

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