Fiction by Rose Wilder Lane
Faces at the Window (1916)
Short story republished in a Little House Sampler.
Diverging Roads (1919)
Considered semi-biographical, although published as fiction. But parallels Rose Wilder Lane’s life from a child, through her marriage, divorce and life after.
He was a Man (1925)
Also known as Gordon Blake.
Cindy: Romance of the Ozarks (1928)
Let the Hurricane Roar / Young Pioneers (1932)
This short book is loosely based on the experiences of Charles & Caroline Ingalls and their time in Walnut Grove. Republished later as Young Pioneers, where the main characters were changed to Molly and David, to avoid confusion with the Charles and Caroline readers know from the Little House books
Old Home Town (1935)
About the colorful life in a small town before the beginnings of World War I. In Lane fashion, she includes commentary about marriage and women’s rights at that time.
Free Land (1938)
A more adult oriented fiction novel about pioneer life.
Non-Fiction by Rose Wilder Lane
The Story of Art Smith (1915)
Charlie Chaplin’s Own Story (1916)
Biography of Charlie Chaplin
Henry Ford’s Own Story (1917)
Biography of Henry Ford
White Shadows on the South Seas (1919)
A travel book with Frederick O’Brien
The Making of Herbert Hoover (1920)
Biography of Herbert Hoover
The Peaks of Shala (1923)
A travel book.
Give Me Liberty (1936)
Also available as a free PDF.
A condensed version of Give Me Liberty, published in Saturday Evening Post
The Discovery of Freedom (1943)
One of the early libertarian non-fiction books that impacted libertarian thought in the 20th century. Also available as a free PDF.
On the Way Home (1962)
With Laura Ingalls Wilder
Woman’s Day Book Of American Needlework (1963)
The Lady and the Tycoon (1973)
Letters between Rose Wilder Lane and Jasper Crane; edited by Roger Lea MacBride
Rose Wilder Lane: Her Story (1977)
Credited to Rose Wilder Lane and her adopted son Roger Lea MacBride. This book has been out of print for some time but copies are still available through third party sellers.
Travels with Zenobia: Paris to Albania by Model T Ford (1983)
Dorothy Thompson and Rose Wilder Lane (1991)
A book of letters between the two, edited by William Holtz
The Rediscovered Writings of Rose Wilder Lane, Literary Journalist (2007)
Compilation of writings, edited by Amy Mattson Lauters