Louise Dickinson Rich: Nobody Can Walk the Trail Alone


From the 1950s series, bestselling writer Louise Dickinson Rich tells how a family tragedy challenged her notions of strength and independence. But when she accepted the help of her neighbors, Rich found a greater connection to humanity.

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Louise Dickinson Rich’s life in northern Maine became the fodder for her best-selling book, We Took to The Woods. Following her husband’s death, Rich moved with her children back to her hometown of Bridgewater, Mass., where she wrote numerous adult and young adult books.