The following books by Betty MacDonald are available for purchase at the Farm.

1945 The Egg and I
“The Egg and I” is Betty MacDonald’s first autobiographical best seller.This hilarious and heartwarming classic is about working a chicken farm on the Olympic Peninsula in the State of Washington in the late 1920’s.
1947 Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle (Illustrated by Hilary Knight)
“Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle” is an introduction to Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle. Children and parents alike adore Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle and her hilarious adventures and advice.
1948 The Plague and I
“The Plague and I” is the sequel to “The Egg and I” and tells how Betty MacDonald learned that she had tuberculosis and must enter a sanatorium for treatment. An upbeat account of her battle at age 30.
1949 Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle’s Magic  (Illustrated by Hilary Knight)
“Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle’s Magic”. In this delightful children’s book Mrs.Piggle-Wiggle has a trick up her sleeve, but she still has her upside-down house, her delicious cookies and her ability to understand how children feel.
1950 Anybody Can Do Anything
“Anybody Can Do Anything” takes up Betty MacDonald’s story before her bout with tuberculosis in “The Plague and I”. During the depression she went back to live with her mother leaving a failed chicken farm and a dead marriage behind her. One hilarious situation after another with Betty trying to earn a living in a country without any jobs.
1952 Nancy and Plum
“Nancy and Plum” is a children’s book that Betty MacDonald first published in 1952. It is a story Betty told her daughters, Joan and Anne, each night at bedtime, making it up as she went along. A delightful old -fashioned Christmas story about two sisters, Nancy, 10 and Plum, 8.
1954 Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle’s Farm  (Illustrated by Maurice Sendak)
“Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle’s Farm”. Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle’s left her upside-down town house and moved to a farm in the country, but she’s still curing girls and boys of their bad habits.
1955 Onions in the Stew
“Onions in the Stew” describes Betty MacDonald’s years on beautiful Vashon Island in Puget Sound in happy times with her second husband and two daughters. During this time, fame as a writer finally knocked on her door.