We received 142 entries correctly identifying the Fake Ad for Boundaries Books on page 91 of the March Observer.

The ad promoted a supposed memoir by Whit Ingalls Wilder, They Paved the Prairie and Put Up a Parking Lot. The book ostensibly tells the tale of how the Little House on the Prairie home was demolished to make room for a Walmart parking lot.

Many Fake Adders noticed the reference to the Joni Mitchell song. “Nice Joni reference!” wrote David Frye. “Though personally, I might have gone with ‘Little Big Box on the Prairie.'”

In the snail mail, we also had a nice note from Janet Hohmann-Lamb, who wrote, “My 97-year-old mother read the ad and exclaimed, ‘Laura Ingalls Wilder never had any grandchildren.’ Hence, no great, great grandson.”

Our winner was Lynn Heumann. She’s donating her gift certificate to the Humane Society of Huron Valley.

To enter this month’s contest, identify the fake ad by name and page number, then follow the instructions, at the bottom of the Back Page. The fake ad always contains the name of last month’s winner in some form.