On the Banks of Plum Creek
Pages no: 339
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Middle Grade
, Chapter Books
Series: Little House (#4)
The events of this book pick up shortly after the events at the end of Little House on the Prairie. It depicts the differences of living in a dugout versus an actual house as well as the differences of living so close to town than living 5-10 miles away. The things that they had to make it through w...
The events of this book pick up shortly after the events at the end of [b:Little House on the Prairie|77767|Little House on the Prairie (Little House, #2)|Laura Ingalls Wilder|https://d2arxad8u2l0g7.cloudfront.net/books/1441903581s/77767.jpg|2884161]. It depicts the differences of living in a dugou...
Just awesome. Sigourney and I are having such fun reading this series together. There's even more danger for Laura and her family in Minnesota. Blizzards, floods, grasshopper infestations, Nellie Oleson -- life was precarious for the Ingalls on Plum Creek.Speaking of the scenes with grasshoppers, t...
It's easy to get so stuck on the subject matter of the stories Wilder tells that we fail to notice her brilliant, deceptively quiet writing. Her descriptions of scenery are gorgeous, of course, but I love the tiny sentences that tell so much, like this one when eight-year-old Mary and seven-year-old...
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