Book Review: On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder


Genre: Historical Fiction
Ages: 9 and Up

            This is the fourth book in the Little House on the Prairie series, and I enjoyed it very much. Though I can’t say it’s my favorite so far. I am excited to read the next book in the series, By the Shores of Silver Lake. Readers of all ages would like this book!

            Laura Ingalls and her family are beginning a new chapter of their pioneer lives in Minnesota. They are now growing a great crop of wheat, Mary and Laura are going to school, and soon the Ingalls will have more money than they’ve ever dreamed of. Unfortunately, one disaster strikes after another and soon all their plans are destroyed. There is hope for their family, and they are determined to find it, no matter what happens.

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- The Soup Chef

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