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The Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder, Pioneer Girl By Megan Stine

Pioneer Book Report
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Juliana Yap

on 10 May 2011

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Transcript of The Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder, Pioneer Girl By Megan Stine

Laura Ingalls Wilder, A Pioneer Girl Laura was born on February 2, 1867. Laura moved nine times in her life. The first move she made was one year after she was born. They moved westward on a wagon. At the age of four she moves back to the little house in the Big Woods. Three years later, they once again moved westward. They stopped on the banks on Plum Creek which is on the outside of Walnut Grove, Minnesota. One strange day, tons of grasshoppers flew in and started to eat. They ate and ate and ate. Then after they ate all of the crops, they left. They called it the grasshopper plague. When food and fuel run out, they almost starved. A man named Almanzo Wilder saved the town by searching for wheat in a snowstorm. Three years later when Laura was 18, she married Almanzo, who was 28, ten years older than her. Later she had a daughter named Rose. Rose grew up to be a writer and she got married, but was too busy for a husbad and divorced him. Some months later Laura came to visit her and Rose inspired her to write. She was in her 50s when she started to write books. On February 10, 1957 Laura died of old age at the age of 90. Rose found some of Laura's stories and published them for her. Laura was the type with an adventurous spirit. She wanted to be a pionner, just like her father. She didn't want to be stuck to one place. She wanted to move around and find new and different places. She was a pioneer.
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