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My favorite Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder

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Bobby Brown

on 29 March 2011

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Transcript of My favorite Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder

Who Laura was:
She was born on February 7, 1867 in Pepin Wisconsin.
She was the second oldest out of five children.
Her siblings were Mary Amelia, Caroline Celestia, Charles Fredrick (who died in infancy) and Grace Pearl. My Favorite Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder! Almanzo Wilder:
Laura married Almanzo on Augaust 25, 1885.
She was 18 and he was 28.
They moved to Mansfield Missouri where they built their home ''Rocky Ridge Farm.'' Rocky Ridge Farm! Almanzo Wilder! Laura and Almanzo! Life on the road:
As a young girl, Laura moved from place to place across America.
Her father's restless spirit led them on various moves until they finally settled in DeSmet, South Dakota.
There Laura met Almanzo Wilder. They married on Augaust 25, 1885 when she was 18 and he was 28. Why she was famous:
She was famous for writing the Little House on the Prairie series.
These stories were all about Laura's childhood.
Rose grew up hearing these stories and begged her mom to publish her stories.
Rose said that she felt "Other kids would enjoy them."
The main reason they were so popular, was people felt that the stories made the Pioneer days come back to life! The End! By Sophia!
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