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The adventures of Laura Ingalls and her family continue as they leave their little house on the prairie and travel in their covered wagon to Minnesota. Here they settle in a little house made of sod beside the banks of beautiful Plum Creek. Soon Pa builds a wonderful new little house with real glass windows and a hinged door. Laura and her sister Mary go to school, help with the chores, and fish in the creek. At night everyone listens to the merry music of Pa's fiddle. Misfortunes come in the form of a grasshopper plague and a terrible blizzard, but the pioneer family works hard together to overcome these troubles.
And so continues Laura Ingalls Wilder's beloved story of a pioneer girl and her family. The nine Little House books have been cherished by generations of readers as both a unique glimpse into America's frontier past and a heartwarming, unforgettable story.The Ingalls family, after moving to Minnesota, encounters a terrible blizzard and a grasshopper plague.
1938 Newbery Honor Book
Notable Children's Books of 1940-1954 (ALA)
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Wilder, Laura Ingalls, 1867-1957 Juvenile fiction, Wilder, Laura Ingalls, 1867-1957 Fiction, Frontier and pioneer life Minnesota Fiction, Family life Minnesota Fiction