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Raegan posts on 3/24/2010 5:02:26 PM Hi! Where can you find a website that will tell you the main idea of the story for a ppt. book report?
pw posts on 3/17/2010 8:18:22 PM what is the theme fo the book the long winter
Holly posts on 11/23/2009 9:43:07 AM Can anyone tell me what a "fanning room" is? I know what a thrashing room is but not a fanning room. Thanks!

Rita Crosley posts on 10/17/2009 8:25:02 PM Which book are you refering to? In "Little House On the Prairie" there were two Osage Indians who wore skunk skins while Ma fixed them cornbread to eat before Pa came home from hunting. But there are other indian visits refered to in the series. All of the Wilder books are interesting to read, giving us a legacy of pioneer day adventures that even the young child of today would enjoy to have their parent read out loud to them. - Rita Crosley - Rita Crosley
Justine posts on 9/27/2009 9:41:08 PM Does anyone know when the Osage Indian came to the house when "Pa" was out hunting what kind of animal fur was the Indian wearing?
Linda posts on 2/1/2008 5:27:29 PM Summary of "On the Banks of Plum Creek", from an adult perspective: The Ingalls family leaves Indian Territory with little to show for their time there. Charles doesn't want to admit failure, so they don't return to Wisconsin. With little money in his pocket, he settles for a sod house built into the bank of a creek. This is the first opportunity for the Ingalls girls to live near a town, attend school and interact with other children since they left Wisconsin. The girls meet their antagonist, Nellie Olsen, a town girl who is weathly and snobby. This is one of my favorite of the Little House books. They are settled in a place that makes Ma happy, and the girls get to experience new adventures in what I perceive as a "safer" setting.
michael bosnar posts on 2/1/2008 5:05:14 PM is it possible that someone can issue a summery on the setting of the book (on the banks of plum creek.) i would really think that would be super
Paige posts on 12/18/2007 6:16:36 PM When I first read this book i loved it. So then I said that i was going to read it for a report. this book rocks my socks.
sarah posts on 1/5/2007 8:21:24 PM Who is the antagonist in By the Shores of Silver Lake? I can't tell!
posts on 6/16/2006 10:39:45 PM Hello, I just wanted to follow any & all procedures to join the Laura Ingalls Wilder or Little House Message Boards online. Thank you. Angelsnest
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