Wilder tells stories with such remarkable narrative ability, you can't help but get deeply buried into each story.

I think it had a lot to do with crazy Papa and his wild ways. I’m still completely engrossed in this series. Laura and Mary go to school, help with the chores around the house, and fish in the creek. I've heard of grasshopper clouds dimming the sun but to have it and the destruction the insects caused described was both frightening and fascinating. Genre Fiction

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. with proper explanation of the context to the children, this could be a great lesson book about prejudice), this was a really fun read. Pa soon builds a new, above-ground, wooden house for his family, trusting that their first crop of wheat will pay for the lumber and materials.

What were the fireball things that came down from the stovepipe? [6], Wilder wrote Pioneer Girl, an adult version of her autobiography, before she wrote her book series.

"If anything, it is better than her enchanting Little House in the Big Woods. [ What did they eat when Pa was away the first time? For two harvest seasons, Pa is forced to walk three hundred miles east to find work on farms that escaped the grasshopper plague. Pa trades 2 ponies for a dugout and a stable. [ What did they eat when Pa was away the first time? TM ® & © 2016 Scholastic Inc. All Rights Reserved. They had a permanent home, savings, etc. Now the family must work harder than ever to overcome these challenges. N. If we disregard racist parts (but they do paint a picture of the time the book was written.
"[2], The novel was the first of five Newbery Honor books for Wilder, books 4 to 8 in the series. Another crappy decision by Pa. Along the way they were almost swept away down a river when he insisted they could cross it, wagon and all. It is based on a few years of her childhood when the Ingalls lived at Plum Creek near Walnut Grove, Minnesota, during the 1870s.

This book was so sweet and charming, and its simplicity was refreshing after some other heavier books I was reading. It was such an easy, lovely book to follow and I put it down with a happy sigh of contentment when I finished. Despite knowing how these stories turn out, I still get anxious for Pa coming home in the storm, or when trying to put out a prairie fire, and get grossed out by the leeches, cheer for Laura in her troubles with Nellie Oleson, and long to see the beautiful sunsets and sunrises described. Since it had been such a long time since I read this, I had forgotten most of the plot and, consequently, it was almost like reading this for the first time. But I enjoyed it enough to plough on with the next one! How fucking mean. I loved following Laura and Mary around their underground house, picking up plums and playing in the creek. Soon Pa builds a wonderful new little house with real glass windows and a hinged door. The Plum Creek golf experience is all about playing a remarkable golf course for a great value while receiving equally great service.

So, the novel ends with the happy family reunited on Christmas Eve. I loved this book! They settle into a house made of sod on the banks of beautiful Plum Creek. For the first time in Laura’s story (not including Farmer Boy since it revolved around Almanzo instead), the show begins to deviate from the books that inspired them. While I’ve enjoyed reading about Laura’s life, I’m becoming more and more thankful with every book read that I don’t live during the pioneer age. It can be read on its own, but there is much to be gained by knowing what Pa and Ma and Mary and Laura and baby Carrie have experienced. This is book #4 in the series. I loved following Laura and Mary around their underground house, picking up plums and playing in the creek. It is perfect Americana. The bit where Ma makes Laura give the baby visiting her doll to take home and the other mother allows her kid to take it, considering how few and far between any toys are - that bit killed me. She also wrote a regular newspaper column and kept a diary as an adult moving from South Dakota to Missouri, the latter of which has been published as a book. On the Banks of Plum Creek (Little House, #4). January 1st 2007 But I would not let oxen on it. I couldn't even tell you what the cover illustration was on this one (although I'm sure it was the above) as it has been gone for so very long. Ha! There, Nellie acts selfish and grabs the biggest piece of cake. Not sure if I'll read the next book in the series, but I'm glad I met this family.
Classics like that are not to be missed; there is a special feel to the. The narrator is, as in the other books able to draw us into the tale and help us to forgive Pa (who seems to make some very unwise decisions). I really enjoyed this story set in 1875-1877 with Laura Ingalls and her family. To see what your friends thought of this book. 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. [5], After failing at farming in the Dakotas in the 1890s—drought, illness, and fire contributing—Wilder moved with her husband, Almanzo, and young daughter, Rose, to the Ozarks in Missouri. Her descriptions of scenery are gorgeous, of course; but I love the tiny sentences that tell so much, like this one when eight-year-old Mary and seven-year-old Laura are confronted by a wild herd of cattle: This place should be called "Hell Hole", not "Plum Creek". This one has some of the most memorable moments in the Little House series: the little dugout house, the cow putting his foot through the roof, leeches in the creek, locusts, doing chores by following a rope between the house and barn in a blizzard..... all those moments of life in a pioneering era of hardship and pure heart. Welcome back. Refresh and try again. Laura and her sister have to quit school because it closed when the grasshoppers arrived. I look forward to reading these over and over again. And of course, in the midst of it, Once again, I enjoyed seeing this historical era through the eyes of someone who lived it. They had no money and all their crops were destroye. Here they settle in a little house made of sod beside the banks of beautiful Plum Creek. Let’s face it, 2020 is making us long for other timelines. “She heard pa shouting,"Jiminy crickets!It's raining fish-hooks and hammer handles!”, “Snow as fine and grainy as sugar covered the windows in and sifted off to the floor and did not melt.”. Some of the characters in the book, while still present, differed greatly from their counterparts I have come to know through the show. The word "Indian", referring to Native Americans, appears 12 times in it, most of them dealing with the Ingalls' time in Indian Territory. I don't know who I would recommend this to as it depicts a very different world from that of today's children and is not necessarily what adults would want to read! What I recall is Pa telling his story of snow blindness and falling into a ditch in a blizzard and sleeping in a bearskin coat for a couple days under six feet of snow and then, when the storm clears, seeing he was very close to his Plum Banks home and trudging in.
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Makes RV camping as a way of engaging with the wilderness look a little tame, let's say. And of course, in the midst of it all, the Ingalls family continued to learn, grow, and be their lovable selves. The narrator is, as in the other books able to draw us into the tale and help us to forgive Pa (who seems to make some very unwise decisions). “On the Banks of Plum Creek” is a young adult semi-autobiographical novel by Laura Ingalls Wilder, and is part of her “Little House on the Prairie” series. Those grasshoppers were disturbing and stomach-turning to read about, and I’m incredibly grateful that I didn’t have to see them on the show. ), Christmas at church, leeches in the creek...so many fun and interesting and sad and scary and happy things happen in this one. :), If we disregard racist parts (but they do paint a picture of the time the book was written. Now that they live near a town, Laura and Mary go to school for the first time. 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.

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And I could sympathize and feel bad for them when their crop was destroyed by grasshopers, and Pa had to leave for many months to find work. For instance, the first book has them in the dense forests of Wisconsin in the last quarter of the 19th century. Truly, I now want to revisit each book in the series, from beginning to end. It is based on a few years of her childhood when the Ingalls lived at Plum Creek near Walnut Grove, Minnesota, during the 1870s. Laura and Mary attend a party at the Olesons' home. 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. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I feel that, as more the family goes west, the harder their life is and the nature is more dangerous and unpredictable. Pa’s fiddle lulls them all to sleep at the end of the day. Garth Williams This has been the most exciting yet of the series with even more disasters and fewer descriptions. Since they live closer to the town, we get more interactions with other characters. Such grand adventures Laura had! It's easy to get so stuck on the subject matter of the stories Wilder tells that we fail to notice her brilliant, deceptively quiet writing. A lot of their extended family live nearby. Love all the books written by this author.

In this book Laura is living in Minnesota in a dugout type of house-literally a hole underground. He had to eat all of the measly crackers and Christmas candy to stay alive. I hope my future children (if God so blesses me) will adore this book (and the rest) as much as I. I’m still completely engrossed in this series. See all 4 questions about On the Banks of Plum Creek…, (Poll Ballot Tally) On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder - 4 stars, [Poll Books Tally] On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder 4.5 stars, On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder 4 stars (poll ballot), On the Banks of Plum Creek (Little House #4), Little House 04 - On the Banks of Plum Creek, On the Banks of Plum Creek / Laura Ingalls-Wilder. ...Laura is always in trouble, but a staunch young person when brought to the text. [7], Front dust jacket with Sewell's illustration, Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Newbery Medal and Honor Books, 1922–Present", Association for Library Service to Children, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=On_the_Banks_of_Plum_Creek&oldid=981381925, Articles needing additional references from September 2015, All articles needing additional references, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 1 October 2020, at 23:55. In Little House on the Prairie, they leave Wisconsin and journey alone into Missouri and, finally, Kansas.

Wilder tells stories with such remarkable narrative ability, you can't help but get deeply buried into each story.

I think it had a lot to do with crazy Papa and his wild ways. I’m still completely engrossed in this series. Laura and Mary go to school, help with the chores around the house, and fish in the creek. I've heard of grasshopper clouds dimming the sun but to have it and the destruction the insects caused described was both frightening and fascinating. Genre Fiction

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. with proper explanation of the context to the children, this could be a great lesson book about prejudice), this was a really fun read. Pa soon builds a new, above-ground, wooden house for his family, trusting that their first crop of wheat will pay for the lumber and materials.

What were the fireball things that came down from the stovepipe? [6], Wilder wrote Pioneer Girl, an adult version of her autobiography, before she wrote her book series.

"If anything, it is better than her enchanting Little House in the Big Woods. [ What did they eat when Pa was away the first time? For two harvest seasons, Pa is forced to walk three hundred miles east to find work on farms that escaped the grasshopper plague. Pa trades 2 ponies for a dugout and a stable. [ What did they eat when Pa was away the first time? TM ® & © 2016 Scholastic Inc. All Rights Reserved. They had a permanent home, savings, etc. Now the family must work harder than ever to overcome these challenges. N. If we disregard racist parts (but they do paint a picture of the time the book was written.
"[2], The novel was the first of five Newbery Honor books for Wilder, books 4 to 8 in the series. Another crappy decision by Pa. Along the way they were almost swept away down a river when he insisted they could cross it, wagon and all. It is based on a few years of her childhood when the Ingalls lived at Plum Creek near Walnut Grove, Minnesota, during the 1870s.

This book was so sweet and charming, and its simplicity was refreshing after some other heavier books I was reading. It was such an easy, lovely book to follow and I put it down with a happy sigh of contentment when I finished. Despite knowing how these stories turn out, I still get anxious for Pa coming home in the storm, or when trying to put out a prairie fire, and get grossed out by the leeches, cheer for Laura in her troubles with Nellie Oleson, and long to see the beautiful sunsets and sunrises described. Since it had been such a long time since I read this, I had forgotten most of the plot and, consequently, it was almost like reading this for the first time. But I enjoyed it enough to plough on with the next one! How fucking mean. I loved following Laura and Mary around their underground house, picking up plums and playing in the creek. Soon Pa builds a wonderful new little house with real glass windows and a hinged door. The Plum Creek golf experience is all about playing a remarkable golf course for a great value while receiving equally great service.

So, the novel ends with the happy family reunited on Christmas Eve. I loved this book! They settle into a house made of sod on the banks of beautiful Plum Creek. For the first time in Laura’s story (not including Farmer Boy since it revolved around Almanzo instead), the show begins to deviate from the books that inspired them. While I’ve enjoyed reading about Laura’s life, I’m becoming more and more thankful with every book read that I don’t live during the pioneer age. It can be read on its own, but there is much to be gained by knowing what Pa and Ma and Mary and Laura and baby Carrie have experienced. This is book #4 in the series. I loved following Laura and Mary around their underground house, picking up plums and playing in the creek. It is perfect Americana. The bit where Ma makes Laura give the baby visiting her doll to take home and the other mother allows her kid to take it, considering how few and far between any toys are - that bit killed me. She also wrote a regular newspaper column and kept a diary as an adult moving from South Dakota to Missouri, the latter of which has been published as a book. On the Banks of Plum Creek (Little House, #4). January 1st 2007 But I would not let oxen on it. I couldn't even tell you what the cover illustration was on this one (although I'm sure it was the above) as it has been gone for so very long. Ha! There, Nellie acts selfish and grabs the biggest piece of cake. Not sure if I'll read the next book in the series, but I'm glad I met this family.
Classics like that are not to be missed; there is a special feel to the. The narrator is, as in the other books able to draw us into the tale and help us to forgive Pa (who seems to make some very unwise decisions). I really enjoyed this story set in 1875-1877 with Laura Ingalls and her family. To see what your friends thought of this book. 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. [5], After failing at farming in the Dakotas in the 1890s—drought, illness, and fire contributing—Wilder moved with her husband, Almanzo, and young daughter, Rose, to the Ozarks in Missouri. Her descriptions of scenery are gorgeous, of course; but I love the tiny sentences that tell so much, like this one when eight-year-old Mary and seven-year-old Laura are confronted by a wild herd of cattle: This place should be called "Hell Hole", not "Plum Creek". This one has some of the most memorable moments in the Little House series: the little dugout house, the cow putting his foot through the roof, leeches in the creek, locusts, doing chores by following a rope between the house and barn in a blizzard..... all those moments of life in a pioneering era of hardship and pure heart. Welcome back. Refresh and try again. Laura and her sister have to quit school because it closed when the grasshoppers arrived. I look forward to reading these over and over again. And of course, in the midst of it, Once again, I enjoyed seeing this historical era through the eyes of someone who lived it. They had no money and all their crops were destroye. Here they settle in a little house made of sod beside the banks of beautiful Plum Creek. Let’s face it, 2020 is making us long for other timelines. “She heard pa shouting,"Jiminy crickets!It's raining fish-hooks and hammer handles!”, “Snow as fine and grainy as sugar covered the windows in and sifted off to the floor and did not melt.”. Some of the characters in the book, while still present, differed greatly from their counterparts I have come to know through the show. The word "Indian", referring to Native Americans, appears 12 times in it, most of them dealing with the Ingalls' time in Indian Territory. I don't know who I would recommend this to as it depicts a very different world from that of today's children and is not necessarily what adults would want to read! What I recall is Pa telling his story of snow blindness and falling into a ditch in a blizzard and sleeping in a bearskin coat for a couple days under six feet of snow and then, when the storm clears, seeing he was very close to his Plum Banks home and trudging in.

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