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Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder By: Anita Lam
Early Childhood • • • Born: February 7, 1867 Where: Near Pepin, Wisconsin Traveled a lot Age 8 went to school Mother taught in winter
Family • • Older sister Mary Amelia Younger sisters: Caroline “Carrie” , Grace Younger brother: Charles Fredrick Mary blind from scarlet fever Pa: Charles Ingalls Ma: Caroline Quiner Ingalls Laura: Died Febuary 10, 1957 Carrie, Mary, Laura
Life as a Writer • Wanted to share her life • Her daughter Rose, a writer, inspired her to write • Rose was a newspaper writer in San Francisco
Some Books She Had Written • • Little House In The Big Woods- April 1932 Farmer Boy- 1933 Little House on the Prairie- 1935 These Happy Golden Years – 1943
Awards She Won Newbery Honor Award: ● On the Banks of Plum Creek-1938 • By the Shores of Silver Lake-1940 • The Long Winter-1941 • Little Town on the Prairie-1942
My Favorite Books Little House in the Big Woods because: • Makes me seem like I’m in there The First Four Years because: • Funny Little House on the Prairie because: • Exciting ●Very tense
Literary Elements Little House in the Big Woods Laura, Ma, Pa Literary Elements Characters The bullet was Indirect too hot to Characterizatouch. But tion Laura could not help touching it Little House on the Prairie Laura, Ma, Pa Laura swallowed hard to keep from crying
Little House in the Big Woods Little House on the Prairie Cheery, and comfortable Atmosphere Dangerous They learned to adapt to the woods. Climax The dog Jack got lost while crossing the Mississippi. Dialogue Pa said to Ma: “Take your time Caroline. We won’t move till we want to, ” Can’t I go out to play Ma” “May Laura, ” Said Ma.
Little House in the Big Woods The air was cold and frosty the light was gray. Little House on the Prairie Imagery Motivation Third Person Point Of View The gophers was as soft as velvet. To settle in the west. Third Person
Little House in the Big Woods The merry life in a little log cabin in the big woods. Little House on the Prairie Brief Plot Moving west in a prairie schooner. And then settling there.
Conclusion The books she wrote taught me a lot. Like how life was moving west, and what tools they used such as a butter churn. She taught me everyday is an adventure. Her life traveling around inspired me to travel a lot and to try new things. Laura helped teach me things and change some things in my life.
Bibliography 1. 2. Wadsworth, Ginger. Laura Ingalls Wilder Storyteller of the Prairie. New York, NY: Library of Congress, 1997. Print. Anderson, William. A Biography of Laura Ingalls Wilder. New York, NY: Harper Collins Publishers, 1992. Print.