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The adventures of Laura Ingalls and her family continue as they move from their little house on the banks of Plum Creek to the wilderness of the unsettled Dakota Territory Here Pa works on the new railroad until he finds a homestead claim that is perfect for their new little house Laura takes her first train ride as she, her sisters, and their mother come out to live with Pa on the shores of Silver Lake After a lonely winter in the surveyors house, Pa puts up the first building in what will soon be a brand new town on the beautiful shores of Silver Lake The Ingallses covered wagon travels are finally over I ve always thought that this is where the series really started to grow up and mature, much like Laura herself Sure, bad things happened in previous books, but you never really felt it, quite like you do here I still always cry about Jack, and I always feel so sad about Mary, and about how Laura takes it upon herself to make sure Mary gets to go to college, no matter what Laura has to do. Sniffs Wipes away tear Laura knew then that she was not a little girl anyNow she was alone she must take care of herself When you must do that, then you do it and you are grown up Oh, they grow up so fast, don t they I do wish that this series could stay with Laura as a young girl running around and having adventures with Ma, Pa and her sisters But, Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote this as autobiographical and so her younger self had to grow.Gone are the isolated cabins in Wisconsin Sniffs Wipes away tear Laura knew then that she was not a little girl anyNow she was alone she must take care of herself When you must do that, then you do it and you are grown up Oh, they grow up so fast, don t they I do wish that this series could stay with Laura as a young girl running around and having adventures with Ma, Pa and her sisters But, Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote this as autobiographical and so her younger self had to grow.Gone are the isolated cabins in Wisconsin and here is the bustling brand new town of DeSmet Laura and her family are living in atownnow and with that comes quite a lot of differences The girls have to go to school and behave like little ladies but if you think that will stop Laura from letting loose, then you have another thing coming Told in simple, plain language, this book manages to capture the beauty and the wildness of town life in the late 1800s What a time to be alive Audiobook CommentsRead by Cherry Jones and accompanied by Paul Woodiel on the fiddle absolutely loved it YouTube Blog Instagram Twitter Snapchat miranda.reads Happy Reading One of the things I love about this series is how the prose grows with the protagonist Four year old Laura lives in a world with short sentences and simple feelings, and thirteen year old Laura, who has had to broaden her vocabulary to help describe things to her blind sister, inhabits a text that is intricately described and which gives a broader overview of events and situations. Alright By the Shores of Silver Lake You ready, Eleanor E Mm hmm.Dad Ok Go for it.E Um Well My favorite paaaarrrrt waaaassssss hmmmmmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm Chapter 8 I thiiiink I think, daddy I think uh My favorite part was when they went out in the shanty, and when they got do you want me to tell you the surprising part that I liked, or the regular part that I liked D Start with the regular part.E My favorite parts were the ones with the littlest sister, Grace Gra Alright By the Shores of Silver Lake You ready, Eleanor E Mm hmm.Dad Ok Go for it.E Um Well My favorite paaaarrrrt waaaassssss hmmmmmmm hmmm hmmm hmmm Chapter 8 I thiiiink I think, daddy I think uh My favorite part was when they went out in the shanty, and when they got do you want me to tell you the surprising part that I liked, or the regular part that I liked D Start with the regular part.E My favorite parts were the ones with the littlest sister, Grace Grace was introduced in chapter one One of the first sentences says, Mary, Carrie, and baby Grace Eleanor picked up on a funny thing though They never actually say Grace is their sister This was pretty frustrating for Eleanor, because she wanted to be CERTAIN that it WAS their sister before saying it We talked about it being inferred, but that wasn t good enough for her I had forgotten all about this, even though Eleanor brought it up quite a few times It took all the way until page 180 before it was explicit And there on Ma s lap sat the littlest sister Grace, with her hair the color of sunshine, and eyes as blue as violets When I read that part, El interrupted, shouting out DAD DAD GRACE IS THEIR SISTER Does this mean we don t have to infer any I just read what I wrote to Eleanor E Dad, I didn t mean to interrupt, I was just so surprised and shocked, I couldn t help it.D Yeah, don t worry about it I love it when you get into the story What other parts did you like in the book E I liked when they talked about the Shepherdess, because they hadn t talked about her in a REALLY long time.D Anything else E Something big happened to Mary, Laura, Carrie, Ma, and Pa Men kept coming to their house, because theirs was the only house around And they kept EATING AND EATING AND EATING OH DAD D Yeah E It s the review now, so why do they keep moving and moving and moving D What do you mean E Well, because when we read that book you said not to ask that question, and wait until the review to ask it.D Oh, yeah It s a good question They moved a LOT, didn t they E Yeah Why did they Did Pa like to move or something Why did they keep moving and moving and moving D I think, if I were Ma, I would have been very frustrated about this How many times did they move Do you remember E They moved in Little House on the Prairie, from Wisconsin to the Prairie And then to Independence, Missouri And then to the Creek And to the Wonderful House that was book 5 remember, Farmer Boy wasn t about them.D Yeah, yeah You re right Keep going.E Then, to the Shanty Then to the surveyor s house And then to the one with cracks Then to their claim So, it looks like the one with the surveyors was 6 which means they ve moved 8 times so far.D You are really good at keeping track of this I m not going to fact check you.E What s fact check mean And why are the Big Woods called Wisconsin D I ll get to that later Give me a minute to be impressed with you I would have forgotten a couple of those places.E DAD You still didn t answer my question Why did they move so much D I don t know But maybe it was because Pa was never content Maybe he thought the grass was always greener on the other side That means he thought life would be better somewhere else, even though it would have been just as good where they were Like, Pa thought the wonderful house was going to be wonderful but he didn t know about the grasshoppers If they would have just stayed in the big woods, they would have had to dig out all those stumps, but they wouldn t have had to deal with the grasshoppers you know I think Ma s the best character in the books.E Why D She s very self less And I think it s very admirable to be self less.E I like Grace.D Why do you like GraceE I like Grace , because she started out like a baby, like Carrie.D So, you like youth Young people E Yeah I like them to start out young, and get older and get older and get olderD Our family has 3 little girls and up until now, their family had 3 little girls Do you think we need to have another little girl now too E I think so, because who will be Grace That s what I wanna know.D Well, who are the other kids, and tell me whyE Me, Gwennie, and Poppy Poppy s is Carrie because she s 1 Gwen s Laura because she s 4 And I m Mary because I m 6 and the oldest and Mary and I are blind And Mary sometimes bosses Laura around, and I sometimes boss Gwennie around Will mom be mad if I put that in the review.D I don t think so.E And sometimes Gwennie tries to boss me around too And sometimes Laura tries to boss Mary around too, even though Laura s younger.D So this was another good Little House book E Mm hmm Lets add laughs The Long Winter to the currently reading shelf.D Ok