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On The Banks of Plum Creek-PB : The Little House Years, Vol. #4

Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder; Illustrated by Garth Williams Revised Edition
Publisher: New York, New York : Harper & Row Publishers, 1971.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : English : 1971 First Harper Trophy Book Printing; First Published in 1937View all editions and formats
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At first, the Ingalls lived in a sod house in Minnesota. Then Pa built a clean new house beside Plum Creek, buying the materials for it on credit, intending to pay for them with the fall wheat harvest. But just before the harvest, a strange glittering cloud suddenly blocked out the sun. Plunk! Something dropped on Laura's head, and fell to the ground. It was the biggest grasshopper she had ever seen. Millions of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laura Ingalls Wilder; Illustrated by Garth Williams Revised Edition
ISBN: 0064400042 9780064400046
OCLC Number: 779623178
Description: 338.
Responsibility: By Laura Ingalls Wilder, Illustrated by Garth Williams.

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At first, the Ingalls lived in a sod house in Minnesota. Then Pa built a clean new house beside Plum Creek, buying the materials for it on credit, intending to pay for them with the fall wheat harvest. But just before the harvest, a strange glittering cloud suddenly blocked out the sun. Plunk! Something dropped on Laura's head, and fell to the ground. It was the biggest grasshopper she had ever seen. Millions of them descended over the country-side - and there there was no wheat crop.

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