When I was a child, every girl read and cherished Laura Ingalls Wilder and her Little House on the Prairie Series. We loved the TV series, too, but the books were extra-special. I remember being 9, in 1974, and walking to "Tom Sawyer's Book Raft" in our little shopping center. I'd saved enough to buy "These Happy Golden Years" (the last I needed to complete the set). How I remember rushing home to read it. Now you can bring early American history into your social studies lessons with free activities from Laura Ingalls Wilder. Here's how
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