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Review of Little House on the Prairie
By Katy
Genre: Non-fiction Level: Elementary K-3
Category: Student Examples

Katy

Little House on the Prairie, By Laura Ingalls Wilder

This is a book about little girl named Laura. Her mom, dad, big sister Mary, and little sister Carrie move from the big woods to the wide prairie. This book shows how to build a lot of things and tells each step of the project. This book tells how Laura and her family learned to survive and cooperate together while living on the prairie. I liked this book because it was fun and exciting. I also liked it because Laura is adventurous and I am too.

Katy's drawing

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About the Author: Katy is a 3rd Grader at Chugach Optional Elementary School in Anchorage, AK.
 

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