Laura Ingalls Wilder
By Valeria Pena
Laura Ingalls Wilder was born on February 7,1867 close to a place called Pepin, Wisconsin. She was a teacher in South Dakoto from 1882-1885. Her family later moved to Kansas. This is where she began to write her books. She married Almonzo Wilder in 1885. She published Littel House in the Big woods in 1932. Wilder wrote her last book in 1943. She died when in 1957, when she was 90 years old.
Laura Ingalls was born on February 7,1867 in a log cabin near Pepin, Wisconsin. She had and older sister named Mary and two younger sisters. Their names were Carrie and Grace. She also had a younger brother. Her brother died when he was nine months old, and her sister, Mary, was blind.
A Time for Change
They had a daughter named Rose, and Rose told her mom to write a book about her life. Rose thought her life was exciting, but Laura thought that nobody would read her stories. She wrote her story but never published it. She only read it to her daughter Rose. So then Rose started to tell people about her mother's life.