My First Little House Books: Winter Days in the Big Woods by Laura Ingalls Wilder, 1932 (text), 1987 (illustrations), Harper Collings Publishers
Winter Days in the Big Woods is a picturebook adapted from the original Little House Books by Laura Ingalls Wilder. This Little House Book is illustrated by Renee Graef. This specific Little House Books sets the reader up for what it looks like in the fall time and how the family prepares for the hard Northern winters. She describes what her Ma, Pa, her sisters, and herself do to help the family prepare for the long winter. Once winter comes Laura tells a beautiful and simple story about what her and her family would do on the very long days to make the time pass. Read this book to find out how Laura and her family survived the Wisconsin winters! These books have received numerous recognitions and awards over the years because of the timeless stories that are being told by Laura. Great for a reader looking for simple ideas on what to do when the weather is no good and also for the reader looking to learn more about American history. The My First Little House Books are intended for young readers and the chapter books are intended for older and more mature readers. Everyone should pick up these books as they are both entertaining and informative.
- Lesson plan (Bright Hub Education)
- Quiz for teachers
- If you liked Winter Days in the Big Woods, check out the other My First Little House Books or Our Only May Amelia by Jennifer Holm