The World's Fair

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Scholastic, 1995 - Fiction - 223 pages
3 Reviews
While reporting the events of the St. Louis World's Fair for her local newspaper in 1906, Laura Ingalls Wilder teams up with Alice Roosevelt to stop the inhuman Anthropological Games.

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Review: The World's Fair (Days of Laura Ingalls Wilder #5)

User Review  - Missy - Goodreads

This is a horrible book. This is not like Laura Ingalls Wilder books. When I read this book, didn't feel like Laura Ingalls Wilder. I have another book by TL Tedrow Called Promised Land. I don't want read that book. the other characters. I have no idea, who they were. I didn't like them. Read full review

Review: The World's Fair (Days of Laura Ingalls Wilder #5)

User Review  - Lauri - Goodreads

Good reason why the Little House Trust took the author to court to stop his unauthorized use of Laura Ingalls Wilder's name. Also, his story about why not to be a racist portrays almost all minorities to be carictures. The Younguns arae horribly annoying children. Read full review

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FOREWORD
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Ozark Spring
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Attic Memories
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