Laura explored the area around her new home. There was the creek, and the plum thickets, and miles and miles of grass. She ran around a bend in the path, and then she saw a door. A door standing straight up in the grassy bank. The whole house was underground! Years later, when all that was left of that underground house was an indentation in the creek bank, Laura wrote down her memories to share with the children of today. Teach your children about America's wonderful pioneering past with On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingalls Wilder and our accompanying lapbook and study guide! Book not included.