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She also had a horse, Bunny, who she sold to the Olesons in order to buy Caroline a stove for Christmas.Laura did manage to get Bunny back, but Bunny's life was cut short when she fell over a wired fence.Laura also got her love of Lemon Verbena perfume from Miss Beadle. Edwards drunk in a saloon, and offered him to come back to Walnut Grove so he could be rehabilitated, unbeknown to Laura who thought he was just on a visit. Edwards also took a liking or "took a shine" in prairie talk, to Grace Snider, a widow who worked in the post office.
The teacher of the school was Miss Beadle, who Laura and Mary were both fond of as Miss Beadle was of them.Their prayers were answered though when one evening Laura heard a noise from a nearby grassy area and a furry wet head popped up and it was Jack. After building a home and turning over a new leaf in Kansas, The Ingalls, along with all the other white settlers who had moved to the area, were ordered to leave by the government because they were on the "wrong side" of a boundary separating Native American lands from lands open to settlement, as Charles said. Edwards said a tearful goodbye to each other, but they would soon meet again.Eventually the Ingalls settled in the open prairies of Kansas, and one day Charles brought Mr. The Ingalls family then traveled back north and settled on another farm near Walnut Grove, Minnesota.Laura told Pa about this, and later he got an idea to build a special shoe for Olga, so that both of her legs could be even.