Letter to Patricia Lauber
Dear Patricia Lauber
Your book Changing The Face of North America has taught me a lot about how America has evolved thought the time period of the 1900s to the 2000s. It showed me how the railroad system has been advanced in each state and how even new things were being made at that same time period like airplanes and cards were becoming built and how there were becoming more advanced. I also learned many fun facts about this book.
I have a few questions about this book though. Number one. What inspired you to make a Non-Fiction story about how North America changed over time, do like to non fiction books, what are the benefits/ disadvantages about making a non-fiction book. Number two. How long did it take for you to create a book like this? I was just wondering because you have a lot of facts and details and I wanted to know about how long did it take to gather the information and transform it into a very interesting book.
Number 3: Why would you make a non-fiction book when you usually write children books, what made you change to non-fiction books, what inspired you, because it is an interesting change.
These are my questions and I really hope you come up with another book like this because it was very interesting, although your books for kids aren't that bad at all either. I hope you will still keep writing books, and also another question, what's the favorite book you wrote, so I could pick it up on the next stop to my library. Thank you and I hope you will have a good time reading this letter to you and answering these questions that I ask. Once again thanks for a great book with a lot of detail and facts, and from now on, I think I will read more non fiction books.