HatcheteBook - 1996
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red_wolf_4386 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 40
tang88260_0 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 14 and 18
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13-year-old Brian Robeson struggles to survive in the North Canadian wilderness after his plane crashes.
In this book, a tween named Brian is on a plane flight to visit his dad. In the plane, the pilot gets a heart attack and Brian is forced to try and fly the plane as long as he can. When he crashes, he gets injured and slowly recovers in the wilderness with only a hatchet. Along the way, he makes new tools that help him in many ways during his treacherous days in the forest. He eventually gets rescued by a man that came looking for him.
After a plane crash in the Canadian wilderness, thirteen year old, Brain must learn to survive the wilderness with the use of his only tool a hatchet.
BRIAN ROBERSONS GET LOST AND HAS NO WAY TO OUT. THEN HE TRIES HIS BEST AND FINALLY SURVIVES.
this is about a boy named brian survivaling in the wildernees after his plane crashed
Brian Robeson is going to his dad's home in Canada but the pilot of the small bush plane he is riding has a heart attack and dies. Brian has to land the plane and survive in the wilderness.
The book that I Have just finished is called, “The Hatchet” by Gary Paulsen a realistic-fiction book. In the book the protagonist is, Brian Robeson a fourteen year old teenager. The setting which most took place was the forest of Northern Canada. Brian is trying to go to Canada by an airplane to see his father during the summer; however, the pilot had a heart attack and died the plane; however, went out of control and Brian and the pilot fell down into a lake in the Northern Canada forest. The protagonist is the obstacles is the things in the forest that is trying to get him dead, for an example: the mosquitoes are keep on biting him and lead poison into his body which could lead him to death. There is a second part to the book which is called, “The River” also by Gary Paulsen and a realistic-fiction book.
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