In Hatchet, year-old Brian Robeson learned to survive alone in the Canadian wilderness, armed only with his hatchet. Finally, as millions of readers know. Brian's Winter is the alternate ending sequel to Hatchet. Still stranded at the L- shape lake, the story follows Brian into the Fall and Winter in the Canadian. Brian's Winter. Written by Gary Paulsen. Juvenile Fiction - Action & Adventure | Laurel Leaf | Paperback |. January | $ |
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question of Brian's winter survival. It is important to note, however, that his previous knowledge was vital—he had to know summer survival to attempt living in. Brian's winter [electronic resource (PDF eBook)] / Gary Paulsen. Saved in: Processing (CPL) - eBooks (PDF) - Children's Fiction. Brian's winter [electronic resource (PDF eBook)] / Gary Paulsen. Saved in: Headquarters (AVRL) - eBooks (PDF) - Children's Fiction.
By developing tools, such as spears or bows and arrows, they became more efficient hunters and were better able to survive.
In a similar way, Brian improves his chance for survival by creating a bow and arrows for hunting and defending himself. Brian used the cord from his sleeping bag to string the bow, which shows that Brian is very resourceful.
He needs to protect himself from large predators. He can also use them to hunt for food, which will help him survive. What skills are required to hunt with a bow and arrow?
Ho do you know? It requires strength to pull the bow and control and practice to make the arrow hit a target. Brian struggles painfully to pull the bow. He practices many hours to gain enough skill to hunt.
What do you think the bear will do?
What do you think Brian will do? The bear will eat Brian s food. Brian will try to get his bow and arrows to shoot the bear. What causes the bear to hit Brian? It wants the meat he has stored, and Brian is lying between the bear and the meat.
These words suggest dangerhe awakened suddenly-no time to react What causes suspense for the reader?
He feels paralyzed and helpless. He doesn t think anything will protect him from the bear. What overall idea is suggested by the skunk defeating the bear? Brian s decision to feed Betty was a good one because the skunk has proved to be a powerful to Brian.
Why is Brian surprised by the way Betty acts after the bear leaves? Betty wants to eat and Brian is still recovering form the bear attack. He can t believe the Betty is thinking about food.
To teach readers survival skills To entertain readers with a story of survival in the wild To inform readers about the habits of bears and skunks To describe winter in the Canadian wilderness. Conflict-Brian faces the winter alone in the wilderness. A skunk enters his camp area. Plot events- Brian avoids being sprayed by a skunk by giving it meat.
It comes back expecting food, and he feeds it again. Write the word and the definition of the word. What did Brian call the new bow that he needed? Brian knew that he would have to face several problems. What were three problems he would face? On page 25, Brian tells us something that he has learned.
What is it? What had Brian seen at Pinter's Sporting Goods store? Who were the pros at living in the wilderness? On page 28, Brian is famished.
What does famished mean? Why did Brian think that his arrow was lucky? Did Brian ever use the arrow again? What did Brian use to draw pictures with? Do you like the story so far? On page 32, Brian says that he just about went crazy. Why was he feeling this way?
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