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Brian's Winter

by Gary Paulsen
In Gary Paulsen's classic novel Hatchet (see #414), thirteen-year-old Brian is rescued from the Canadian wilderness after a plane crash. But what if Brian hadn't been rescued? 149 pages, Ages 12 & up

Item Number: 465
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $16.50
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5I first heard about Brian's Winter when my teacher gave every student a copy the day before winter break. I am not a very bookish person, so I only read books that I tremendously like from the first chapter. This book was one of the rare books that captivated me on the first page. Without warning, Brian is involved in a horrible plane crash. He sustains no injuries. Later he survives on the isolated lake grounds for a very long time. I was very interested in all of Brian's weapons, his Native American ways of survival, and his hunting skills. I was really impressed by Brian's way of survival in the wilderness. It was very suspenseful and exciting when Brian had to put up somewhat of a fight against some of his larger prey. I just couldn't put the book down. In conclusion, Brian's Winter was filled with excitement, suspense, and emotion.
2011-08-09

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