Publish date: October 1st 1988
Publisher: Puffin Books
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
, Read For School
, Realistic Fiction
Series: Brian's Saga (#1)
The writing is rough, particularly in the beginning. It's SO repetitive I thought I might have to stop reading. But once the story settles and Brian is in the wilderness, it got better and I pushed through. I enjoy this type of book. I think there's something about being left on your own to get by...
Brian is on his way to Canada to visit his estranged father when the pilot of his small prop plane suffers a heart attack. Thirteen-year-old Brian is forced to crash-land the plane in a lake, and finds himself stranded in the remote Canadian wilderness with only his clothing and the hatchet his moth...
Brian, a thirteen-year-old boy, was on his way to visit his father for the summer when his pilot suffered a heart attacked and died. Brian crash landed into the lake in a forest. He must learn to survive on his own with nothing but a hatchet given to him by his mother before he left. The book keeps ...
This is a fictional story about a teenage boy who is in an airplane crash and gets stranded. All he has to protect him is his hatchet. He must learn to survive on his own. I think this book would be good for children between 4th and 5th grade. According to Fountas and Pinell, it would belong in the ...
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleWhen I was a kid, I had this thing about not reading books that everyone around me was reading. Sometimes I regret this choice. This is one of those times.I'm not sure if I would like this book better as a kid (or if I could have even finished it), but...