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This short episode is rife with the kind of gritty--even gruesome--details readers have come to expect from the Newbery Honor author. In an afterword, Paulsen reminds readers that he bases his stories on personal experiences and his extensive knowledge of the wild side of nature.
Confidential to avid fans: an intimation of romance amid all the rugged drama hints that this will not be the last Brian book, either. (Ages 10 to 13) --Emilie Coulter
My daughter (3rd grade) loves the Brian Saga and this book didn't disappoint her. I highly recommend for both boys and girls.Published 1 month ago by A. Dillinger
My husband bought this series to read to my 9 yr old daughter and she absolutely loved it. There is drama, adventure, and just a touch of comedic relief to keep it from being too... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
The book arrived quickly and the packaging was good. It came in new condition and appropriate sized. It was not one of those mini versions. My daughter is enjoying it.Published 1 month ago by Regina
Brian is a wonderful character, understandably changed by his survival of the crash. We get a chance to experience the woods from his perspective. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L. Holland
One of the best books I have ever read. In the past ten years I have most likely read this book at least three times.Published 2 months ago by demlockian