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Woods Runner is required reading for a middle school.
The historical vignettes between chapters provide background for the reader to better appreciate and understand the events of the story.
Woods Runner has the same zing to Call of the Wild except it takes place during the American revolution, great story.
Not really sure about it. It wasn't the best book but it had potential. Not bad but not a great bookPublished 10 days ago by Sarah Peng
This is an amazing book about the war. I would rate it a 5/5.
I especially loved this book because I love historical fiction.
My son loves Gary Paulsen Books. They ignite your imagination.Published 27 days ago by three.pecanpies
The story was good and the plot moves along sharply. However, the story could have been fleshed out a little more. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stephen K. Smith
i had to read this for a social studies assignment and it was totally worth it. enjoyable and very strivingPublished 1 month ago by Brandi M Fletcher
Used as our book club selection for the six weeks.We have been studying the American Revolution, so the plot was terrific to connect with what we have been studying. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jane Ott-Lane
In the wilderness of Pennsylvania Colony about the time of the American Revolutionary War 1775, a young lad of age 13 loses his parents to a British Force and Iroquois Indian War... Read morePublished 2 months ago by richard e whitelock
I assigned this to my son as part of our homeschool curriculum. His review is below:
I think the book was fine because it's educational and suspenseful, and it shows how... Read more
It's a pretty good book. At the beginning like most books, it sucked.... alot... but after the first 3 or 4 chapters it gets better and better and in the end I would rate this a 4... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jin Terada