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Weasel Paperback – October 1, 1991
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Top Customer Reviews
I think this was a good book because the author describes all the characters and settings very well. The story also has a good plot and is always grabbing your attention. This book is great for intermediate readers because it is exciting, adventurous, but not too long.
The kids and Pa stay with Ezra for a few days until Nathan goes back to the farm to feed the animals. He finds the farm trashed and most of the animals either dead or missing. Nathan knows this was done by weasel and when he is on his journey back to Ezra's he is captured by weasel. He manages to escape and weasel shoots himself in the foot. Pa gets better and they all leave Ezra and return home. Weasel had told Nathan horrible stories about cutting out Ezra's tongue and killing his wife. Now Nathan wants revenge.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this was the best book ever: so suspenseful and ridonkulass. i was smitten with all the characters, even the pig. i did gasp.Published 18 days ago by plus ultra mega
By: Cynthia Defelice
The conflict in this book is between a boy named Nathan and a man named Weasel. Nathan is a boy who likes to explore and find clues. Read more
Great for upper elementary students! Very suspenseful. Will hold their attention til the very last page!Published 13 months ago by pollyanna
I first read this book in Elementary school (sometime between 3rd and 5th grade). The story stuck with me so much throughout the years that I had to own a copy. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Patrick Flattery
I read this book every year for 11 years to my fifth grade students . The boys as well as the girls loved the story about territorial growth and Indian relationships. Read morePublished on September 2, 2013 by Amazon Customer