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Hatchet ebook

by Peter Coyote,Gary Paulsen


Read splendidly by Peter Coyote, it is a captivating story of a boy's survival in the northern Canadian woods

Gary Paulsen is one of the most honored writers of contemporary literature for young readers, author of three Newbery Honor titles, Dogsong, Hatchet, and The Winter Room. He has written over 100 books for adults and young readers. He divides his time among Alaska, New Mexico, Minnesota, and the Pacific. Read splendidly by Peter Coyote, it is a captivating story of a boy's survival in the northern Canadian woods. My son was mesmerized. He and I thoroughly enjoyed the story, and it helped time pass quickly on our long drive north.

Gary Paulsen (Author), Peter Coyote (Narrator), Listening Library (Publisher). My thanks to Gary Paulsen for creating a series of books that hold the interest of the reader and encourage them to learn the love of reading. 16 people found this helpful. Get this audiobook plus a second, free. Get 2 free Audible books + 2 Originals.

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Hatchet is a 1986 Newbery Honor-winning young-adult wilderness survival novel written by American writer Gary Paulsen. It is the first novel of five in the Hatchet series. Brian Robeson is a thirteen-year-old son of divorced parents

Hatchet is a 1986 Newbery Honor-winning young-adult wilderness survival novel written by American writer Gary Paulsen. Brian Robeson is a thirteen-year-old son of divorced parents. As he travels from Hampton, New York on a Cessna 406 bush plane to visit his father in the oil fields in Northern Canada for the summer, the pilot suffers a massive heart attack and dies.

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On his way to visit his recently divorced father in the Canadian mountains, thirteen-year-old Brian Robeson is the only survivor when the single-engine plane crashes. His body battered, his clothes in shreds, Brian must now stay alive in the boundless Canadian wilderness.More than a survival story, Hatchet is a tale of tough decisions. When all is stripped down to the barest essentials, Brian discovers some stark and simple truths: Self-pity doesn't work. Despair doesn't work. And if Brian is to survive physically as well as mentally, he must discover courage
Shaktiktilar
My 10 year old son, and I listened to "Hatchet" on Audio CD format, while driving from WA State to eastern B.C., Canada. Read splendidly by Peter Coyote, it is a captivating story of a boy's survival in the northern Canadian woods. My son was mesmerized. He and I thoroughly enjoyed the story, and it helped time pass quickly on our long drive north. I think the entire audio version is just over 3 hours, with 3 CD's. I highly recommend this book for any youngster who's curious about learning survival skills, and imagines what it would be like to have to survive on their own.
Tehn
I read this book with my six year old daughter and her response was incredible. She begged me to read the next chapter each night, and we had wonderful discussions about what is truly important in life. If you have a younger advanced reader I would say go for it!
Ytli
This is a GREAT book. It is intended for youth, I think, but I really enjoyed it myself. I have a grandson who is having problems reading so I purchased the kindel book with the audible narration for him. He was enchanted. It really helped him to be able to read the words while listening to the narration. I bought the entire series for him and am so pleased with his response. He is on the third book right now and can hardly waid to finish his chores and homework each night so that he can read more of his book. My thanks to Gary Paulsen for creating a series of books that hold the interest of the reader and encourage them to learn the love of reading.
Shadowbourne
I loved this book. This book had all of the right story leading up to the plot. I love this book because it is a great book for a thrill. When you are reading it you always want to know what is going to happen next. This book was great at having different parts of action and then calmed down and then it went back up again. There was a little bit of foreshadowing in this book that would show how Brian would survive and this gave the reader a little bit of relief. I would like to find more books like this one. I love reading survival books and see how people deal with different challenges. A lot of the time books can give great ideas for what to do in real life. Though surviving with only a hatchet would be hard it is always wanting you to know what will happen next. This is a great book and I would read it again. I want to read more books from Gary Paulson because I loved this book so much. It is an easy and fun read. This book was awesome!
Ximathewi
I really loved this book as a young boy in elementary school. That was probably the last time I read through it.

Feeling nostalgic, I decided to go ahead and pick this up to re-read it after all these years. It holds up decently as an adult but you really notice it's flaws.

My main complaint is that it ends so abruptly. I don't remember that, but the end of the books feels really rushed, like the author said, "Whoops, I'm going on too long here," and decided to wrap it up quickly. Not so noticeable as a young kid with a short attention span but pretty jarring when an adult. Still, this book was made for kids so it's excusable.
Goldendragon
I could not stop reading Hatchet. The story is astonishing - not least because author Gary Paulsen says he himself experienced nearly everything that happens to the book's only real character, Brian. The adventures and threats and risks and successes of trying to survive alone in the Canadian wilderness are told in rich detail. But the most riveting parts of Hatchet are those that show how Brian's mind works, because his brain, even more than his body, has to make sense of his new world. Paulsen brilliantly describes, sometimes second by second, how Brian wrestles with shock, fear, confusion, and the absolute need to survive. Although to my surprise I found six or eight typos in this edition, I consider the story and the writing outstanding.
Jube
When "Hatchet" was first published, I was 17 and heading off to college and was losing touch with young adult novels. Twenty three years later, I heard my son mention this as required reading in a 5th grade reading challenge our county library, King County Washington, puts on every hear. Once again, I paid little attention until about three weeks ago and we were in a book store, this was sitting on an end-cap and he mentioned how much he liked the book and that I should give it a try. Right there, I went on my phone and downloaded the kindle edition and started reading it when I got home. One nonstop sitting later and I was done, completely enveloped in the story of Brian Robeson that Gary Paulsen created.

This coming of age story about survival and finding oneself after being left to ones own devices in the wilderness. This novel reminded me a lot of another young adult book I read a few years ago and loved, "Touching Spirit Bear". Unlike "Touching Spirit Bear", "Hatchet" starts with Brian, child of recently divorced parents, being sent to visit his father in Canada where he now works. Brian is being flown from his mother's in Long Island on a single prop plane when the pilot has a heart attack mid-flight, dies and Brian survives the crash of the plane.

Like all good coming of age stories, Brian encounters his share of believable, but harrowing encounters with nature, animals and his own internal demons (his parents divorce and the secret he knows that led to their break-up). As a child of divorce, I can still relate to the emotional turmoil that Paulsen creates with Brian and can imagine how much more powerful this book would be to an early teen going through life transformations, especially someone in a similar family situation. As an adult, I found this to be a entertaining read and adventure and will be certain my younger two children read it as they get older.
A must read! I'm not a huge reader, never really enjoyed physical reading, I much prefer audio books, but this book is a childhood favorite that I can read over and over again! Any kid would love this book!
Hatchet ebook
Author:
Peter Coyote,Gary Paulsen
Category:
Action & Adventure
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EPUB size:
1155 kb
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1236 kb
DJVU size:
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Publisher:
Listening Library; Unabridged edition (September 1, 1992)
Rating:
4.9
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