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Brian's Winter (Brian's Saga) [Kindle Edition]

Gary Paulsen
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From Booklist

Gr. 5^-9. Writing with simplicity, Paulsen is at his best in an elemental story of wilderness survival. In this sequel to his widely popular Hatchet (1987), he spells out an alternative ending many readers have tried to imagine: What if 13-year-old Brian hadn't been rescued before winter came? What if he had had to face the cold months alone in the Canadian north? This time Brian has a survival kit he found in the crashed plane (including two butane lighters, a rifle, a fishing line, and a sleeping bag), but otherwise he has to find food, shelter, and clothing from the world around him. He sees himself like the first Americans, learning to make arrowheads and snowshoes, getting to know the sounds and tracks and weather of his place in the wild. Of course, Brian is extraordinarily resourceful and inventive. What's more, he somehow recovers from everything without injury, even after being knocked unconscious by a 700-pound moose. There's no suspense; we know he'll make it. Yet, as in the autobiographical Woodsong (1990), Paulsen writes with the authoritative particularity of someone who knows the woods. This docunovel is for outdoors lovers and also for all of those adventurers snug at home in a centrally heated high-rise. The facts are the drama. Hazel Rochman

From School Library Journal

Grade 5-9-At the conclusion of Hatchet (Macmillan, 1987), Brian Robeson is rescued after surviving a plane crash and summer alone in the north Canadian woods. Now, in this second sequel, Paulsen shows what would have happened if the 13-year-old boy had been forced to endure the harsh winter. For a brief time, Brian lives in relative luxury, living off the contents of the recently recovered survival pack, which included a gun for hunting. Then, his freeze-dried food runs out and his rifle fails, and he realizes how careless and complacent he has become. Suddenly aware of the changing seasons, he works frantically to winterize his shelter, fashion warmer clothes from animal skins, and construct a more powerful bow and arrow. About the time he has mastered winter survival, he discovers a dog-sled trail that leads him to a trapper and final rescue. The same formula that worked before is successful here: the driving pace of the narration, the breathtaking descriptions of nature, and the boy who triumphs on the merits of efficient problem solving. The author's ability to cast a spell, mesmerize his audience, and provide a clinic in winter survival is reason enough to buy this novel. Although the plot is both familiar and predictable, Paulsen fans will not be disappointed.?Tim Rausch, Crescent View Middle School, Sandy, UT
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.


Mehr über den Autor

Gary Paulsen wurde 1939 geboren und verbrachte seine frühe Kindheit bei der Großmutter im Norden Minnesotas. Ursprünglich war Paulsen Elektrotechniker beim Militär, bis er eines Nachts beschloss, Schriftsteller zu werden - ohne jemals etwas geschrieben zu haben.
Nach elf Monaten veröffentlichte er seine erste Kurzgeschichte und schrieb mehrere unbeachtete Bücher, bis er die Geschichte eines Eskimojungen veröffentlichte, der auf eine Schlittenhund-Reise geht.
Das Buch "Dogsong" gewann den Newbery-Preis, den renommiertesten Kinderliteraturpreis der USA.
Danach wurde für Paulsen alles anders: Er war ein berühmter und erfolgreicher Autor. Es folgten zwei weitere Newbery-Preise, einen davon erhielt er für "Allein in der Wildnis", dessen Fortsetzung "Zurück in die Wildnis" bei CARLSEN erschien. Gary Paulsens Bücher, in 18 Sprachen übersetzt, haben sich auch hierzulande einen festen Leserkreis erobert.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen So Suspenseful it was Beyond Cool! 26. Dezember 1998
Von Ein Kunde
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
When it became winter, Brian found survival even more difficult than it had been for him in the novel Hatchet. He had to cope with keeping warm; finding food, and finding wood for a fire. He had to fight with and kill deer, moose, rabbits, and foolbirds, as he calls them. He also had to deal with a wolf that thinks that Brian is a part of nature, like itself. When Brian kills the moose, he almost gets killed himself. From the size of it, he thinks it must weigh 700 pounds. He uses the skin and furs from the moose and deer for some clothing, to keep warm. He gets a fire to cook meat, so he can live, until someone comes and rescues him. He has to deal with a pack of wolves that come around once in a while. Farther into the book, he gets a pet skunk, which he has to negotiate with, over meat. This book is about survival and Brian uses his intelligence and wits to survive the winter. I like the book. It was suspenseful and he was resourceful with the wilderness. I kept reading the story because I wanted to find out what would happen next. One of the most suspenseful things that happened is when Brian killed the moose. The main character showed his resourcefulness when he used the hides from the animals to keep warm during the winter. Some people who don't care for the wilderness might not like this book. Brian's Winter tells about survival in the wilderness and reader who prefer love stories or science fiction would probably not enjoy this book. However, if you like adventure, I recommend Brian's Winter. AND if you read and enjoyed Hatchet, you should read Brian's Winter.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen STILL STRANDED IN THE CANADIAN WILDERNESS 21. Dezember 1998
Von Plume45
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
This book is a must-read for all who have enjoyed HATCHET. The saga of Brian's crash course in outdoor survival continues, on the premise that he was Not rescued at summer's end, but still left fending for himself in a chillly autumn which would soon become freezing winter. But a boy can not hibernate, so how can he survive without adult help? Has he learned enough to add to his creativity and intense desire to live in order to make it through the long, bleak Canadian winter?
The cover is a grabber: lovely blue-white snowy scene in the woods, with large footprints and a hatchet boldly standing in a tree stump--in defiance of Nature. Yes, poor Brian must summon all his wits and memory of his family life to endure this killer season alone. He must improve his arsenal of defense and food acquisiton; he must expand his wardrobe and foot gear. Most of all he must recall all the survival skills which he acquired during the summer, and not permit himself to go soft during delightful Indian summer. Always be alert to Nature's signs (sights, sounds, scents) and be sensitive to human intuition. Think like a predator: hunt, kill, eat to survive. Observe wildlife in order to learn from it. Show compassion in non life-threatening situations. Waste nothing from the kill. IF YOU ENJOYED HATCHET, YOU WILL LOVE THIS ONE AS WELL! If you haven't read Hatchet, read it first and then Dig In for the winter with Brian. Excellent books for all ages.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen anonymous 9 yr old 5. Mai 2000
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If you like Hatchet the River, you'll love Brian's Winter. It's about what would happen if Brian did not get saved. He gets attacked by two bears and he kills a moose and a deer. One time it snowed and he could not get the door open, but then he did. Gary Paulson is my favorite author and will be forever.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Brian's Winter 20. April 2000
Von Ein Kunde
Brian's Winter is a very good book for all ages. There are very few if any boring parts in this story. I recomend reading Hatchet before this one and buying Brian's Return and The River after reading this one. If you like survival storys at all I know you will love this one.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen 12 year old from KY says YES to Brian's Winter 16. Oktober 1998
Von Ein Kunde
The only character in this book is Brian. He is a thirteen year old boy. In the book Hatchet, he gets lost in the woods of Canada. Well thats what happens in this book only, he returns on his own, in my book Brian's Winter, the sequal to Hatchet. Now he has to do it all over again, survive. The title is Brian's Winter, the author is Gary Paulson, writer of the award-winning Hatchet. The minute you open this book you know it is by Gary Paulson, because he is a adventrous writer. He discribes every scene like it is the end of the book. You can just see Brian cutting through the deer or the burning fire, it is incredible. In this book Brian tries to survive in the Canadian winter, hunt for food, start fires, everything from A to Z. Reling on insticts and intellegense, he must go on, winter or no winter. This book has many strengths, if I tried to tell them all, I would be here all day, but I'll list a few. It has great desription as you read, and the way Gary Paulson writes it seems as if you are there. Here is a quote I especially liked, "It will be here when you get back, we'll keep the soup hot". What does this mean, where is Brian going, does he get back okay? You'll just have to read it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Best book! 25. Dezember 1998
Von Scotland
Format:Gebundene Ausgabe
Brian is his name and surviving is his game. Brian Robeson was in a terrible plane crash and now hs has to survive in a cold winter, in Canada. He has very few supplies, so he has to make some weapons and tools to survive. Since it is winter, he has to make some winter clothes. He is in a forest that has a lake near it. He can use the hooks and string he has, from the survival pack. He puts the hook on the string and ties the string to a stick, and fishes...until the lake freezes. I liked this book a lot. It was very detailed and had a lot of action in it. The best action part that I will never forget is when Brian shot a moose with an arrow. It came charging at him, and jumped him. He made a lance, and when the moose came back to jump on him again, he picked up the lance and lunged forward, stabbing the moose right in the neck, and killing it instantly. I also liked the novel because of the suspense. For example, when Brian thought he heard gunshots across the lake, he was scared at first, but then he became curious. It turned out to be something other than hunters. I was excited at first, because I thought that he was going to be saved, but he wasn't.
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Ich habe das erste Buch von Brian gelesen (Allein in der Wildnis) und ich wollte unbedingt die Fortsetzung haben. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 10. Oktober 2012 von Waldundwiesenwind
5.0 von 5 Sternen A good book
I liked this book because it was well writen and wasn't boring for a long period of time. I don't read many books but the ones I normally read I don't like but I liked this one so... Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 12. Juni 2000 veröffentlicht
3.0 von 5 Sternen It was OK
I recently read Brian's Winter. I liked it very much. I thought it was a very interesting book. I especially liked the part when Brian almost didn't get rescued.
Am 31. Mai 2000 veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen Brian's Winter BY Gary Paulson
Imagine being stranded in the Canadian wilderness with nobody around. Well, that is the situation that thirteen-year-old Brian Robeson is in. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 29. Mai 2000 veröffentlicht
3.0 von 5 Sternen Brian's Winter
Brian's Winter is a sequel to the novel Hatchet. It's about how 13 year old Brian Robeson has to survive a Canadian winter. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 7. April 2000 veröffentlicht
4.0 von 5 Sternen Blizzard
This is a great book for enjoyment reading. I really liked this book because i like being out in the wild hunting, fishing ect. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 17. März 2000 von Adam Kinnunen
5.0 von 5 Sternen A Good Story of Winter Survival
Brian, a kid lost in the wilderness, has to survive the harsh Canadian winter alone. This book gives you a realistic view of what might happen if you really had to spend the... Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 28. Februar 2000 veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen Brian's Winter
Imagine being stranded in a forest after a plane crash with just a hatchet, nature, and no one to help you! Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 17. Februar 2000 veröffentlicht
4.0 von 5 Sternen gary paulsen is great
I think people would like this book. It's adventerist and well discribed,Gary Paulsen is a very good writer.It was fall, he was sitting in a co-poilet seat all the soden it crash. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 14. Februar 2000 von bryan
3.0 von 5 Sternen I Hated it
I didn't like it because there was a lot of killimg involved and the authour described it very dramatically. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 2. Februar 2000 veröffentlicht
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