If you are talking about Brain Robeson from Hatchet by Gary Paulsen, Brian knows much about turtles, because he watched a TV show about them. Hope this helps!
In the story Hatchet written by Gary Paulsen, Brian does not know the pilot's name. In the book, Brian says that the pilot's name was " Jim or Jake or something" but he wasn't sure.
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Hatchet by Gary Paulsen was published in 1987.
In the middle of the book, Brian said the hatchet was him. Without the hatchet Brian would die in the northern Canadian wilderness all alone.
For defense to get food cook to build his shelter and mostly for protection
Yes. He lives in San Francisco with his partner of over 25 years, Brian Robeson.
Gary Paulsen wrote 'Hatchet.'
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Because it was about a hatchet.
to make money as if brian had not been saved in the book hatchet
The most important food source for Brian in the book Hatchet was berries. He got berries from the bush up the hill.
The author is Gary Paulsen.
Some of the important events in the book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen are (these are not in order):Brian tries to commit suicide with his hatchet.Brian makes a bow and arrow to hunt with.He learns how to make a fire, to stay warm, and protect him from animals.A skunk tries to eat his eggs, and when Brian startles it the skunk sprays Brian, and blinds him for 2 hours.Finds berries and sees bear..
Gary Paulsen loved nature as a kid, and this was the perfect book for him to write!
Gary Paulsen wrote it in 1987
Brian stayed stranded in the wilderness for 54 days, not quite two months.
yes, if you are talking about the author of Hatchet.
No, it is a piece of fiction.
his hatchet (if it's winter)
I love that book! It never really says how many birds he caught. Hatchet was written by Gary Paulsen. He also has written the Tucket books.
Hatchet by Gary Paulsen was published in 1987 by Simon and Schuster, NY NY.
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Gary Paulson wrote the "Hatchet" series of mystery books
there is a metaphor on page 195