Perfect for advanced elementary students and middle schoolers. If you love adventure then you will love Hatchet.
It all starts when Brannon goes on a camping trip with his mom and her boyfriend.
Brannon is having a bad time and is not very social. When he is trying to go to sleep, he feels something under his sleeping bag. Brannon hides the skull and takes it home with him.
Later, he shows it to an old and wise professor of his and together, they try to figure out what happened to the person that the skull belonged to.
Through days and weeks of research, they go through several files and stacks of newspapers. Brannon stayed up several nights reading articles about the time period given to them by the pathologist who examined the skull earlier.
Eventually, Brannon finds the exact article written about the young Apache warrior. Brannon runs away with the skull, about the time his mother called the police after finding it in his closet, and listens as the voice speaks to him. It wants to be returned to the Sacred Place.
Brannon starts to head home and is greeted by the police and his mother, who ask for an explanation.
Brannon explains the whole thing to them, and they understand and appreciate him more.Hatchet is a 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. Hatchet by Gary Paulsen Student Comprehension Guide November 8th, - Remember to always answer with complete sentences Hatchet Novel Studies November 15th, - Preface The activities questions and exercises Free summary and analysis of Chapter 6 in Gary Paulsen s Hatchet that won t make you snore We promise Hatchet Study Guide.
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Gary Paulsen is a great novel and short story writer for people of all ages. He is one of America’s most popular writers for young people, including adults and children (About).
His life . Author Gary Paulsen uses the theme of man versus nature in much of his work, including "Hatchet." Though numerous themes are used throughout the book, man versus nature plays an important role.
In this novel, the main character, Brian, must struggle against . As students read the novel Hatchet, they will make predictions, develop comprehension skills, sequence events, and discuss how the events in the story affect the main character.