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Hatchet: Gary Paulsen

“Without the hatchet he had nothing – no fire, no tools, no weapons – he was nothing. The hatchet was, had been him.”

I have passed “Hatchet” on the shelves since I was young without ever picking it up. 223 more words


The Homecoming, Part 2

There’s been a lot going on since the Pony came home to Primrose Lane.  The new draw bar arrived; it’s been sand blasted, primed and even had a first shot of Pony red paint.  802 more words


Discussion Questions: Hatchet

Discussion Questions for Hatchet by Gary Paulsen

At my school, we often handle our discussion questions by chapter as I have done here. However, my questions are a bit broader than we usually assign as homework, as I feel that you can have more of a conversation if questions are open-ended. 736 more words

Happy Birthday, Gary Paulsen!


Author: Gary Paulsen

Publisher: Scholastic Inc., 1987

Source: Personal collection

For this month’s birthday review, I chose to read Hatchet by Gary Paulsen (born May 17, 1939). 333 more words

WNCX Morning Show: Bears Beware Drunk Hatchet Man

Most people would run from a bear (although you’re not supposed to). However this liquored up fellow decided to channel his inner Tecumseh and attack a bear with a hatchet. 16 more words


Police: Don't chase bears while drunk and wielding a hatchet

NORTH ADAMS, Mass. (AP) — Police in Massachusetts have some sage advice: Don’t go chasing after bears while drunk and armed with nothing more than a dull hatchet. 107 more words


Monsters Among Us: Charles "Crazy Eddie" Reddish killed 2 women, sentenced to life in prison

On Friday, February 22, 1991, Dede Rosenthal reported to work at the Elwyn Institute in Vineland, New Jersey, where she trained  staff to work with autistic children.   972 more words