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Best Wilderness Survival Books
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An important book about friendship, cultural differences, and overcoming When a young boy, Phillip, is blinded in a tragic boating disaster.
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Aug 25, PM. I was read this book in as a 6th grader. The plane crashes into a lake. The boys survive. One of the 2 boys is just getting over being in an iron lung and works to. Eventually dives down to the plane and recovers see supplies.
Hatchet is a 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 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. Brian tries to land the plane, but ends up crash-landing into a lake in the forest. He must learn to survive on his own with nothing but his hatchet—a gift his mother gave him shortly before his plane departed.
Add to Bag. Taken on and doctored by a Native American Penobscot and his grandson, Matt repays his new friends by teaching the grandson to read. An important book about friendship, cultural differences, and overcoming prejudice, this historical novel stands the test of time. The Long Winter , by Laura Ingalls Wilder This Newbery Honor classic details both the never-ending Winter of and in the wilds of South Dakota, and how the Ingalls family manages to survive for nearly seven months in epic conditions. My Side of the Mountain , by Jean Craighead George This award-winner chronicles the gripping story of year-old runaway, Sam Gribley, who leaves New York City for the Catskill Mountains, where he lives off the land in a hollow tree with a pet falcon and a weasel. A must-read for all restless tweens. Karana remarkably teaches herself how to survive by constructing weapons and tools, befriending a feral dog, and building a whale-bone shelter before eventually, and somewhat reluctantly, returning to civilization.