|Plot Summary of Brian's Winter|
In the book Brian's Winter, Brian is left alone in the Canadian wilderness with few things found on the plane from the previous plane crash in Hatchet. Brian is left to catch fish alone in deadly winter, make his own snowshoes using wood, and create a mediocure living society. Brian struggles to keep warm throughout the book in the cold wilderness. He misses his parents, and hears things at night... will Brian be rescued, or will he stay in the forest for the rest of his life?
When in the book Hatchet, Brian was stranded in the wilderness with little but his hatchet. Brian is rescued at the end of summer in Hatchet, but what if he wasn't? What if he had to face his deadliest enemy- winter?
In Brian's Winter, Brian discovers and lives throught the many elements of the cold, frigid, Winter. He encouters foxes, bears, mooses, and especially rabbits, whom he kills to stay alive.
This synopsis report prepared by Margaret
Brian's Winter is a sequel to Hatchet. In Brian's Winter, Brian is not saved, and has to deal with the onset of winter. He needs to learn how to hunt, keep warm, and deal with the other animals in the forest. If he doesn't the harsh Canadian winter will kill him.
This synopsis report prepared by Joshua Kissell
There is a child whose plane crashed and he is forced to survive winter in a forest because the pilot of the plane died. Brian has to hunt, get firewood, find a shelter and keep warm through the winter. Is Brian tough enough to do this?
This synopsis report prepared by Ashley Nobis
|Chapter Analysis of Brian's Winter|
Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Tone of book?
Time/era of story
Is this an adult or child's book?
- Age 11-14
Exploring into the wild
kind of story
- surviving natural elements
- a teen
- White (American)
How much descriptions of surroundings?
- 4 ()
Amount of dialog
- little dialog
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