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Gary Paulsen

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(1939 - )

Gary Paulsen

Gary James Paulsen (born May 17, 1939) is an American writer of young adult literature, best known for coming of age stories about the wilderness. He is the author of more than 200 books, more than 200 magazine articles and short stories, and several plays, all primarily for teenagers.



Bibliography

Brian’s Hunt (2003)

On his way to visit his friends, Brian encounters a wounded dog and knows something is wrong.

Author(s): Gary Paulsen
Illustrator(s): Bruce Emmett

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Brian’s Return (1999)

Brian returns the the Canadian wilderness where he feels at home.

Author(s): Gary Paulsen
Illustrator(s): Vincent Nasta

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Brian’s Winter (1996)

What milght have happened if Brian had not been rescued at the end of the summer, after he survived a plane crash in the Canadian wilderness?

Author(s): Gary Paulsen
Illustrator(s): Neal McPheeters

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Hatchet (1987)

Thirteen year old Brian is the only survivor of a plane crash in the Canadian wilderness.

1988

Author(s): Gary Paulsen
Illustrator(s): Neil Waldman

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The River (1991)

Brian returns to the Canadian wilderness to record his survival skills, and finds himself in more peril than he counted on.

Author(s): Gary Paulsen
Illustrator(s): Neil Waldman

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