Hatchet by Moira Credico & Jaalah Whalen
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“The wolf watched him for another time, another part of his life, then it turned and walked effortlessly up the hilland as it came out of the brush it was followed by three other wolves, all equally large and gray and beautiful, all looking down on him as they trotted past and away and Brian nodded to each of them.” (Paulsen 115)
“He would not forget his first hit. Not ever.” (Paulsen 119)
“While he was in the lake trying to clear his eyes the skunk went ahead and dug up the rest of the turtle eggs and ate everyone.” (Paulsen 123-124)
“His food shelf-as he thought of it-had been covered in bird manure and he carefully scraped it clean with sticks.” (Paulsen 126)
“He spent the afternoon carrying rocks to the beach and making what amounted to a large pen for holding live fish-two rock ‘arms’ that stuck out fifteen feet into the lake and curved together together at the end.” (Paulsen 128)
“He settled back, turning the bird slowly, letting the juices go back into the meat, letting it cook and smell and smell and cook and there came a time when it didn’t matter if the meat was cooked or not; it was black on the outside and hard and hot, and he would eat it.” (Paulsen 137)
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