i wonder if the emergency volunteer wanted to be a emergency worker when he was younger. did he want to be something else. i wonder if he came across any murders or suicides.
there are many obstacles in this book. one of the obstacles in this book is that brian had land a plane that the pilot had suffered a heart attack. He had to land the plane in the woods. Another obstacle he had to live through was living in the wilderness with nothing but a hatchet, knife, and some a survival kit. He killed his own food and made is own shelter.
mesquite-the wood of a tree or shrub used in grilling or barbecuing food.
barren-level or slightly rolling land, usually with a sandy soil and few trees
mutton-the flesh of sheep, especially full grown
abrasive-any material or substance used for polishing
plank-to bake or broil serve food on a wooden board.
innards-the internal parts of the body
dysentery-an infectous disease
The topic tells the real stories behind the Brian books, the stories of the adventures that inspired him to write Brian Robeson’s story. He was working as an volunteer emergency worker. He wrote the death that inspired the pilot’s death in hatchet. The plane crashes that he has is in. He describes how he made his own bow and arrows, and takes readers on his first hunting trips. Also showing them how do do things with your own two hands and the suplies you have in the wild. He shares special memories. That is what the topic of guts is about.
I am reading the book Guts by Gary Paulsen. I predict that in the book the young man Brian, will end up having to survive in the woods. He will live through rain and wind and have to kill animals for food. He will have to live in shelters he has made and live of the land.