Where the Red Fern Grows with Connections

Connections The pine of Akoya Japanese folk tale retold by Rafe Martin The Christmas hunt short story by Borden Deal Him novel extract from Bambi a life in the woods by Felix Salten Hunting yarns compiled by Kemp P Battle Mart Moody s bird dog tall tale retold by Robert Bethke Davy Crockett meets his match tall tale Paul Bunyan s cornstalConnections The pine of Akoya Japanese folk tale retold by Rafe Martin The Christmas hunt short story by Borden Deal Him novel extract from Bambi a life in the woods by Felix Salten Hunting yarns compiled by Kemp P Battle Mart Moody s bird dog tall tale retold by Robert Bethke Davy Crockett meets his match tall tale Paul Bunyan s cornstalk tall tale retold by Harold Courlander Momma s store autobiography extract from I know why the caged bird sings by Maya Angelou Princess short story by Nicholasa Mohr The saddest day the summer had short story by Dick Perry Bloody murder novel extract from The original adventures of Hank the cowdog by John R Erickson Wilson Rawls biographical sketch.
Where the Red Fern Grows with Connections Connections The pine of Akoya Japanese folk tale retold by Rafe Martin The Christmas hunt short story by Borden Deal Him novel extract from Bambi a life in the woods by Felix Salten Hunting yarns comp

  • Title: Where the Red Fern Grows with Connections
  • Author: Wilson Rawls Rafe Martin Borden Deal Kemp P. Battle Robert Bethke Harold Courlander Maya Angelou Nicholasa Mohr
  • ISBN: 9780030547744
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About the Author

    Wilson Rawls Rafe Martin Borden Deal Kemp P. Battle Robert Bethke Harold Courlander Maya Angelou Nicholasa Mohr

    Wilson Rawls was born on September 24, 1913, in the Ozark country of Scraper, Oklahoma His mother home schooled her children, and after Rawls read Jack London s canine centered tale Call of the Wild, he decided to become a writer.But the Great Depression hit the United States in 1929, and Rawls left home to find work His family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1935, and he came home each fall to work and hunt He wrote stories while he traveled, but his lack of formal education hampered his grammar, and he could not sell anything In 1958, he gave up on his dream and burned all his work He later revealed his literary desires to his wife, Sophie, and she encouraged him to keep writing.In a three week burst, Rawls wrote Where the Red Fern Grows, a highly autobiographical and poignant account of a boy, his two hounds, and raccoon hunting in the Ozark Mountains His wife edited his grammar and, after serialization in the Saturday Evening Post, Doubleday published the novel in 1961 By the late 1960s, word of mouth helped the book become a classic for young readers Rawls wrote and Sophie edited one book, The Summer of the Monkeys, in 1976 This, too, became a classic Rawls died in 1984 in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

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    • Isadora said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 05:16 AM

      I liked this book. I don't feel like I would have read this book on my own. The type of story wasn't for me, although I would like to start reading classics more. The author's writing style was very excellent. He wasn't straight-forward. He used a lot of figurative language and built up the suspense for the next chapter (sometimes). I rated this book for the story and writing style. Overall, I enjoyed this book.

    • Ethan Gordon said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 05:16 AM

      It was a good book I loved Little Ann and Old Dan because they were always able to find their way into places and catch racoons so I just loved them both. When his dogs were dieing it made me really sad because I used to have a dog but then it died, but it was a good book.

    • Susan said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 05:16 AM

      The 1st time I read this was to my 4th grade class in 1974. The whole class, including myself, were crying so hard as we finished the book I let the class out 20 minutes late. Many parents called me that night wanting to know why their child was so upset!

    • Rach said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 05:16 AM

      Best book ever. I know, I say this a lot, but I really mean it this timed last time. And there always is that other one

    • Sherry said:
      Aug 19, 2018 - 05:16 AM

      An incredible book about a boy, his dogs and life in Eastern Oklahoma during the Depression.

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