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Brave Boys Newbery Boxed Set (The Watsons Go to Birmingham / Hatchet / Holes / Wringer)

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Boxed set of Newbery award winners.
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Published 1999 by Scholastic
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The book Hatchet by Gary Paulsen is very interesting. I like this storybook because it is an adventure story. The book is about a 13 year old boy named Brian. He was riding in a bush plane when suddenly the pilot had heart attack and the plane crashed. He was the only survivor passenger on the plane. he crashes in a place that he had never been before. There, he learned to independent. With the clothes on his back and a hatchet that his mother had given him, he learns to cope with his parents d ...more
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Curtis was born in Flint, Michigan on May 10, 1953 to Dr. Herman Elmer Curtis, a chiropodist, and Leslie Jane Curtis, an educator. The city of Flint plays an important role in many of Curtis's books. One such example is Bucking the Sarge, which is about a fifteen year old boy named Luther T. Ferrel, who is in a running battle with his slum-lord mother. Curtis is an alumnus of the University of Mic ...more
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