Showing 1–9 of 9 books

  • Author: Gary Paulsen
  • Canyons

    Finding a skull on a camping trip in the canyons outside El Paso, Texas, Brennan becomes involved with the fate of a young Apache Indian who lived in the late 1800s. From quiet introspective memoirs to edge-of-the-seat adventures, Paulsen grabs and holds the attention of his readers.
  • The Crossing

    Thirteen-year-old Manny, a street kid fighting for survival in a Mexican border town, develops a strange friendship with an emotionally disturbed American soldier who decides to help him get across the border. From quiet introspective memoirs to edge-of-the-seat adventures, Paulsen grabs and holds the attention of his readers.
  • Dancing Carl

    The year Marsh and Willy turn twelve, they have a life-changing encounter with troubled war veteran Carl, the unofficial caretaker of the community ice rink. Podehl and Paulsen are a perfect team, revealing characters' vulnerability and the story's deeper themes.
  • Dancing Carl

    As winter progresses, the strange man in the worn flight jacket dances frequently on the ice of the rink, expressing more with his movements than most people do with words. From quiet introspective memoirs to edge-of-the-seat adventures, Paulsen grabs and holds the attention of his readers.
  • Hatchet

    After a plane crash, thirteen-year-old Brian spends fifty-four days in the Canadian wilderness, learning to survive initially with only the aid of a hatchet given him by his mother. From quiet introspective memoirs to edge-of-the-seat adventures, Paulsen grabs and holds the attention of his readers.
  • Paintings from the Cave: Three Novellas

    Richly narrated by a quartet of talented readers, this collection of novellas offers listeners a glimpse into the lives of three teens coping with their tough realities through a connection with art and dogs.
  • The Winter Room

    A young boy growing up on a northern Minnesota farm describes the scenes around him and recounts his old Norwegian uncle's tales of an almost mythological logging past. From quiet introspective memoirs to edge-of-the-seat adventures, Paulsen grabs and holds the attention of his readers.
  • Woods Runner

    In 1776, 13-year-old Samuel returns home from hunting in the woods to find the settlement burned and most of the settlers murdered.
  • Woodsong

    For a rugged outdoor man and his family, life in northern Minnesota is a wild experience involving wolves, deer, and the sled dogs that make their way of life possible. From quiet introspective memoirs to edge-of-the-seat adventures, Paulsen grabs and holds the attention of his readers.