Gary Paulsen Twitter United States

Updated: October 14th, 2021 07:45 PM IST

Gary Paulsen Twitter Trend : Most Popular Tweets United States

I know many mushers—myself included—who first fell in love with mushing through Gary Paulsen’s stories about his sled dogs. He changed lives in big ways; he wrote about wilderness, animals, fear, wonder with extraordinary grace. An incredible writer. May he rest in peace.

Gary Paulsen Twitter

aw, man, Gary Paulsen died. Reading his books as a kid really got me through some shit. Real bummer.

Thank you, Gary Paulsen, for the magic that was Brian. You will be sorely missed.

This morning I saw a clip of a man being attacked by an animal and I started a quote tweet: Gary Paulsen talks about seeing a young child killed by a deer she was feeding in a national park. I thought - why would I want to tweet that story? So deleted it. Just saw this news.

REMEMBERING A LITERARY HERO: Author Gary Paulsen, best known for his award-winning novel ‘Hatchet,’ has died at age 82. @willganss shares the impact he left behind.

Hatchet was one of the first books I ever feel in love with. I read it 6 or 7 times. The resourcefulness and bravery in the story inspired me to get into scouting. RIP Gary Paulsen.

I read like a wolf eats. I read myself to sleep every night. ― Gary Paulsen (1939-2021) (died this day, October 13, 2021)

Gary Paulsen Photo,Gary Paulsen Twitter Trend : Most Popular Tweets

I owe everything I am and everything I will ever be to books. ― Gary Paulsen (1939-2021) (died this day, October 13, 2021), Shelf Life: Stories by the Book

Gary Paulsen Photo,Gary Paulsen Twitter Trend : Most Popular Tweets

If books could have more, give more, be more, show more, they would still need readers who bring to them sound and smell and light and all the rest that can’t be in books. The book needs you. ― Gary Paulsen (1939-2021) (died this day, October 13, 2021), The Winter Room

Gary Paulsen Photo,Gary Paulsen Twitter Trend : Most Popular Tweets

Also while I’m here, I’m hearing that Gary Paulsen passed, who was a real bastion in creating survivalist literature for people in elementary/middle school

RIP Gary Paulsen. His books had an inexplicably huge impact on me as a kid. I always wished I could just run off into the woods. I still do.

Gary Paulsen made a difference in many lives. Mine is no exception. Finding the right book for a reluctant reader can make all the difference. @ Run fast and free. We love you ❤️.

@renatasnacks A woman in one of my writing classes told us about how her son asked for her help writing Gary Paulsen a letter, in which he asked Paulsen to please finish writing books faster, which is (1) sweet, (2) pushy, and (3) do you even Paulsen, bro?

Gary Paulsen wrote books my students loved. My favorite is Harris and Me. We would laugh so hard together, and it was beautiful. May his memory be a blessing.

Ugh. RIP to one of my favorite authors of my childhood. Beautiful, dramatic, wonderful writing by Gary Paulsen will always stay with me

@SuperJulia What a loss! What a delightful man! Thank you so much for posting his words and telling us about Gary Paulsen! 📚

Let’s take a moment to give honor where honor is definitely due. Gary Paulsen helped me fall in love with reading, and Harris and Me transformed the way I taught boys to love books. Gone, but never forgotten! Rest well 📚

Gary Paulsen Photo,Gary Paulsen Twitter Trend : Most Popular Tweets

@PublishersWkly I remember seeing Gary Paulsen at an IRA convention. One of the greatest speeches I’ve ever seen given in overalls. Rest well.

Thank you for bringing us along on the journey, Gary Paulsen.

I was a bit of a contemplative kid. I would wander around the woods around my grandparents’ home alone. And Gary Paulsen filled many of my thoughts in those hours. RIP

So many have experienced great adventures throughout the pages of Gary Paulsen’s books! 📚❤️

You will always be one of my favorite authors. RIP. Gary Paulsen

Gary Paulsen Photo,Gary Paulsen Twitter Trend : Most Popular Tweets

I loved these books growing up. I even met Gary Paulsen once at a local book reading. It was a great memory for me in grade school.

Sad to hear of Gary Paulsen passing away. His book Hatch created a lot of life long readers even if it was a bit traumatic to read. #rip #GaryPaulsen

We lost Gary Paulsen today?!! The authors of my childhood are dying off and I’m not happy. 😢

RIP Gary Paulsen. Thankfully his collection of works will live on for many future generations. 🙏

This is not news I wanted to see today or any day. Read like a wolf eats, everyone. Thank you Gary Paulsen for providing so much nourishment.

Gary Paulsen continued to write about adventures outdoors while other authors moved inside for their stories. His consistency in high quality stories with strong willed characters forever has my heart.

Hatchet is one of my favorite books about wilderness survival, a true feat in that most of the book is told as internal monologue & it never gets boring. Gary Paulsen wrote about #wilderness & #nature as someone who knew it inside out. Which he did. He will be sorely missed.

I know many mushers—myself included—who first fell in love with mushing through Gary Paulsen’s stories about his sled dogs. He changed lives in big ways; he wrote about wilderness, animals, fear, wonder with extraordinary grace. An incredible writer. May he rest in peace.

Beloved author Gary Paulsen has passed away at the age of 82. His legacy will live on in the words of his books and through the generations of readers who have enjoyed them.

Gary Paulsen Photo,Gary Paulsen Twitter Trend : Most Popular Tweets
United States Twitter Trends Now
  • AIRPLANE PT 2
  • AJ Brown
  • Alaba
  • All Star
  • Andrea Mitchell
  • Andy Reid