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Rest in peace man. Hatchet had a huge impact on me when I was younger

“Hatchet” was one of those touchstone books for me as a kid, one that felt proximate and real and genuinely dangerous in a way that, say, Jack London did not. It stayed with me for decades, til eventually I got to read it to my own kid and watch it ensorcell him too.

All those silly theories about how transphobia is a wedge issue to push an anti LGBT agenda, huh? Absurd! Anyway, check out the new BBC podcast doing a hatchet job on Stonewall. Thank god there’s a plucky state broadcaster prepared to take down those all-powerful minorities!

Damn dude I grew up reading his books. Hatchet and the whole brian series, and woodsong got me into bushcraft and wilderness survival at a young age. Sad to see him go.


I have been reading his books aloud to fourth graders for 23 years and the hatchet series is what got my reluctant nine year old son into reading. He will be sorely missed.

The Hatchet series was life-changing for me. ❤️❤️❤️

In memory of Gary Paulsen, we dig up an old book review of Hatchet via @wordpressdotcom RIP #GaryPaulsen & thank you for your stories 🙏🏼

“I hope the tornado hit the moose” Hatchet was my favorite book for many of my childhood years. Gary was my favorite author for many years as well. Sharing those same books (and others) with my two boys has been a great memory.

Ohhhh man. My favorite scene in any book is the training montage, and Hatchet was like getting just the training montage without all the unnecessary plot and character development. I will never forget the refracting properties of water! RIP.

RIP to Gary Paulsen, a favorite writer from when I was a kid (and I think literally every other kid my anyone NOT read Hatchet?)

Dear Professor, I will be unable to attend class this week and subsequently take the Midterm as I will be in the woods mouring the death of the nations most influential author Gary Paulsen, the mastermind behind “Hatchet”. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.

Los Angeles! Next weekend - Sat 10/23 join @joeldavidmoore and I for an intimate evening of blood, laughs, and stories as we present a screening of HATCHET on the outdoor patio at Stone Street LA in Hollywood. FREE! Details:

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Gary Paulsen is one of the authors directly responsible for my current love of reading. Hatchet is still a favorite and now demands a revisit. Thanks Mr. Paulsen. Rest easy sir.

i loved reading hatchet and the other brian books when i was in 5th grade to middle school, may he rest in peace

I loved Hatchet and actively sought out other of his novels in school . He was such a captivating writer and will be missed .

Hatchet was such a great foundational book for me as a kid, RIP to a true great

His existence is destroyed and then destroyed again. And the second destruction is not different than the first, except in this case he can rebuild through his own efforts and observation. Hatchet is a book about a kid living through a divorce.

Dang. Hatchet and the other books in the series spurred my love for the outdoors and wilderness survival. Loved reading his books.

Thank you for Hatchet❤️ That scene with the angry moose? I read it aloud to my son when he was in 5th grade & six years later he still vividly recalls it ❤️ #RIPGaryPaulsen

Read Hatchet to my 7yo this summer and relived my joy and fear from way back when. Tried reading his novellas to the kid a couple nights ago but the content was too raw. I’ll pick those up on my own. Here’s to Gary.

Hatchet is one of the greatest and only books I have ever read! RIP!

@colbysharp My 6th grade teacher Me. Peine read Hatchet as a read aloud. I was captivated. It’s one of only a few I remember from k-12.

Deepsea hatchetfishes are widespread in Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans and get their name from their compressed body (like a hatchet). Their silvery color and light-producing organs called photophores allow them to hide from potential predators, as well as potential food.

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aw man. everybody talks about hatchet but woodsong is still one of my favorite books

@PWKidsBookshelf #AaronRdx and I literally just finished reading ‘Hatchet’ last night! May you Rest In Peace, Gary!

@mbg_and_dogs @tonichelleak I don’t viscerally remember many books that I read as a kid but Hatchet is one that stuck. It was such a lonely but empowering story of resilience and survival. RIP Gary Paulson

I basically spent my childhood in the woods behind my house. HATCHET inspired me as an explorer—& taught me to never eat unfamiliar berries, no matter how tasty they look. Even as a kid, I knew Gary Paulsen was special because he deeply understood what gets kids excited to read.


Rest In Peace legend. I swear to you my children will read Hatchet whether they like it or not.

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Trying to imagine the media/left’s total meltdown if the Bill Barr DOJ labeled the father of a rape victim a domestic terrorist to silence parents from speaking out at school board meetings. Merrick Garland’s role as craven political hatchet man continues.

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