Where the Red Fern Grows

Wilson Rawls (Author)
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Description

This classic about a ten-year-old boy growing up in the Ozark mountains with his inseparable pair of coonhounds -- will warm the hearts of young and old alike. Winner of the Great Stone Face Award.

Product Details

Price
$8.99  $8.27
Publisher
Yearling Books
Publish Date
September 17, 1996
Pages
208
Dimensions
5.1 X 7.5 X 0.8 inches | 0.46 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780440412670
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About the Author

Wilson Rawls is the author of the timeless classic Where the Red Fern Grows and the acclaimed novel Summer of the Monkeys. He was born on a small farm in the Ozark Mountains and spent much of his boyhood roaming northeastern Oklahoma with his only companion, an old bluetick hound.
Since its publication more than fifty years ago, Where the Red Fern Grows has assumed the status of a classic and has been made into a widely acclaimed motion picture. Rawls' second novel, Summer of the Monkeys, received rave reviews and won the prestigious California Young Reader Medal Award, among other accolades.

Reviews

Praise for Where the Red Fern Grows

A Top 100 Children's Novel, School Library Journal
A Must-Read for Kids 9 to 14, NPR
A Great American Read's Selection (PBS)
Winner of Multiple State Awards
Over 14 million copies in print!


"A rewarding book . . . [with] careful, precise observation, all of it rightly phrased....Very touching." --The New York Times Book Review

"One of the great classics of children's literature . . . Any child who doesn't get to read this beloved and powerfully emotional book has missed out on an important piece of childhood for the last 40-plus years." --Common Sense Media

"An exciting tale of love and adventure you'll never forget." --School Library Journal

"A book of unadorned naturalness." --Kirkus Reviews

"Written with so much feeling and sentiment that adults as well as children are drawn [in] with a passion." --Arizona Daily Star

"It's a story about a young boy and his two hunting dogs and . . . I can't even go on without getting a little misty." --The Huffington Post

"We tear up just thinking about it." --Time on the film adaptation