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Where the Red Fern Grows A loving threesome, they ranged the dark hills and river bottoms of Cherokee country Old Dan had the brawn Little Ann had the brains, and Billy had the will to make them into the finest hunting team in the valley Glory and victory were coming to them, but sadness waited too Where the Red Fern Grows is an exciting tale of love and adventure you ll never forget


About the Author: Wilson Rawls

Wilson Rawls was born on September 24, 1913, in the Ozark country of Scraper, Oklahoma His mother home schooled her children, and after Rawls read Jack London s canine centered tale Call of the Wild, he decided to become a writer.But the Great Depression hit the United States in 1929, and Rawls left home to find work His family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1935, and he came home each fall to work and hunt He wrote stories while he traveled, but his lack of formal education hampered his grammar, and he could not sell anything In 1958, he gave up on his dream and burned all his work He later revealed his literary desires to his wife, Sophie, and she encouraged him to keep writing.In a three week burst, Rawls wrote Where the Red Fern Grows, a highly autobiographical and poignant account of a boy, his two hounds, and raccoon hunting in the Ozark Mountains His wife edited his grammar and, after serialization in the Saturday Evening Post, Doubleday published the novel in 1961 By the late 1960s, word of mouth helped the book become a classic for young readers Rawls wrote and Sophie edited onebook, The Summer of the Monkeys, in 1976 This, too, became a classic Rawls died in 1984 in Idaho Falls, Idaho.



10 thoughts on “Where the Red Fern Grows

  1. Melinda Melinda says:

    I read this book in 4th grade One day I was waiting for class when an obnoxious boy decided it would be a good idea to take it I informed him that it was my favorite book in the whole wide world and if he didn t give it back that he d be sorry He then threatened to tear the b


  2. karen karen says:

    this is one of my favorite books in all the land i read it at least a million times when i was little, and it holds such a special place in my heart, i can t even begin to review it having said all that, there are those who have a problem with the ending, because let s just say it s


  3. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    I read this book in sixth grade and cried my twelve year old heart out Another book I share with my sixth grade students What I find is that this book in particular allows the boys in my class to get emotional about a story and be able to talk about it together and normalize it It is almost


  4. Mike (the Paladin) Mike (the Paladin) says:

    Let me say first that some love this book and to be fair I never read it except to get an idea of the story updated please read what I actually said there Any book I don t care for enough to finish will usually get a 1 star or at best a 2 You will find in my books low ratings for Black Beauty, The Y


  5. Cheri Cheri says:

    Wilson Rawls classic, timeless story of a young boy s coming of age is heartbreaking, sentimental, and utterly charming An ode to love, family and the beauty of nature Set in the Ozarks, northeastern Oklahoma, Billy wants nothingthan to have a puppy, or to bespecific, two puppies He wants to train them for


  6. Kendra Kendra says:

    We finished it I read this aloud with my kids and as I read through the final sentences, we were all in tears I am not talking teary eyes, but body rocking sobs My six year old did not stop for almost twenty minutes When he was finished he said it was the greatest story he had ever heard My eight year old wanted to


  7. Amanda Amanda says:

    I knelt down and gathered them into my arms I buried my face between their wiggling bodies and cried The stationmaster, sensing somethingthan two dogs and a boy, waited in silence Woodrow Wilson Rawls timeless coming of age Classic is a beautifully heartbreaking story and sentimental favorite Where the Red Fern Grows explo


  8. Jonathan Ashleigh Jonathan Ashleigh says:

    I read this book when I was in grade school and it always stuck out as an effortless read I still remember the storyline and the characters and the ending was magical.


  9. Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* says:

    A young boy dreams of having pets of his own wait, scratch that to mean dogs of his own because technically they already have a pet cat Sammy I m thinking Sammy doesn t matter much to the family since the dad laughs at the cat limping with injured paws when he accidentally keeps getting his paws injured from Billy s trap At least he gets


  10. Loretta Loretta says:

    Excellent story Heartwarming and spiritual


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