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    The Winter Room

    The Winter Room

    by Gary Paulsen

    Of the four rooms downstairs in the northern Minnesota farmhouse, the one that might be called a living room is where Wayne and Eldon, their parents and great-uncle, and old Norwegian Nels spend their winters. There the family sits near the corner wood stove and listens, uninterrupting, as Uncle David tells stories--of the old country, of old times, of a semi-mythical lumberjack. Eldon, the younger son, begins his own story, in spring, when everything is soft.

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    Introduce your students to award-winning author Gary Paulsen, with an in-depth study of five of his most captivating novels: Woodsong, Dogsong, Hatchet, The River, and Brian's Winter.

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The Winter Room

Author: Gary Paulsen

Interest Level:
7-9

Lexile Framework:
1170L

Grade Level Equivalent:
5.6

Guided Reading Level:
U

Age:
12-14

Subject:
Farm and Ranch Life, Extended Families, Winter Themes, Coming of Age

About This Book

This Newbery Honor Book by master storyteller Gary Paulsen is now available in this After Words paperback edition!

Following the turn of the seasons, eleven year old Eldon traces the daily routines of his life on a farm and his relationship with his older brother Wayne. During the winter, with little work to be done on the farm, Eldon and Wayne spend the quiet hours with their family, listening to their Uncle David's stories. But Eldon soon learns that, although he has lived on the same farm, in the same house with his uncle for eleven springs, summers, and winters, he hardly knows him.


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