Hatchet-Fire

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In the book Hatchet, Brian uses fire to survive life in the Canadian Wilderness. How does Brian Use fire? How does he make fire? Why is fire necessary to survival in the wilderness?

~ by stufffromthelab on January 25, 2007.

13 Responses to “Hatchet-Fire”

  1. Brian use fire to cook fish ,deer ,clan the water,to make smoke signals heat boil water to protection him from mosquitoes and light at night
    and it is a camping sietuation for Brian

  2. brian used the fire to eat.he also can use the fire for heat and light.brian made fire by using the hatchet.brian could also use the fire for a cook out.brian also used bark and wind and paper.he also can use a fire rock to make the fire biger and he could also use leaves.

  3. Brian uses the fire to send out fire signals so another plane can see it and save him. He can use the fire to cook food and boil water. It also keeps mosquitos away. I would use the fire to protect me from other predators I don’t know. Fire is used to see at night. I like the color of fire. I like to feed the fire and watch it grow big.

  4. THE WAY BRIAN ROBERSON MAKES FIRE IS THAT HE USES OXYGEN,PAPER,KINDLING,BARK,TWIGS,FUEL,AND DRY WOOD.
    THE WAY HE USES FIRE IS TO BOIL THINGS AND USES IT
    FOR PROTECTION FROM MOSQUITOES.

    THE FIRE HELPS BRIAN TO SERVIVE IN THE WILDERNESS BECAUSE
    IT HELPS HIM TO STAY WARM AND IT HELPS HIM TO COOK THINGS
    LIKE SNAKES,FISH,DEER,AND CRABS AND IT HELPS HIM TO HAVE
    LIGHT AT NIGHT AND FOR SMOKE SIGNALS FOR HELP AND
    HE USES THE FIRE TO CLEAN THINGS.

  5. I think that brian could survive by making a fire [which he did] and also by killing a fish with a sharpened walking stick in the lake.The fire can help brian get the HORD’S OF MOSQUITOSaway from him and also to give hime warmth and to cook the animals on a stick,and to send smoke signals in the air.Also brian can get some berries and make a trap for a rabbit or some kind of animal and cook it on the fire.Brian can also have a good meal with a cooked animal and use the juice from the berries for a drink.Brian could also use the hatchet to chop down a tree to try to get some attention to anything or anybody.In the story brian uses birch bark witch is the same smell as root bear.Then brian thinks back to some his science classe’s and then Brian remember’s that friction can make the fire burn faster and then blew on the and made it bigger.In one part of the book brian got scared because something was near him and got nervous and threw the hatchet at it and missed it and hit a rock and made sparkes and thats how he remembered how to make a fire by useing the hatchet to send sparks on to fire.In another part of the book brian came across a bear when he saw a bear eating berries of a berrie tree and then his mouth dropped with such shock i would be so scared if i saw a bear right in front of my face i would just play dead or don’t make any sudden moves i would have fainted right or have a asthma attack.ADVICE DO NOT GO NEAR A BEAR OR MAKE ANY SUDDEN MOVES AND DO NOT TRY TO FEED THE BEARS ONLY WITH EXPERT BEAR TRAINERS!!!!!

  6. I haven’t read this book yet but after reading everyone’s blog I am going to go to the library this weekend to take it out!

    Miss Roche

  7. BRIAN USED HIS HACHET TO MAKE THE FIRE. BRIAN CAN SURVIVE WITH THE FIRE BECAUSE IT GIVES HIM HEAT,A PLACE TO COOK,AND A FRIEND.WITHOUT THE FIRE BRIAN IS NOTHING.

  8. Our class loves to blog and they are enjoying this book very much! We are teaching our students how to survive and live in the real world.

  9. i think that it was so cool how he made fire

  10. What did Brian Robeson use to make the fire?

  11. wow.

  12. He used the hatchet that he had and a rock to make sparks and that is how he got the fire started

  13. Brian uses the fire to cook, boil water, warmth, and a so called
    a little “Friend.” He used it to also keep the mosquitoes away.

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