While reading “Crispin the cross of lead,” I learned many things. Crispin is a 13 year old boy who becomes a fugitive after his mom dies. While reading this book, i realized there was many themes to this book. But i realized there was one theme that stood out to me and that was bravery. Bravery fits on crispin for many reasons, like when he went to save bear when he was captured in the Furnivals palace.
The book is about Sam Gribley, a 12-year-old kid who strongly despises living in his guardians ' confined New York City condo with his eight siblings and sisters. He chooses to flee to his extraordinary granddad 's deserted homestead in the Catskill Mountains to live in the wild. The novel starts amidst Sam 's story, with Sam crouched in his treehouse home in the timberland amid a serious snow squall. The peruser meets Frightful, Sam 's pet peregrine bird of prey, and The Baron, a weasel that Sam becomes friends with. Generally the initial 80 percent of the novel is Sam 's memories amid the snowstorm about how he came to be in a home made out of an emptied out tree, while the rest of the novel is a conventional direct story about what happens
Niceros tried to pick up the soldier’s clothes, but the clothes just turned into stone. So Niceros pulled out his sword to protect himself and ran to his girlfriend’s house. Soon as the sun started to rise the next morning Niceros left his girlfriend’s house and headed back home. On his way home, he noticed that the soldier’s clothes that had turn into stone and left a blood spot and when he got home he found the solider asleep in bed. Although soldier was treated for injuries and Niceros realized that he was a werewolf (Petronius
“He probably was being chased and wasn't looking where he was going.” mused Tony. “I would say let’s camp here but I don’t think i could stand that smell for a whole night.” said Jack. “Yeah let’s keep hiking until we find somewhere that is a little less smelly.” agreed Billy. The boys hiked for another hour or so until they found another spot that was flat enough to pitch the tent on. After the tent was set up Tony and the other boys went out to gather kindling and wood for a fire.
On the other hand, nature’s perfect timing—felling the tree just as the two men round it and see each other—might suggest some sort of divine order, one in which nature teaches the two men a lesson about their limited power. The wolves that appear over the hill when Ulrich and Georg call for help also demonstrate both the power of nature and its disregard for men or their concerns. Pinned, neither man will be able to fight off the wolves or death. like the Beech tree, “Wolves” (Saki online). will not recognize the different class levels of the two men.
After his transformation, he became even crueler and more merciless than before. Accidently, Belle’s father was chasing by the wolves and went to the beast’s castle. Her father was imprisoned by the beast. In order to rescue her father, she agreed with the beast to live with him. Somehow, Belle found a chance to escape but she ran into danger.
They were going inland for safety. That could only mean that a hurricane was coming. She immediately started to look for shelter and disassembles her houseboat. She realized the winds were getting too strong to tie herself to a tree so she began to dig a burrow. As she was digging a young Indian boy named Oats Tiger met her.
Fifteen-year-old Willo was born after the onset of a new ice age that has left Europe in winter’s grip in S. D. Crockett’s atmospheric first novel, “After the Snow,” a post-apocalyptic thriller for the post-global-warming era. A strong survivor, he lives with his family of “stragglers” in the hills outside the city. He wears a coat of hand-stitched skins and a dog skull as a fierce kind of hat, and when his family is taken away by the government, he goes out in search of them, following the voice of a dog inside his head. Traveling across a harsh, cold, snow-covered terrain filled with wild packs of dogs, Willo heads into the city, a bleak realm of starvation and violence. Along the way, he falls for a girl and discovers his family secrets, as well as the deep truth of who he is and where he belongs.
When Kino, Juana, and Coyotito are running from the trackers and decide to hide in a cave, Kino goes out in the night and fights the first trailer for the rifle and shoots all three of the trackers. Internal Conflict Juana had to decide whether get rid of the pearl because it was evil or side with her husband, Kino and keep it. Kino does not want to take Coyotito to see the doctor because, he doctor look down on Kino and the other people like him. Kino has to get passed his hatred because he is desperate to get Coyotito medical attention. Characters: Kino - The protagonist of the novella.
The scene started out with the tramp slowly climbing up the mountain through the fierce and binding wind of the snow storm. We can safely say that the first conflict that the tramp encounter has to be nature itself. The snowstorm was a barrier that blocked the tramp from achieving his goal of obtaining gold and becoming rich. Most importantly of all, nature played a vital role in this film, in which it help drive the plot forward. For instance, when the tramp got caught in the snowstorm, he had no choice but to move inside the cabin with Black Larsen and later on meeting Jim Mckay.