Where the Red Fern Grows
By: Ariel, Karesse and Claire
Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls (Review) - Minute Book Report
Three Literary Devices
You couldn't catch a coon in a jillion years with that thing. Hyperbole
It's tail was as long as a corn cob. Simile
He swelled up like a sitting hen. Simile
Three Main Characters
A boy who goes on an adventure with his dogs and hunts coons with them.
One of Billy's two dogs. She is very small and and track coons by smelling them.
One of Billy's two dogs. He is big and strong and can catch a coon with out hurting it.
Where the Red Fern Grows is about a boy who really wants dogs so he saves up for them and finally gets them after a few years. When he gets the dogs he trains them how to hunt for coons and they go hunting at night. He also enters his dogs in a contest for hunting and best dogs and he won. His dogs die at the end and a red fern grows where they were buried.