Where the Red Fern Grows

By: Ariel, Karesse and Claire


The POV of Where the Red Fern Grows is First Person. We know that because the story is told from a persons perspective and his experiences.
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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


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.

What did We Think of Where the Red Fern Grows

We thought that the book Where the Red Fern Grows was a good book. The book had a lot of adventure in it and it was an exciting book. When they go hunting it is very exciting because you want to figure out what happens when they hunt.