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Scheme: a plan (14) Scuttled: ran hastily (10) Sheer: very steep (7) Snare: a trap for catching small animals or birds (6) Sprint: running at top speed (14) Tallow: white solid fat obtained by heating fatty tissues of an animal (21) Tethers: a rope or chain to which an animal is fastened to limit where it can go (1) Tinder: material that burns easily and can be used for kindling Vengeance: punishment given in return for an injury or offense (12) Venison: the meat of a deer used for food Verge: to come near to being (13) Vessel: hollow utensil for holding something (11) Whittle: to carve something out of wood by chipping off small pieces (2) Kelly Dripps (order #2800680) 7
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27 | P a g e Related Reading Basic Survival Skills by Mike Jarmain Blizzard (Survival! Series Book 3) by Kathleen Duey and Karen A. Bale The Boy’s Book of Outdoor Survival: 101 Courageous Skills for Exploring the Dangerous Wild by Chris McNab The Complete Wilderness Training Book by Hugh McManners The Encyclopedia of Survival Techniques by Alexander Stillwell Frightful’s Daughter by Jean Craighead George Frightful’s Mountain by Jean Craighead George Hatchet by Gary Paulsen Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell Julie by Jean Craighead George Julie of the Wolves by Jean Craighead George Julie’s Wolfpack by Jean Craighead George Kid’s Survival Handbook by Scholastic Navigation and Signaling (Elite Forces Survival Guide) by Patrick Wilson North American Indian Survival Skills by Karen Liptak On the Far Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George Spring Comes to the Ocean by Jean Craighead George The Survival Handbook by Peter Darman Survival Skills (Action Sports) by Tony Norman Survive in the Wilderness With the Canadian and Australian Special Forces (Elite Forces Survival Guide) by Chris McNab and John T. Carney, Jr. Tom Brown’s Field Guide to Nature and Survival for Children by Tom Brown Tree Castle Island by Jean Craighead George Kelly Dripps (order #2800680) 7
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28 | P a g e What If? A Kid’s Guide to Surviving Just About Anything by Lynne Gibbs and Richard Morgan The Wilderness Notebook by Herb Gordon Willy Whitefeather’s Outdoor Survival Handbook for Kids by Willy Whitefeather The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook by David Borgenicht and Joshua Piven My Side of the Mountain , DVD released April 27, 2004 Bibliography Carlson, Laurie and Judith Dammel. Kids Camp ! Chicago: Chicago Review Press, Incorporated, 1995. Evans, Jeremy. Camping and Survival . New York: Crestwood House, 1992. George, Jean Craighead. My Side of the Mountain . New York: Puffin Books, 1959. Smith, Lucy. Improve Your Survival Skills. London: Usborne Publishing, Ltd., 1987. Wilson, Patrick. Survival Equipment . Pennsylvania: Amber Books Ltd., 2003. “The 5 Basic Survival Skills.” Survival Topics- Your Online Survival Kit. 7 July 2009. <;.
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