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Honey is busy doing the cowboy thing — breeding and branding cattle, horse training, and taking care of the dudes … that is, the ranch guests. Sally and Honey take over management of the ranch due to Bud’s worsening condition and do a good job of booking guests for the summer and keeping the ranch running smoothly. Honey is growing up fast … and Sally has a big surprise for him!
Expectations is the fifth book in the Adventures of a Young Cowboy series, with many more to come.
Young Adult Fiction
Honey meets his brand new daughter for the first time! Enjoy the antics at the ranch while everyone settles in with the new baby, including Grandpa Bud getting a baby carrier for his four-wheeler and Honey’s sister, Betty, becoming a nanny for the little one.
During the long, cold winter, Honey deals with the loss of his donkey, Matilda, badly frostbitten toes, and breaking in a troubled new hand. Finally a Chinook wind blows in, signaling spring and the arrival of summer guests.
Frozen is the sixth book in the Adventures of a Young Cowboy series, with more to come.
Follow our young cowboy friend while he works his summer job at a dude ranch where he picks up the nickname “Honey” — a moniker he doesn’t much like. He also find himself with a girlfriend — a situation he does like.
“Honey” is the second book in a series that follows our young friend on his journey into manhood, which includes nightly kissing practice with his girlfriend Sally.
Ranching is hard work, and it gets harder for Honey as he becomes foreman. There are cows and horses to feed and calves to be taken care of — especially during the hard winter. And with Bud’s illness, everyone has to take on more work. From horse thieves to bears to poachers — Honey has his hands full. But he keeps in mind the old saying … things always work out the way they’re supposed to. Not to mention the big day — he and Sally get married!
Intruders is the fourth book in the Adventures of a Young Cowboy series, with many more to come.
“I went into lots of fights by myself, and I came out by myself, too!” said Captain Manuel T. “Lone Wolf” Gonzaullas of the Texas Rangers. In this lively biography, Brownson Malsch describes Gonzaullas’s career, first as a major in the Mexican Army and then as an agent of the U.S. Treasury Department, before he joined the Rangers in 1920.
Although trained as an “old-style” Texas Ranger, Gonzaullas was an early advocate of scientific crime-detection methods and was instrumental in setting up the state’s first modern crime-detection facility. His many cases included the Santa Claus bank robbery in Cisco, the famous courtroom burning and lynching in Sherman, the race riots in Beaumont, and the Phantom Killer episode near Texarkana. Following his retirement in 1951, Gonzaullas developed a career as a Hollywood technical adviser.
Illustrated with many photographs of Gonzaullas, his associates, and his weaponry, this edition also includes a new introduction by Texas Ranger historian Harold J. Weiss, Jr.
Join Honey on his continuing adventures of becoming a cowboy. He finally graduates from high school … “I didn’t graduate with honors, but it was an honor to graduate” … and takes on more responsibility at his summer ranch job, continues his relationship with his girlfriend Sally, and has many surprises in store for him –some good and some not so good.
Surprise! is the third book in the Adventures of a Young Cowboy series, with many more to come.
by Wyman Meinzer and Henry Chappell
The famous 6666 Ranch of Texas is captured in Photography by Wyman Meinzer, the official Photographer of the State of Texas. Red Steagall says, “Wyman Meinzer and Henry Chappell take you on an unbelievable journey through the beauty, the grandeur and the drama of one of the most magnificent ranches on the planet”.
This is a nice, big hardback book that you are sure to enjoy.
Bill Wittliff’s A Book of Photographs from Lonesome Dove presents images created during the filming of the renowned miniseries Lonesome Dove.
Widely acclaimed as the greatest Western ever made, Lonesome Dove has become a true American epic. Larry McMurtry’s Pulitzer Prize–winning novel was a New York Times best seller, with more than 2.5 million copies currently in print. The Lonesome Dove miniseries has drawn millions of viewers and won numerous awards, including seven Emmys.
A Book on the Making of Lonesome Dove takes you on a fascinating behind-the-scenes journey into the creation of the book, the miniseries, and the world of Lonesome Dove. Writer John Spong talks to forty of the key people involved, including author Larry McMurtry; actors Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones, Anjelica Huston, Diane Lane, Danny Glover, Ricky Schroder, D. B. Sweeney, Frederic Forrest, and Chris Cooper; executive producer and screenwriter Bill Wittliff; executive producer Suzanne de Passe; and director Simon Wincer. They and a host of others tell lively stories about McMurtry’s writing of the epic novel and the process of turning it into the miniseries Lonesome Dove. Accompanying their recollections are photographs of iconic props, costumes, set designs, and shooting scripts. Rounding out the book are continuity Polaroids used during filming and photographs taken on the set by Bill Wittliff, which place you behind the scenes in the middle of the action.
Designed as a companion for A Book of Photographs from Lonesome Dove, Wittliff’s magnificent fine art volume, A Book on the Making of Lonesome Dove is a must-have for every fan of this American epic.
This is a book that shows cowboy poetry is still alive anywhere you find a sweaty saddle blanket, a green colt and someone who survived the wreck long enough to tell the story! A COMMOTION IN RHYME is meant to be a mate of POEMS WORTH SAVING (2013), full of cowboy stories and poems but the two aren’t the same! This book contains poems and stories that answer questions like; Where is the Fetal Eye View? How do you pronounce ‘CHAPS’, as in Women Wearing Chaps (hint: CHAPS, as in the opposite of CHICKEN.) Operating Instructions: Remember, poetry is meant to be read, recited, performed, signed and/or spoken aloud. So, even if you’re sitting in the tack room quietly reading to yourself…at least move your lips!