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From “Vaqueros” to today’s cowboys…how they worked, lived, their clothes & equipment; part of our heritage.
A must for horse lovers. Learn about the prehistoric wild horse plus many of today’s famous breeds.
The exciting history of Texas comes to life with the simple direct text and historic illustrations for you to color.
Photographs and simple phrases describing baby desert critters.
Learn to count from 1 to 5 with Baby Coyote
Barney stars as the lead character in Liz’s first children’s book. Illustrated by Bonnie Shields, ‘The Mule Artist’, Barney the Lopsided Mule will make children and parent’s grin and laugh with his tall, wide ears, and lopsided saddle. Children will learn about mules and the wonderful world of outfitting along with the benefits of eating a healthy, balanced diet. Barney the Lopsided Mule is a great introduction to our nation’s National Forests, the backcountry, and the animals that can take you there.
Baxter Barret Brown has a big bass fiddle and loves the big, low sounds it makes as he plays it all day long. Why can’t the fiddle go along with him on every adventure of the imagination? But it can! An adaptation here and there, and over the road they go. Baxter Barret Brown’s Bass Fiddle is an age-old story of the deep bond of friendship between musicians and their instruments.
In this second book in the Baxter series, Baxter decides to take his big bass fiddle to a ranch to play music with some real cowboys. As the story unfolds, readers will delight each time Baxter’s big bass fiddle is used to help the cowboys on the ranch. Music educators, parents, as well as children will appreciate and enjoy reading this story aloud, full of alliteration about an untouted but essential musical instrument.
What do desert babies do when it’s time for bed?
Brandon and Wayne get revenge on rookie Houston Mounted Policeman Chris Parker by placing a burr under his mount Skyjacker’s saddle, but Chris’ arm breaks, Skyjacker is in trouble, and the boys must help him somehow.
Reading Level: Grades 4-6