Cowboy Country

Cowboy Country As he rides through cowboy country an old buckaroo tells how he became a cowboy what the work was like in the old days what it s like now and what a beginner needs to know
  • Title: Cowboy Country
  • Author: Ann Herbert Scott Ted Lewin
  • ISBN: 9780395575611
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Cowboy Country
    As he rides through cowboy country, an old buckaroo tells how he became a cowboy, what the work was like in the old days, what it s like now, and what a beginner needs to know.
    Cowboy Country By Ann Herbert Scott Ted Lewin,
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    About " Ann Herbert Scott Ted Lewin "

  • Ann Herbert Scott Ted Lewin

    Ann Herbert Scott describes herself as a transplanted Easterner who has come to love the wide skies and far mountain ranges of the West She is the author of SAM, ON MOTHER S LAP, and several other picture books She lives Benicia, California Ann Herbert Scott was born in Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, and grew up writing Her first children s book, co authored with a friend and never published, was written at the age of 13 Many honors and children s books followed with a hiatus to marry and raise a family Today, Scott is one of America s foremost authors of children s literature She deftly uses her B.A in English University of Pennsylvania and M.A in Social Ethics Yale University to bring both credibility and wonder to her work Many of her books deal with western, ethnic, and rural themes.Scott moved to Reno in 1961, when she married William Taussig Scott 1916 1999 , a physics professor at the University of Nevada, Reno Her work as an enumerator in the agricultural census of 1964 eventually led to her writing a history of the U S census, with the cooperation of the Bureau of the Census Her novel Sam was an American Library Association Notable Book for 1967 Another of her books, On Mother s Lap, was read by Captain Kangaroo on his television program as part of the national Reading is Fundamental literacy initiative In 1996, the paperback edition of Cowboy Country was awarded the Parents Choice Silver Honor Scott is active in the Northern Nevada arts community and is the co founder of the Annual Art of the Children s Book Festival She and her husband were co founders of Sierra Interfaith Action for Peace, a non profit public benefit corporation in Washoe County, Nevada.

  • 541 Comments

  • This story begins in an old pickup truck, with an old timer cowboy and his dog Matilda He tells you about how cowboys live, and work off the ranch He takes you to get the horses and you go for an overnight ride The whole story is of this old cowboy talking to you, when I read this book I thought that the way it was written was really neat You learn all sorts of neat things about working cows from horseback, and about how times have changed things out west The illustrations are beautiful as well [...]


  • Not a book for a story time, but perfect for any young kids especially boys who are interested in cowboys and the Old West A good account of how things have changed over the years in cowboying The book got me to slightly understanding better why my uncle s love their western ways so much the ones I just didn t understand while growing up Who wouldn t want time to think and reflect, and commune with all around you But I could do that in different ways that don t involve taking care of cattle.


  • I was obsessed with horses when I was a kid I love how the grandpa was trying to his his grandson interested in his way of life Yeah, the kid probably won t grow up to be a rancher, but having a long life appreciation of wildlife and livestock and horses never heard anyone Besides, when the kid makes it big in corporate, he can have vacations at a dude ranch and won t be an instructor lol


  • This book holds a special place in my heart I know the cowboy in the story and have spent time on the ranch they highlight The illustrator did a fantastic job, the details are so exact and just match the characteristics of the cowboy and area.


  • Kids will love this book if they have any interest in ranching or cowboy life It s also likely to appeal to kids who like nonfiction.The art is very well done, and the story encompasses many aspects of cowboy life.



  • While I enjoyed it, my son seemed a little bored There are quite a lot of words per page and that tends to make him antsy He may enjoy it when he gets older.


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