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eBook Slim's Good-Bye (Hank The Cowdog) ePub

by John R Erickson,Gerald L Holmes

  • ISBN: 159188134X
  • Category: Geography and Cultures
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: John R Erickson,Gerald L Holmes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Maverick Books (October 15, 2011)
  • Pages: 132
  • ePub book: 1156 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1325 kb
  • Other: lrf azw mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 459

Description

And when slim lands himself a new job, Hank finds that he's no longer the Head of Ranch Security, but the Head of. .We really enjoyed this Hank the Cowdog book. Mr Erickson is a good writer and it has a lot of funny parts. We recommend this book.

And when slim lands himself a new job, Hank finds that he's no longer the Head of Ranch Security, but the Head of Chicken House Security.

Slim’s Good-bye John R. Erickson Illustrations by Gerald L. Holmes Maverick Books, Inc. Publication . It’s me again, Hank the Cowdog. Who would have ever thought that Slim would quit his job on the ranch and leave? Not me. Publication Information MAVERICK BOOKS Published by Maverick Books, Inc.

Slim's Good-bye book. by. John R. Erickson (Goodreads Author), Gerald L. Holmes (Illustrator). Hard times have hit the ranch. Hank the Cowdog made his debut in the pages of The Cattleman, a magazine for adults, and when Erickson started getting "Dear Hank" letters, he knew he was onto something. So in 1983, he self-published 2,000 copies of The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog, and they sold out in 6 weeks.

Gerald . olmes,John . rickson. The popular Hank the Cowdog series is based on the humorous antics of the canine Head of Ranch Security. The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog. In this first book, Hank and his little buddy, Drover, set out to solve a series of baffling murders on the ranch. Is Hank a suspect? An Outlaw? Can he clear his good name?

John Erickson was born in Midland, Texas in 1943. In 1982, he started his own publishing company and called it Maverick Books. He is the author of the best-selling "Hank the Cowdog" series.

John Erickson was born in Midland, Texas in 1943. He graduated from the University of Texas in 1966 and studied for two years at Harvard Divinity School. He began to publish short stories while working full-time as a cowboy, farmhand, and ranch manager. Titles in the series include It's a Dog's Life, Let Sleeping Dogs Lie, The Case of the Kidnapped Collie, The Case of the Saddlehouse Robbery and The Fling.

Hank the Cowdog Slim's Good-bye. By Gerald L. Holmes, John R. Erickson R. Paperback Book. Erickson. Hank and Drover are enjoying everyday life at the ranch when they are suddenly headed out of town in the back of Slim's pickup see all Hank and Drover are enjoying everyday life at the ranch when they are suddenly headed out of town in the back of Slim's pickup. Slim doesn't think that he can stay at the ranch because of its financial troubles. Will he and his companions find a new home.

Hank the Cowdog is a long running, ongoing series of children's books written by John R. Erickson and illustrated by Gerald L. Holmes. The books follow Hank, a dog that views himself as the "Head of Ranch Security"

Hank the Cowdog is a long running, ongoing series of children's books written by John R. The books follow Hank, a dog that views himself as the "Head of Ranch Security". In each book Hank and other characters must deal with several events, issues and mysteries that occur at their Texas Panhandle home in Ochiltree County. The name of the ranch is never mentioned in any of the stories

When the ranch falls on hard times in the winter, Slim the cowboy decides not to be a burden. Slim packs up and hits the road in search of another job. Hank and Drover hitch a ride, thinking they're headed for town. Are they going to Canada? Are those penguins by the road? Will Hank have to get a new job as Head of Chicken Security? Hank and Drover find themselves stuck on

Slim's porch in the cold.

Comments

Garr Garr
love these books
Phain Phain
The author is such a good Christian family man. His writing reflects this. I have read almost all his books. He knows exactly how a dog would talk and think.
sergant sergant
I love this book it's vary funny and I could not stop reading I would get this book if you like funny stuff
Invissibale Invissibale
Slim finds that the ranch may be in financial trouble, as most ranches are, most of the time. He decides that having to pay a hired hand will cause Loper and his family more financial grief so he decides to just move on down the road and try to find work somewhere else. Of course Hank the Cowdog and his assistant, Drover see Slim leaving and think he is going to town. They sneak into the back of his old pick-up truck and head out with Slim. Slim does not make it much farther that a nearby town before he is pulled over...no current tags, no insurance, tail light out, etc. He is in trouble and so are Hank and Dover.

This adventure which includes sharing a very small camp trailer with Slim, a horse with an attitude (typical horse, according to Hank), and shoveling chicken manure (not a cowboy job), is yet another hilarious adventure.

As with all these books, the conversations between Hank and Drover are classics. I found myself laughing out loud from cover to cover.

These Hank books are ideal for all ages; from 4 to 400.

And will Slim, Hank and Drover get to return to their beloved ranch? No spoilers here...you've got to read this one for yourself.

This was a library find.

Don Blankenship
The Ozarks