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Painted mountains at daybreak.
Rising slowly, cowpokes wake.

They don their boots and hats and chaps, down their flapjacks, then it’s up into the saddle and off they go. through the chaparral and sage on their ponies, roping strays.
Young children will be enchanted with this charming good-night book, filled with wonderfully endearing cowboys, busy from dawn to dusk.

Book details:
Age Range: 5 – 6 years
Lexile Measure: AD390L (What’s this?)
Hardcover: 24 pages
Publisher: HarperColl (September 29, 1999)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0688139736
ISBN-13: 978-0688139735
Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 0.5 x 10.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces

Cowpokes Review:
From School Library Journal
PreSchool-Grade 1 A fine gaggle of cartoon ‘pokes spends a day doing what good cowboys do riding, roping, and eating beans and biscuits. The slight text is rhythmic enough for a little toe tapping and sometimes it rhymes, too. Nine cowboys and a cook are introduced with an individual simile or metaphor: “cute as a little red wagon” and “quieter than a hole in the ground.” And what good cowboy names, too! Tex, Curly, Slim, Cody, and Billy. Well, remember, they are cartoons. San Souci’s playful watercolors depict a brightly colored, cheerful bunch. Not even Slim’s falling into a cactus can hold these guys down for long. The book is pretty slim, too, but more than a few small cowboys and girls will gather round to hear it. Ruth Semrau, formerly at Lovejoy School, Allen, TX
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Cowpokes Hardcover – October 1, 1996
by Caroline Stutson (Author), Kevin Hawkes (Author, Illustrator), Daniel San Souci (Illustrator)

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