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|Length: 32 pages||Age Level: 2 - 5||Grade Level: P - K|
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This debut author makes every word count, and doesn't miss a beat while taking us out on the range in this warm, yet comical tale of friendship, hope, and holiday spirit. I'm looking forward to more stories about the boy's and their adventures, and I sincerely hope that Random House (or some other publisher) will pick up this pony and run with it!
Kudo's to illustrator, John Manders, for his endearing depiction of the three partners (and their little dog too!), and who could EVER forget Dub's "reindeers"...PRICELESS.
"Cowboy Christmas" is a must have for the holiday season, and this reviewer will be circling the wagons, waiting to see what Mr. Sander's pulls out of his bag next...DARN TOOTIN"!!
Three days before Christmas four cowboys are in the desert – three are taking care of a herd of longhorn cattle and the fourth is the fatherly cook. The three worry that “Santy” won’t find them way out in the desert. They individually lament over being without a Christmas tree with decorations, yummy Christmas cookies to eat, and horses to dress up as reindeer to hitch to a wagon. Cookie (the cook) quietly convinces each that they can do that, and each makes the attempt – with hilarious results. For example, did you ever see a cactus Christmas tree with cans of corn hanging from it in lieu of popcorn? Rob Sanders wrote: Dub corralled cans of corn. “No corn popper,” he explained.
The surprise ending (for the young reader) is satisfying and yet leaves the reader imagining what is coming next beyond the end of the story. The illustrations by John Manders are colourful, funny, and well-matched to the story, adding great visuals to the descriptive words.
Visit Rob Sanders’ very informative website ([...]) and check out the trailer for Cowboy Christmas, a book you may want to buy now for a young reader for Christmas – or anytime.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great addition to our Christmas stories...one of those stories where the kids "get it" even when the characters in the story don't. They love that!Published 15 months ago by Pamela S Mitchell
I got this book as it was donated by my co-workers to our public library in memory of my Dad! It is a cute little bookPublished on May 26, 2014 by cowgirl64
Used this with my students in therapy. They loved it! Appropriate for the age levels that I work with...1st through 4th.Published on July 16, 2013 by Robin Jamison
This is a great childrens book. Little cowboy and cowgirls will love it. Would make a great read for Christmas.Published on July 12, 2013 by Venita L. Sanders
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