Browse Abstracts (11 total)

| by Potts, Jim

A man releases a bunch of shapes and is then demanded to clean them up. He must discover a creative way and finally chooses to build a house out of the shapes.

| by De Leeuw, Adele

Horseshoe Harry is a cowboy who lives on the range in Wyoming. He gets tired of the range and wants to see the sea. So he sets off for the coast and ends up on a ship that captures whales. He finds out that he does not like the sea as much as he thought he would.

| by Gardella, Tricia

A young boy follows his father throughout the day on a ranch. The boy enjoys working with his father and helping him out. He admires his father.

| by Kimmel, Eric A.

Shorty Long owes widow MaCrae $450 The widow wants her money for Shorty but no one believes she will ever get that money back. The widow goes to Shorty's ranch but Shorty pretends to be dead so he doesn't have to pay her. The widow is suspicious and Shorty almost really dies just so he won't have to pay the widow her $450

| by Noble, Trinka Hakes

A husband and wife live on a farm. The husband gets bored with his ranch and decides to go to the city while the wife stays home. Meanwhile, back at the ranch many exciting things are happening and the wife learns how wonderful the ranch really is.

| by Loomis, Christine

Little rabbits acting as cowboys spend their day playing, eating, swimming, and having fun. When they grow tired, their parents put them to bed.

| by Herzig, Alison

Slim, Jim, and Grisley are the baddest bronco busters in all of the west. They think they can tame any horse, but they meet their match when they come across a small cowboy and his black pony. The bronco busters try everything, but the pony beats them every time. The small cowboy finds a way to turn this fierce bronco into a friend.

| by Lipkind, William//Mordvinoff, Nicolas

Hobie, a boy chooses Steven, a runt horse as his pet. Everyone puts Steven down until he saves the day for the ranchhands and the owner.

| by Leaf, Munro

Gordon the goat learns to do his own thinking after a series of disasters when following the flock. Gordon questions his aimless following of the flock leader and learns about peer resistance.

| by Wood, Nancy

The Durango kid is about to face his first round-up. He shakes off any doubts in his ability and finds the courage to finish the day's work.

| by Lenski, Lois

Cowboy Small takes care of his horse Cactus and rides him around the ranch. He does jobs like fixing the fence and rounding up the cows.
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