Jackrabbit Jewel and the Longhorn Cattle Drive makes a great addition to a unit of study on American Folktales, or a fun read-aloud for Women’s History Month.
Browsing: Wild West Books
Get To Know Duck Embry from Brad McLelland and Louis Sylvester’s The Fang of Bonfire Crossing, “rip-roaring” middle-grade adventure.
In The Mystery of the Lost Map, readers are introduced to Cowboy Little and Cowboy Small, two brothers that share a thirst for adventure and mischief.
The Hideout Kids series by Mike Gleason kicks off with a whip and a neigh with the first book, Tuff, Sadie, & The Wild West.
The Magnificent Flying Baron Estate is a Western at heart with some steampunk influences. Find out what inspired Eric Bower to write the novel.
Beginning with the table of contents that hosts the creatively named chapters—such as “I Felt Like a Marshmallow Wrapped in a Doily”—The Magnificent Flying Baron Estate is an entertaining middle grade novel set in 1891 in the wild west.