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Author: Gerald L. Holmes,John R. Erickson
ISBN: 0142400416
Language: English
Pages: 144 pages
Category: Animals
Publisher: Puffin (April 12, 2004)
Rating: 4.9
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Gerald L. Holmes According to some Texas Library Association surveys, the Hank the Cowdog books are the most popular selections in many libraries' children's sections.

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. According to some Texas Library Association surveys, the Hank the Cowdog books are the most popular selections in many libraries' children's sections. The lively characters make excellent material for reading and writing lessons, and turn even the most reluctant readers into avid Hank-fans.

John R. Erickson (Goodreads Author), Gerald L. Holmes (Illustrator). The Case of the Twisted Kitty (Hank the Cowdog (Quality)). ISBN: 0142400416 (ISBN13: 9780142400418). Published October 15th 2011 by Maverick Books (TX). Paperback, 131 pages. Author(s): John R. ISBN: 1591881439 (ISBN13: 9781591881438).

Illustrations by Gerald L. Holmes. Maverick Books, Inc. Publication Information. Hank the Cowdog® is a registered trademark of John R. Erickson. Printed in the United States of America. Except in the United States of America, this book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher’s prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition including this condition. being imposed on the subsequent purchaser. For a couple of new granddaughters: Alyssa Erickson and ReAnna Wilson.

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?

Hank the Cowdog is a long running, ongoing series of children's books written by John R. Erickson and illustrated by Gerald L. 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

Hank the Cowdog Case of the Twisted Kitty -great books for reluctant readers (especially boys! . The official homepage of Hank the Cowdog

Hank the Cowdog Case of the Twisted Kitty -great books for reluctant readers (especially boys! Hank the Cowdog. This brings back so much memories. I think my Uncle Joe introduced my Dad to the audio's. It's amazing how the author, John R. Erickson, voices all the characters on the audio! Hank the Cowdog Case of the Twisted Kitty -great books for reluctant readers (especially boys!) More information. People also love these ideas. The official homepage of Hank the Cowdog.

by John R. Erickson and Gerald L. Holmes, Book 43 of the Hank the Cowdog Series. 4 Total Resources View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Audio Excerpt from Case of the Twisted Kitty, The (Hank the Cowdog Series). Name Pronunciation with John R.

Written by John R. Erickson, Audiobook narrated by John R. Series: Hank the Cowdog, Book 43. Length: 2 hrs and 52 mins. Categories: Kids, Ages 8-10.

Hank the Cowdog The Case of the Twisted Kitty. By Gerald L. Holmes, John R. In this humorous adventure from book of the Hank the Cowdog series, Hank tries to save his owner when her car slides into the ditch. Instead of being a hero, Hank is blamed for the wreck. He wonders if his old enemy, Pete the Barncat, is to blame. Other Books in This Series.

It's winter in the Texas Panhandle, and the ranch is covered in snow and ice.  So when Sally May sets off for town, Hank decides to follow Pete's misguided advice and bravely escorts her car down the slick road.  Before Hank realizes what's happening, Sally May's car skids into a snow drift-and she is angrier than ever before.  And who does she blame but poor Hank!  After consulting with his trusty partner, Drover, Hank decides the only way to win back Sally May's affection is to be on his absolute best behavior.  Will Hank be able to turn over a new leaf and become the well-mannered dog that every owner dreams of?

Comments (3)
Malalanim
good books . have read these since elementary school. kind of like a mystery for kids . really good for boys but as a girl i like this also .
Gralmeena
After being forced to check out three Hank the Cowdog print versions in a row, I was so pleased to be able to check out an audio copy of THE CASE OF THE TWISTED KITTY. At last I could really hear the voices and sound effects instead of having to imagine them. I love the rocket engine effect when Hank and Drover are running full out! This time there was a coiled spring effect when Hank sprang into action. It's a cold day in January, and we get to hear a howling wind for part of the book.

Pete the Barncat manages to trick Hank yet again. I laughed aloud at Hank's description of an enraged Sally May when Pete's plot succeeds. It leads to a funny scene with Hank and Pete, then Hank and Drover.

Once Hank realizes that he's been had, he lusts for revenge. This time he tries a new tactic that works out even better than he could have hoped. Of course, it would eliminate a lot of sure-fire plot standards in future books if he keeps it up. Love the way Mr. Erickson solved that problem. It was a great character-illumination deal, and Pete's use of a classic movie line was icing on the cake!

Anyone who has ever been driven crazy by someone or something should be able to sympathize with Hank as he sings, "I've Had It Up to Here".

I'm not a mother, but I thought of my mom as Sally May sings, "What Is a Woman to Do?". I think all dads and kids should listen to this mom's point of view.

I heartily recommend this entry in the Hank the Cowdog series for cat and dog lovers alike.
Whitegrove
Great!!!