She’ll be comin’ . . . soon!

Cowgirl Peg will be visiting the library in less than two weeks!  Come to the library on Friday afternoon, October 1, for a chance to meet this horse expert and author.  You can even buy one of her books and have it signed.  To get in the mood, try reading some of these stories featuring cowboys (and some other great characters).

A is for Amos
by Deborah Chandra

Black Cowboy, Wild Horses
by Julius Lester

Boom Town
by Sonia Levitin

Bronco Busters
by Alison Cragin Herzig

by Yin

Buster Goes to Cowboy Camp
by Denise Fleming

Can Anybody Hear Me?
by Jessica Meserve

Cowboy Charlie: The Story of Charles M. Russell
by Jeanette Winter

Cowboy Dreams
by Kathi Appelt

A Cowboy Named Ernestine
by Nicole Rubel

Cowboy Slim
by Julie Danneberg

Cowboy Up!
by Larry Dane Brimner

The Dirty Cowboy
by Amy Timberlake

Do Cowboys Ride Bikes?
by Kathy Tucker

Hip, Hip, Hooray for Annie McRae!
by Brad Wilcox

I Have Heard of a Land
by Joyce Carol Thomas

Jess and the Stinky Cowboys
by Janice Lee Smith

Jingle the Brass
by Patricia Newman

Just Like My Dad
by Tricia Gardella

Mule Train Mail
by Craig McFarland Brown

Navajo ABC
by Luci Tapahonso

The Legend of Ninja Cowboy Bear
by David Bruins and Hilary Leung

Ride Like the Wind: A Tale of the Pony Express
by Bernie Fuchs

Saving Sweetness
by Diane Stanley

She’ll Be Comin’ ‘Round the Mountain
by Philemon Sturges

Sing, Sophie!
by Dayle Ann Dodds

-Miss Sarah

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