What happens when the greatest cowboy in the west meets the meanest bull in the west? (Oops, must not forget the greatest horse in the west too). Well, we get a very fun to read story as told by Pattie schnetzier. This is a tale of the old west in the traditon of Pecos Bill. The illustrations are great, quite eye catching and go well with the text. It helps a lot if you can manage a Texas accent when reading this work, but if you can't, the author has done a nice job with her syntax and it almost comes out naturally as you read. As I said, the book is fun, the kids love it and you and the kids will get a good laugh. What more could you want?
The Wild West meets Toon Town!
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 19 years ago
Widdermaker is a side splitting, knee slapping ride through the great geographic wonders of the west as Cowpoke Pete pursues the notorious Widdermaker, the meanest orneriest bull you can imagine. The cartoon-like illustrations add a whole nother level of humor to this rompin ride. It's plum full of fun!
A Rip-Snortin' Wild West Adventure
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 20 years ago
Looking for a picture book you won't mind reading over and over? Here's a lively western tall tale that will have your little buckaroos riding off to dreamland in chaps and ten gallon hats night after night. Pattie Schnetzler's rollicking language and Rick Sealock's energetic illustrations will make this lively story a favorite in libraries and classrooms as well. Teachers will find inspiration for a writing lesson that fits right in with the Western Expansion unit of U.S. history. It's funny. It's lively. It has a hero everyone will love. Widdermaker is a winner!
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