"Cowboys - What Do They Do" is an "I Can Read Book" aimed at early reading literacy. Published in 1972, this book was written by Carla Greene and illustrated by Leonard Kessler. Mike is a cowboy. He lives and works on a modern ranch. There is work to do all year round In the spring, Mike helps tame horses and brands calves. In the summer he rides in rodeos. Fall brings the fall round-up, and Mike takes the cattle to market. Then winter comes, and Mike must take food to the young snowbound cattle on the range. Sometimes he even uses a helicopter or jeep instead of a horse.
This vintage book is full of facts about cowboys and the pictures of cows, horse, cowboys and cowgirls are bright and engaging.
The book is complete with its original dust jacket and is in good condition. The dust jacket is in good/fair condition with a few tears on the top edge on the front and back. The glossy, illustrated front cover is in excellent condition. The inside pages are clean and the binding is tight.
A great kids book to display at a western themed birthday party, to give as a gift or add to your western collection.
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