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by Joan Walsh Anglund

Free eBook Cowboy and His Friend (Voyager Book ; Avb 105) download ISBN: 0156227150
Author: Joan Walsh Anglund
Publisher: Harcourt Childrens Books; 1 edition (October 1, 1976)
Language: English
Pages: 32
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Size MP3: 1712 mb
Size FLAC: 1323 mb
Rating: 4.8
Format: docx lit lrf mobi


The follow-up to Brave Cowboy, Cowboy and His Friend by Joan Walsh Anglund, first published in 1961, features the eponymous hero and his imaginary companion.

The follow-up to Brave Cowboy, Cowboy and His Friend by Joan Walsh Anglund, first published in 1961, features the eponymous hero and his imaginary companion. Throughout, lively b&w line drawings depict the child; "Bear" appears in brown.

Cowboy And His Friend book. Originally published in 1961, Joan Walsh Anglund's Cowboy and. This charming tale Originally published in 1961, Joan Walsh Anglund's Cowboy and His Friend sold 150,000 copies in.

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A cowboy's bear is a very special friend who is always with him, no matter where he goes or what he does.
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Gathris
I am a 42 year old man, with two daughters. I am the youngest of my parents' three sons. "Cowboy and His Friend", (1961 1st.ed.) is the first book that I remember being read to me as a child. This book was purchased for my oldest brother, but it immediately became a family favorite.

My father, a hard worker, often coming home after dinner had been served, would sometimes arrive home to find his three sons in pajamas, ready or getting ready for bed. He would, at that time, (1968 or so), ask if I wanted to hear a story, which I always I did. (The question was directed to me, but sometimes Bobby and Stephen; the two "olders" would horn in). My father would invariably pull out "Cowboy and His Friend", not only because we loved it but also because he loved it. I would always sit next to my father; still in his suit, smelling of "office things", he would begin by reading every word in the book, including, as he annoyingly continues to do today at age 83, the frontispiece and all the copyright and publishing information preceding the actual story.

When my father would finish reading this book, there was often be a long silence after the book was closed. It took me a small child, some time figure out that this prolonged silence was because my father was unable to speak after reading the book, as very often his voice was choked with emotion and tears were in his face.

Because my family's copy was promised to my oldest brother, I just purchased my own copy, an exact 1961 original printing.

"Cowboy and His Friend" is the most memorable book I have ever read or had read to me. Only "To Kill a Mockingbird" has come remotely close to "Cowboy and his Friend" to being a threat to it in my hierarchy of things. The simplistic sweetness of the prose and the universal exploits of the boy coupled with the innocence of the boy and his friend and the timeless illustrations have lingered in my mind for the past 20 odd years since I last read my parents copy ; that is until today, when my magnificent own original 1961 edition arrived in the mail.

In reading my new old copy, I am transformed in time and place back to the old familiar couch and sitting next to my Father, as he read the wonderful story of a little boy with an imaginary Bear, doing what little boys do, playing football, eating ice cream, etc. Truth to tell, I did not know until I was an adult that the Bear was imaginary. I finally realized that was what Ms. Anglund had done by drawing the "real life" of the book in black and only the Bear was drawn in brown. When I finished reading my copy just now, for the first time, I did not cry, but I had to wait a minute to compose myself prior to leaving for my appointments

This is a wonderful, wonderful book for children and even more so for the adults who, as child were read this book by a loved one. The original printings are getting scarce, I urge all who know of this book, or of Ms. Anglund's work either as a child or an adult reading to a child of today, to get at the very least a 2002 paperback re-print copy via Amazon.com

God bless Amazon for helping me find a book I have searched for for many years.
Negal
I read all the books of this series to my boys hundreds of times and am now buying them for my grandsons. The story and pictures are as timeless as little kids imaginations.
Samardenob
Very cute follow up to The Brave Cowboy in which we meet bear, the Cowboy's constant, loyal companion. Both books could have been written about my three year old son and I find myself thumbing through them with a grin when I'm reorganizing the bookshelf. I doubt I'm unique in this. This book was in fantastic condition for used copy published over 10 years ago. I was very pleased.
mIni-Like
beautiful little book! Brings back childhood memories.
Shaktiktilar
We love the Cowboy and his Friend and their adventures. My sons enjoy all of their books.
Kulabandis
My son loves the cowboy books. I love them, too. They are all about a child's imagination. A true classic.