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by James Proimos

Free eBook Cowboy Boy download ISBN: 0439560322
Author: James Proimos
Publisher: Scholastic (2003)
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Look out Richard M. Nixon Middle School - there's a new superhero in your midst!Ricky Smootz dreads starting middle school. He and his best friend, Fred Bologna

Look out Richard M. Look out Richard M. Nixon Middle School - there's a new superhero in your midst! Ricky Smootz dreads starting middle school. He and his best friend, Fred Bologna, just KNOW they are targets for bully Keanu Dungston and his henchman. When Ricky turns to his beloved Grandma for advice, she reminds him his great, great, great, 3rd cousin was a cowboy whose specialty was running bullies out of Dodge.

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Cowboy Boy! Genre: Children's Fiction.

Proimos, James 1955-PersonalBorn 1955, in New York, NY; married; children: Annie. Cowboy Boy, Scholastic Press (New York, NY), 2003. Mutton Soup: More Adventures of Johnny Mutton, Harcourt (Orlando, FL), 2004

Proimos, James 1955-PersonalBorn 1955, in New York, NY; married; children: Annie. Education: Attended School of Visual Arts (New York, NY. re, MD. Agent-c/o Author Mail, Harcourt Children's Books, 15 E. 26th S. 15th F. New York, NY 10010. Mutton Soup: More Adventures of Johnny Mutton, Harcourt (Orlando, FL), 2004. With Tom Amico) The Day the Dog Dressed like Dad, Bloomsbury Children's Books (New York, NY), 2004. With Andy Rheingold) When Guinea Pigs Fly!, Scholastic (New York, NY), 2005.

This item:Apocalypse Bow Wow by James Proimos J. This is typical Proimos (Proimoi?) in its affable weirdness and loopy, slightly edgy cartoonish artwork. the black and white illustrations have a countercultural feel that adds extra appeal.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). The dogs' dialogue is snappy, with fine comic contrast. The action transpires in brief demarcated scenes, making this loopy story perfect for reluctant readers who need frequent breaks.

Read the first sentence, first page, first chapter of these books and see if you agree. The Heartbreak Messenger. Ricky Smootz is very afraid of everything, especially Keanu Dungston, the bully who terrorizes their middle school, but with advice from his grandmother Ricky transforms himself into Cowboy Boy and stands up to Keanu and his henchmen.

James Proimos has yet to rescue a small human from a river, but he has written and illustrated many books for them. Book Dedications by James Proimos. To the river that brought me here. James splits his time between Los Angeles and Middleburg, Virginia. Most Popular James Proimos Books. family · belonging · growing up. Over the Moon. All James Proimos Books.

A cowboy is an animal herder who tends cattle on ranches in North America, traditionally on horseback, and often performs a multitude of other ranch-related tasks. The historic American cowboy of the late 19th century arose from the vaquero traditions of northern Mexico and became a figure of special significance and legend. A subtype, called a wrangler, specifically tends the horses used to work cattle. In addition to ranch work, some cowboys work for or participate in rodeos.

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User reviews
Precious
This is a very fast read. The story is funny and really cute. Ricky is very afraid of everything, especially Keanu the bully who terrorizes their middle school. Ricky transforms himself into Cowboy Boy and stands up to Keanu and his henchmen.

This is an accelerated reader book. I'm always looking for interesting AR books for my children to read since they have to have so many points every grading period. (AR) reading level 4.0 - AR Pts: 1.0
Reemiel
This book deserves five stars because the pictures were great and the story was funny. Kids would really like the cartoon drawings. There should be a sequel. I liked reading the book because there weren't a lot of words on each page.