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Pecos Bill : the greatest cowboy of all time

Author: James Cloyd Bowman; Laura Bannon
Publisher: Chicago, Illinois : Albert Whitman & Company, 2017. ©1937
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Elementary and junior high school : English : Paperback edition
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Bill was just four years old when he fell from the family wagon near the Pecos River on the western frontier. Accidentally left behind by his family, he was raised by coyotes, and he didn't realize he was human until he was an adult. When he did, Pecos Bill returned to civilization and used the superhuman powers he'd developed during his peculiar upbringing to become the best cowboy in the West.
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Genre/Form: Tall tales
Juvenile works
Electronic books
Legends
Juvenile literature
Named Person: Pecos Bill, (Fictitious character); Pecos Bill, (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Document, Elementary and junior high school, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Cloyd Bowman; Laura Bannon
ISBN: 9780807563717 0807563714
OCLC Number: 1104999125
Notes: "Updated with foreword from the editor."--Cover page.
Awards: Newbery Honor Book, 1938.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Pecos Bill becomes a coyote --
Pecos Bill discovers he is a human --
Pecos Bill meets a cowpuncher --
Pecos Bill invents modern cowpunching --
Pecos teaches the cowboys to play --
Pecos Bill invents the perpetual motion ranch --
Pecos Bill gentles the Devil's Cavalry --
Pecos Bill busts Pegasus --
Old Satan busts Pikes Peak --
Eyeglass Dude Englishmen --
Enter Slue-Foot Sue --
Cutting Pee-Wee's eye teeth --
Pecos Bill busts the cyclone --
Mysterious stranger --
Slue-Foot Sue dodges the moon --
Rustlers deluxe --
Going of Pecos and Widow Maker --
Fabled Demigod.
Responsibility: James Cloyd Bowman ; illustrations by Laura Bannon.

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Bill was just four years old when he fell from the family wagon near the Pecos River on the western frontier. Accidentally left behind by his family, he was raised by coyotes, and he didn't realize he was human until he was an adult. When he did, Pecos Bill returned to civilization and used the superhuman powers he'd developed during his peculiar upbringing to become the best cowboy in the West.

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