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Hank the Cowdog Series (Books 51-60) by John R. Erickson

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Stories perfect for children and the family you can even read aloud! This collection includes the following 10 books from the Hank series:

#51 The Case of the Blazing Sky
#52 The Quest for the Great White Quail
#53 Drover’s Secret Life
#54 Case of the Dinosaur Birds
#55 Case of the Secret Weapon
#56 Case of the Coyote Invasion
#57 The Disappearance of Drover
#58 Case of the Mysterious Voice
#59 Case of the Perfect Dog
#60 The Big Question

Book 51: The weather on Hank’s west Texas ranch is hot and dry. They’ve got to be on the lookout for prairie fires. Hank bravely takes on the role of Head of Fire Safety and gets to work. But patrolling for fires is dull, and it’s hard to do on an empty stomach. Despite a minor culinary distraction, though, Hank—through grit and determination—is able to keep focused on the job.

Book 60: Loper and Sally May have left Slim to manage the ranch while they go off to visit relatives for the holidays. But, just when it begins to look like another boring bachelor Christmas with Slim, a storm blows in and the electric fence separating a herd of steers from the highway shorts out. Now it’s up to Slim, Viola and the ranch’s Security Division to jump into action! Things take a surprising twist when Slim comes down with a burning fever in the middle of the operation.

John R. Erickson has written and published 75 books and more than 600 articles, and is best known as the author of the Hank the Cowdog series of books, audio-books, and stage plays. His stories have won a number of awards. The Hank the Cowdog series began as a self-publishing venture in his garage in 1982 and has endured to become one of the nation’s most popular series for children and families. Through the eyes of Hank the Cowdog, a smelly, smart-aleck Head of Ranch Security, Erickson gives readers a glimpse of daily life on a ranch in the West Texas Panhandle.