Rosie and the Rustlers
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Rosie and the Rustlers

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Rosie and her wranglers meet up with Greasy Ben and his gang in this rollicking tale of adventure.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published October 1st 1991 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR) (first published 1989)
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The illustrations were incredible! They had similar physical characteristics to many little people and yet maintained the old west feel. Loved the tall hats as well. Rosie is clearly in charge and the men follow her wihout issue.
Karin Shah
I love the rythmn of the language in this book. My kids are enchanted by it.
Oh, man, the illustrations in this were so cute and fun! I just loved them. The story was also great, and read really nicely. I loved the diverse vocabulary, and the way it almost read like a cowboy was narrating the tale.

My niece and nephew couldn't have cared less about this book, which surprised me, and didn't surprise me. I thought that the illustrations would draw them in, I was certain that my nephew would love the concept of the good cowboys going to bring in the rustlers. Nah. My nephew...more
Mary Lisa
A children's book I'll want to re-read with regularity - written in rhyme, with Roy Gerrard's wonderful Botero-like illustrations. A pure delight.
Lisa Nagel
A beautifully illustrated rhyming western tale. Good guys, bad guys and a plan to save the cattle.
One of my favorite children's books. Get it for your child.
Matthew William
Loved this when I was little.
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