A BKCH Janet Squires: The Gingerbread Cowboy SIGNED 2014 Buckaroo Book Shop

A BKCH Janet Squires: The Gingerbread Cowboy SIGNED 2014 Buckaroo Book Shop
The Gingerbread Cowboy
Author: Janet Squires
Illustrator: Holly Berry
Publisher: HarperCollins, 2006


Meet Author Janet Squires
Rendezvous With A Writer
2014 Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival
Buckaroo Book Shop
Saturday, April 26, 2014   10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, April 27, 2014     10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.


2014 RENDEZVOUS WITH A WRITER EVENTS
BUCKAROO STORY TIME at the Children's Corral
Saturday, April 26 and Sunday, April 27
Come learn a fun poem and song, and hear a story!
11:00-11:20 A Cowgirl Peg Story with Peggy Sundberg
12:00-12:20 The Gingerbread Cowboy with Janet Squires
1:00-1:20 A Cowgirl Peg Story with Peggy Sundberg
2:00-2:20 The Gingerbread Cowboy with Janet Squires
3:00-3:20-A Cowgirl Peg Story with Peggy Sundberg


2013 Congratulations to author Janet Squires on the Seventh Anniversary of her popular children's book The Gingerbread Cowboy!

All our copies are Signed by the Author.

Congratulations Janet Squires for this article in The Signal, Sunday 4/18/2010
http://www.the-signal.com/news/article/27482/

From our Purveyor of Books:
 Janet Squires is a favorite of OutWest's patrons. The inset photo accompanied an article in The Signal earlier this year, here she is sharing her story during Buckaroo Story Time at OutWest.
                           
From School Library Journal:
"PreSchool-Grade 3-A delightful, infectiously cheeryful, Southwestern rendition of a familiar story. Phrases used to describe biscuits, such as plump pillows, soft as clouds, and tasty as a big Texas barbecue, just roll off the tongue. Bow-legged and dressed in a vest, boots, hat, and a big belt buckle, the Gingerbread Cowboy teases: "Giddyup, giddyup as fast as you can. You can't catch me, I'm the Gingerbread Man" and includes an added refrain, and "raced away as fast as his boots could carry him". The lively text demands to be read aloud.

The illustrations are bold: while the rancher and his wife look a bit flat, and the expressions of the cattle are cookie-cuter perfect, the Cowboy contorts his body expressively, and the coyote is infinitely sly. The orangey-brown land and sparse green cacti convey a sense of desolation, but the colorful crowd of animals and cowboys stands out dramatically against the parched landscape. Berry plays with point of view as the various figures trade levels of prominence. The rancher's wife bakes, almost lassos the clever coyote, and later instructs the creature on how to make his own Gingerbread Cowboy. A fresh version of an old favorite."
             -Kirsten Cutler, Sonoma County Library, CA
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 {>}Meet author Janet Squires.

Hardcover. 32 pp. Approx. shipping weight is 12 oz. Ships from OutWest USPS First Class or Priority Mail

Pre-order now and author, Janet Squires, will personalize it for you. We'll contact you for the personalization. Ships the first week of May 2014. Unsigned copies available to ship immediately.

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