Bubba, The Cowboy Prince by Helen Ketteman

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A funny, western version of "Cinderella" - with an unexpected twist. "Upended fairy tales are pretty familiar now, but this one has sass and pizzazz." - The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

About Helen Ketteman

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Author of the popular children's book, Armadillo Tattletale, Helen Ketteman is an exceptional writer of over 13 books and has appeared on both television and radio. She has an Associates of Arts Degree from Young Harris College in Young Harris, GA and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Georgia State University in Atlanta. She has taught both high school English and elementary school and has also taught continuing education classes in writing picture books at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas. She has spoken to adult writing classes on writing picture books, and often visits elementary schools. She is currently living in San Francisco, CA.
Published November 1, 1997 by Scholastic Press. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Lurleen tracks the bootless Bubba down, ``Dwayne and Milton and their wicked daddy threw chicken fits.'' Bubba and babe, hair as big as a Texas sun, ride off to a life of happy ranching, and readers will be proud to have been along for the courtship.

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Bullied by his step-kin, Bubba is stranded on the ranch while the rest of Texas attends the ball hosted by Miz Lurleen--""the purtiest and richest gal in the county""--who is looking for a feller who loves ranching as much as she does.

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