Cowboy Ed by Bill Grossman
(A Laura Geringer Book)

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When it starts raining buffalo and bears, some prairie folk who don't know how to handle this new problem turn to young Cowboy Ed for help.
 

About Bill Grossman

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Bill Grossman worked as a gravedigger, forklift operator, computer engineer, and third-grade teacher before writing books for children. He is now a professor of engineering. He lives in Connecticut. Kevin Hawkes is the author as well as the illustrator of "The Wicked Big Toddlah," He lives in Maine.
 
Published June 1, 1993 by Harpercollins Childrens Books. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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so hero Ed, proclaiming ``I always use my head./And I seldom give a hoot/About the past,'' suggests ``when in a pickle,/It is often wise to tickle...''--a lame conclusion to a narrative that's sometimes deliciously silly, but whose bantering tone sits uneasily with its dark subtext.

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Once again Grossman ( Tommy at the Grocery Store ; Donna O'Neeshuck Was Chased by Some Cows ) serves up a rip-roaring escapade told in rollicking verse. Young Cowboy Ed takes a midnight journey to a f

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Young Cowboy Ed takes a midnight journey to a fantasy frontier where ``the horses / Rode the cowboys-- / The plows were pulled / By plowboys, and the people / Put their underwear on last.'' Because, of course, ``That's the way we've always done it in the past.'' When the skies rain down not just ...

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