Every Cowgirl Needs a Horse by Rebecca Janni

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In Every Cowgirl Needs a Horse, Nellie Sue does everything with a western flair. Whether it is cleaning up the animal sty (picking up her stuffed animals) or rounding up cattle (getting the neighborhood kids together for her birthday party), she does it like a true cowgirl. All she really needs is a horse. So when Dad announces at her birthday party, “I got a horse right here for you,” Nellie Sue is excited. But when her horse turns out to be her first bicycle, it will take an imagination as big as Texas to help save the day.

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Rebecca Janni (www.rebeccajanni.com) lives in Iowa with her husband and four children. Lynne Avril (www.lynneavril.com) is a cowgirl, painter, and bass player. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
 
Published February 23, 2010 by Dutton Children's. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Nellie Sue has a new pair of pink dancing boots, but she can't go out dancing alone.

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This horse-loving cowgirl is quick with her pedals and getting ready to compete in a bike rodeo at the county fair.

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City-dwellin’, country-talkin’ Nellie Sue, “a cowgirl from head to toe,” wants a horse more than anything and fully expects to receive one on her birthday.

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