Tex the Cowboy by Sarah Garland

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A comic-book style narrative, in six episodes, of the exploits, and foibles, of a lovable, bumbling buckaroo and his ""not-too-purdy"" horse, Gloria. By the author-illustrator of Billy and Belle.

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Garland is both a writer and illustrator.
Published March 24, 1983 by Collins. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Garland (Billy and Belle, 1992, etc.) rounds up this comedic piece of work into a comic-book format, three rows of frames per page, with terse captions printed at the top of each frame, and goofy commentary coming from the small, funny characters in the watercolor-and-ink pictures.

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In six comic-book-style episodes starring bungling cowboy Tex, his trusty horse Gloria and his nemesis Hank Bones, Garland (Going to Playschool) cheerfully lampoons the western genre.

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