Tyrannosaurus Tex by Betty G. Birney

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Tyrannosaurus Tex, with his ten-thousand-gallon hat and his stories about Texas before the people came, proves himself a loyal friend to a group of cowboys out on the range leaving behind a new legend to be told around the campfire.

About Betty G. Birney

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Betty G. Birney is an Emmy-winning screenwriter who specializes in live-action TV, and animation for children. She lives with her family in Studio City, California.
Published March 28, 1994 by Houghton Mifflin. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Nature & Wildlife, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Here, five cowboys meet up with big galoot Tex while riding the range, and after the fellas get over their surprise, the dino tells them ``about Texas before the people came.'' That night, as Tex and his new bunkies sleep, rustlers set fire to the prairie;

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