Whitefish Will Rides Again! by Arthur Yorinks

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This hilarious spoof of Westerns is brought to life with illustrations by Mad magazine's Mort Drucker. Sheriff Whitefish Will was so good at rassling rustlers that soon none were left--so the penny-pinching townsfolk put him out to pasture. Then a mean, rotten, ugly gang of outlaws blows into town and . . . Whitefish Will Rides Again!. Full color.

About Arthur Yorinks

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Arthur Yorinks was born in Roslyn, New York on August 21, 1953. As a child, he was exposed to an eclectic assortment of the arts including symphonies and art galleries in New York City, comic books, and 19th-century novels. He has written over 30 children's books including Hey, Al, winner of the 1987 Caldecott award; Louis the Fish, a Reading Rainbow main selection; Bravo Minski; Oh, Brother; and Company's Coming. He has also written opera librettos, ballets, plays and film scripts. He and children's author Maurice Sendak co-founded The Night Kitchen, a new theater company. Mort Druckers legendary features and covers for Mad have been a mainstay of that magazine for over forty years. His only children's books are Whitefish Will Rides Again!, and Tomatoes from Mars, both in collaboration with Arthur Yorinks. Mr. Drucker lives in Woodbury, NY.
Published August 1, 1994 by Di Capua.
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction

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Whitefish was a cozy little frontier burg, all because Sheriff Whitefish Will ruled the roost with a well-muscled, but gentle, hand.

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The townsfolk go fetch Will, of course, who runs the varmint out of town--by playing his harmonica (`` ` Ay yi yi yi yi!

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