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The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog ❮Reading❯ ➿ The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog Author John R. Erickson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The popular Hank the Cowdog series is based on the humorous antics of the canine Head of Ranch Security In this first book, Hank and his little buddy, Drover, set out to solve a series of baffling mur The popular Hank the Cowdog Adventures of PDF/EPUB ¿ series is based on the humorous antics of the canine Head of Ranch Security In this first book, Hank and his little buddy, Drover, set out to solve a series of baffling murders on the ranch Is Hank a suspect An Outlaw Can he clear his good name.


10 thoughts on “The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog

  1. Kami Kami says:

    I know you ll never believe me, but there are some of the most hilarious books for kids out there But you have to get them on tape or cd the author reads them and does the best voices and makes it even better I mean like way way better The best is if you have or have ever owned a dog Because it s all about this dog who does all the normal dumb dog stuff but takes it incredibly seriously Considers himself the head of ranch security and the world might end if he doesn t bark at the mailma I know you ll never believe me, but there are some of the most hilarious books for kids out there But you have to get them on tape or cd the author reads them and does the best voices and makes it even better I mean like way way better The best is if you have or have ever owned a dog Because it s all about this dog who does all the normal dumb dog stuff but takes it incredibly seriously Considers himself the head of ranch security and the world might end if he doesn t bark at the mailman every day It s not just for kids I m sure Matt and I love Hank almost as much as Jack does Anyway, grab one from the library sometime I can t really do it justice, but seriously, it s gooooooooooood stuff


  2. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    I loved this book when I was a kid Some relative bought it for me for Christmas one year and it s one of those books that doesn t try to make everything cheerful and fake, but still carries many positive messages for kids and even adult readers.


  3. Kayla Edwards Kayla Edwards says:

    I ve always been a Hank fan and now my students are too Our elementary book club just finished this one up last week and I m excited to say that it had the best reaction yet I was pleasantly surprised at how fascinated they were with Hank I now have all the other books in the series flying off my shelves My crew gives Hank two thumbs up


  4. Bettie Bettie says:

    Bettie s Books Bettie s Books


  5. KJ Shadows KJ Shadows says:

    I had to add these books because I remember them so fondly back in my childhood Guaranteed I d probably laugh if I went back and read these It sounds silly but these books inspired me to learn to write and read lots of books at a VERY early age I read much younger because my best friend was reading these books I remember in class we use to get our moms to buy different ones and we d switch I read all of them which was a huge feat, I think it went up to like a 100 No Joke I remember I want I had to add these books because I remember them so fondly back in my childhood Guaranteed I d probably laugh if I went back and read these It sounds silly but these books inspired me to learn to write and read lots of books at a VERY early age I read much younger because my best friend was reading these books I remember in class we use to get our moms to buy different ones and we d switch I read all of them which was a huge feat, I think it went up to like a 100 No Joke I remember I wanted to have them all read by the end of the year I read some of the reviews and they kinda make me laugh For the negative one, didn t you ever watch tom jerry Moms are really overprotective nowadays Organic foods for the baby, screening the television and cartoons they watch which sure organic is a bit healthier, pricier AND guess why dies easier Like the bananas They last maybe like 2 days tops being overly paranoid over making sure their child is safe I get it It s a big bad world out there and you d die if anything bad happened to your kid But truely, its not only that there iscrime out there itspeople have changed their attitude.Tom Jerry is too violent for most moms out there today Tom beats jerry, tries to poison him, eat him, they cut off eachother s body parts all in good fun I watched it and look I grew up okay mostly hahakidding infact I watched Ren Stimpy which was pretty much the most disgusting kid show today AnywaysHank dealt with murders problems on the ranch and provided fun mysteries for kids Some may call it violent or he was degrading but I found it humorous and I really enjoyed these books as a kid Plus I had my own chocolate lab and I always pictured it looked like him Didn t hurt So next time you try to screen your tv books from your child, ask yourself, didn t you ever watch something with some truth to the world in it I bet you did


  6. DocHolidavid DocHolidavid says:

    Now. NowHank the Cowdog is supposedly written for children, but it just don t seem that way to me.Course, now, I m not the sharpest light bulb on the block, but the subtle humor therein seems a little lofty for the average 6 year old Course I find some of it above my 60 year old noggin Okay laugh if you want to But when the chips are down, you just spent your last dime on toilet paper, your wife just put your bedroll in the doghouse, ya ain t seen a rain cloud since the Yorktown armistice Now. NowHank the Cowdog is supposedly written for children, but it just don t seem that way to me.Course, now, I m not the sharpest light bulb on the block, but the subtle humor therein seems a little lofty for the average 6 year old Course I find some of it above my 60 year old noggin Okay laugh if you want to But when the chips are down, you just spent your last dime on toilet paper, your wife just put your bedroll in the doghouse, ya ain t seen a rain cloud since the Yorktown armistice, the windmill sounds like a rusty hinge and you can t bust sod with a polaski a little Hank the Cowdog can make the day seem a lot better Go ahead Try it out See what you think


  7. gabbyisreadingnow gabbyisreadingnow says:

    These books were my life as a kid These books take place in Texas,which is where I used to live by the way guys, Texas has GORGEOUS sunsets Seriously guys, please go to Google and look up Texas sunsets , you ll be glad you did Anyways,I actually got to meet John R.Erickson, which only made me love this seriesThey were a place i could always count on for a good laugh and lighthearted humor While I guess that these aren t the most popular thing ever, they will always be something spe These books were my life as a kid These books take place in Texas,which is where I used to live by the way guys, Texas has GORGEOUS sunsets Seriously guys, please go to Google and look up Texas sunsets , you ll be glad you did Anyways,I actually got to meet John R.Erickson, which only made me love this seriesThey were a place i could always count on for a good laugh and lighthearted humor While I guess that these aren t the most popular thing ever, they will always be something special to me


  8. Chrisl Chrisl says:

    Sometimes, in the past, like those thoughts that keep circling in your head, I d find myself imitating the voice It s me, again, Hank the Cowdog then I d talk with an imaginary Drover It must be on audio online The reader is great Take the audio option over print One of those fun kid books I liked to recommend when people came in, asking for audio for road trips Quick scan of a youtube cartoon had different reader than the captivating voice of the author Meh


  9. Betsy Betsy says:

    I don t get what all the fuss is about either the folks who are completely opposed to lowly Hank or those rabid fans of his These books are funny, but much of the tongue in cheek humor no doubt goes over a 9 year old s head which seems to be roughly the target audience judging from reading level I found the voice in the book including the dead pan humor to be DEAD ON with an old Texan looking back on his adventures If you need corroboration of that, I ll let you read my Texan uncle I don t get what all the fuss is about either the folks who are completely opposed to lowly Hank or those rabid fans of his These books are funny, but much of the tongue in cheek humor no doubt goes over a 9 year old s head which seems to be roughly the target audience judging from reading level I found the voice in the book including the dead pan humor to be DEAD ON with an old Texan looking back on his adventures If you need corroboration of that, I ll let you read my Texan uncle s hilarious Christmas letters This voice makes them funnier to the adults reading them than to younger kids.But what s troubling to me revolves around two things first, the coyotes enemies of cowdogs the world over speak in what sounds to me like a remake of those old TV shows that showed Native Americans saying things like, me go hunt big rabbit Or something equally dumb And, further, while what Hank s narrating is supposed to be funny, it s often an outright lie with no acknowledgement of that fact to the receiver He s often dramatizing his adventures on behalf of his oh, so loyal friend, Drover, but he never lets on to unsuspecting, gullible Drover that he s made up most of the tale It makes for a genuinely funny read, but I m not sure I d let my kids live on a steady diet of Hank with no discussion and or nothing else to read Think of these books as pretzels a quick pick me up and could be worse candy or other sugary treat , but won t hold you for long


  10. Allison Allison says:

    I just didn t like it I can t remember when I last truly disliked a children s book Part of it was that it seemed SO dated It felt like it was meant to be read during the time when Bonanza and Gunsmoke were all the rage I m just not there any and can t even feel transported there by this book Part of it was how right out of the gates it s talking about investigating a murder a hen gets killed outside the hen house Maybe it s how Hank is so demeaning to his partner Maybe it s how t I just didn t like it I can t remember when I last truly disliked a children s book Part of it was that it seemed SO dated It felt like it was meant to be read during the time when Bonanza and Gunsmoke were all the rage I m just not there any and can t even feel transported there by this book Part of it was how right out of the gates it s talking about investigating a murder a hen gets killed outside the hen house Maybe it s how Hank is so demeaning to his partner Maybe it s how the language of the coyotes wasn t really another language so much as a version of broken English that reminded me of the insulting way Native Americans have been portrayed in American cinema Maybe it could be how some big words Hank uses are spelled phonetically, he acknowledges that he can t spell them correctly and leaves them misspelled in the book come on, really an asterisk and the correct spelling at the bottom of the page would have at least been a little better.I am in no way compelled to read the subsequent books in the series and honestly, I have a lot of difficulty imagining a situation existing in 21st century America where I would actually recommend this book or series I m perplexed that it is on my 6th Grader s 2011 Summer Reading List we live in a metropolitan area of New England It s very strange


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