Author: James Proimos
Ricky Smootz is very afraid of everything, especially Keanu Dungston, the bully who terrorizes their middle school, but with advice from his grandmother Ricky transforms himself into Cowboy Boy and stands up to Keanu and his henchmen. You need to read a copy of Cowboy Boy an excellent book. Written by James Proimos and it was published on the 1st of July, 2003 by Scholastic Press. The book is centered on Bullies along with Schools and Fear and is thought to be positive juvenile fiction. In the Dewey Decimal System number is PZ7.P9432 Co 2003. This version is the 1st ed. is 96 pages long and it has pictures. For more information on this child's book, check out the market add to cart button below.
- Number of Pages: 96
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- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Look out Richard M. Nixon Middle School -- there's a new superhero in your midst! He and his best friend, Fred Bologna, just KNOW they are targets for bully Keanu Dungston and his henchman. So when Keanu wedgies him on the very first day of school, Ricky summons the courage of his ancestor, finds an old Halloween costume, and becomes. Cowboy Boy! When Ricky turns to his beloved Grandma for advice, she reminds him his great, great, great, 3rd cousin was a cowboy whose specialty was running bullies out of Dodge. Ricky Smootz dreads beginning middle school.
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