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Hitchin' Post and the 6B Ranch Kids
by Julie Barker View author's profile page

Overview


Hitchin' Post, the cowboy jackrabbit, likes helping with his favorite ranch family and kids. His little buddy Bo thinks he is as big as his Bubba and all the 6B cowboys. Bo gets fightin' mad when he can't do what they do and go where they go. Sis always wants to give Bo hugs and kisses, but he always tells her, "No!" When Bo makes Sis cry. Hitchin' Post realizes that Sis needs a job. It doesn't take long for little Bo to wonder why Sis does not bother him anymore. Before long, Bo is wondering what Sis is up to. Thank goodness wise old Hitch is here to help!
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Description


Hitchin' Post, the cowboy jackrabbit, is back in the third book of the "Hitchin' Post" children's book series! "Hitchin' Post and the 6B Ranch Kids" introduces readers to some of the most important people in Hitch's life. Meet Bubba, Sis and little Bo, Hitch's favorite kids that live on the 6Bs'. They belong to Hitch's best pal, Nick. Hitch helps Nick watch after the kids and always gives them good advice. Bubba is old enough to help the cowboys, and little Bo thinks he should be able to help too. Bo wants to go where Bubba goes and do what Bubba does, and he gets fightin' mad when anyone tells him he is too little. Sis wants Bo to play with her, but she always tries to hug him and kiss him too much! One day, when Bubba has to go help Dad and Hitch and Bo can't go, of course Bo starts throwing a fit. Sis tries to pick him up for a hug, but Bo tells her, "NO!". When Sis starts to cry, Hitchin' Post realizes that Sis needs a job. A very special job. It doesn't take long for little Bo to wonder why Sis is not bothering him anymore. Before long, Bo is wondering what Sis is up to, and he won't stop until he finds out. Once Bo sees what Sis is doing, he runs to tell his mom and dad on the double! Thank goodness old Hitch is here to help!
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About the author


Julie Barker uses her west Texas roots to inspire the adventures of the lovable and courageous cowboy jackrabbit, Hitchin' Post. Julie was born and raised in west Texas and currently resides in Quanah, Texas, with her husband, Nick, and their three children. Farming and the ranching heritage have always been a part of her life, and she wants that way of life to live on through her children's books. Julie has collaborated with her mother, artist Carolyn Altman, who provided the colorful illustrations that brought Hitchin' Post and the 6Bs' Ranch to life. Julie's debut children's book, "Hitchin' Post", was the gold medal winner of the 2017 Readers' Favorite Award in the children's-general genre, and was nominated for a TopShelf Indie Book Award. "Hitchin' Post and the 6B Ranch Kids" is the third book in the "Hitchin' Post" children's book series.
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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Westerns

Language:English

Series title:Hitchin' Post

Series Number:3

Pages:40

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781098337018


Overview


Hitchin' Post, the cowboy jackrabbit, likes helping with his favorite ranch family and kids. His little buddy Bo thinks he is as big as his Bubba and all the 6B cowboys. Bo gets fightin' mad when he can't do what they do and go where they go. Sis always wants to give Bo hugs and kisses, but he always tells her, "No!" When Bo makes Sis cry. Hitchin' Post realizes that Sis needs a job. It doesn't take long for little Bo to wonder why Sis does not bother him anymore. Before long, Bo is wondering what Sis is up to. Thank goodness wise old Hitch is here to help!

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Description


Hitchin' Post, the cowboy jackrabbit, is back in the third book of the "Hitchin' Post" children's book series! "Hitchin' Post and the 6B Ranch Kids" introduces readers to some of the most important people in Hitch's life. Meet Bubba, Sis and little Bo, Hitch's favorite kids that live on the 6Bs'. They belong to Hitch's best pal, Nick. Hitch helps Nick watch after the kids and always gives them good advice. Bubba is old enough to help the cowboys, and little Bo thinks he should be able to help too. Bo wants to go where Bubba goes and do what Bubba does, and he gets fightin' mad when anyone tells him he is too little. Sis wants Bo to play with her, but she always tries to hug him and kiss him too much! One day, when Bubba has to go help Dad and Hitch and Bo can't go, of course Bo starts throwing a fit. Sis tries to pick him up for a hug, but Bo tells her, "NO!". When Sis starts to cry, Hitchin' Post realizes that Sis needs a job. A very special job. It doesn't take long for little Bo to wonder why Sis is not bothering him anymore. Before long, Bo is wondering what Sis is up to, and he won't stop until he finds out. Once Bo sees what Sis is doing, he runs to tell his mom and dad on the double! Thank goodness old Hitch is here to help!

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About the author


Julie Barker uses her west Texas roots to inspire the adventures of the lovable and courageous cowboy jackrabbit, Hitchin' Post. Julie was born and raised in west Texas and currently resides in Quanah, Texas, with her husband, Nick, and their three children. Farming and the ranching heritage have always been a part of her life, and she wants that way of life to live on through her children's books. Julie has collaborated with her mother, artist Carolyn Altman, who provided the colorful illustrations that brought Hitchin' Post and the 6Bs' Ranch to life. Julie's debut children's book, "Hitchin' Post", was the gold medal winner of the 2017 Readers' Favorite Award in the children's-general genre, and was nominated for a TopShelf Indie Book Award. "Hitchin' Post and the 6B Ranch Kids" is the third book in the "Hitchin' Post" children's book series.
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