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Book details
  • SubGenre:Westerns
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Hitchin' Post
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:50
  • Format:Soft Cover

Hitchin' Post and the Tornado Twistin' 4th of July Celebration

by Julie Barker View author's profile page

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Hitchin' Post, the cowboy jackrabbit, rides again, and this time he's ready to celebrate the 4th of July! He and the 6Bs' cowboys are getting ready for the annual 6Bs' 4th of July rodeo and dance, but when a tornado almost destroys the grand 6Bs' barn, they see their celebration may not happen. Old Hitch finds the courage to rally everyone together to rebuild their beloved, red barn. Everyone works together as a team, and the annual Independence Day celebration is saved! Though Hitchin' Post is small in size, he shows that his determination and heart are large.
Hitchin' Post, the cowboy jackrabbit is back on the 6Bs' Ranch and ready for the annual 6Bs' 4th of July rodeo and dance! It's the biggest Independence Day celebration around, and this year it is sure to be the best because Hitch's five brothers are coming too. When a giant tornado threatens to destroy the celebration, Hitchin' Post shows that though he is little, he has the courage and determination to weather any storm. Hitchin' Post, his brothers, his pal Nick and the rest of the 6Bs' cowboys, all work together to rebuild what the tornado destroyed, making way for some big fireworks and rodeo fun! Join old Hitch and his cowboy friends for another wild riding, romping, stomping, 6Bs' Ranch adventure!
About the author
Julie Barker uses her west Texas roots to inspire the adventures of the lovable and courageous jackrabbit, Hitchin' Post. Julie was born and raised in west Texas, and now resides in Quanah, Texas, with her husband and 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 illustrations and brought Hitchin' Post and the 6Bs' Ranch to life. Julie's debut book, "Hitchin' Post", was the gold medal winner of the 2017 Readers' Favorite Award in the children's-general genre, and has been nominated for a TopShelf Indie Book Award.
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