Could Have Been a Cowboy
A small boy and girl lose their parents at a young age. They are sent back east to live with their old Aunt Effie. She feels like she has been put upon and doesn't want them there. After eight long years of her meddling and trying to run his life the boy leaves. He won't allow the girl to go with him. She doesn't hear from him for two long years. Her Aunt is trying to run her affairs also and she is at her wits end. She gets a letter in the mail from her brother. He finally let her know where he is at. He said he has almost enough money to send for her like he promised. She can't wait any longer for him to save enough money to send for her. Find out what she does to get to him. This is a fun action, adventure Book. Reading is fun!
- Paperback | 158 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 9.91mm | 258.55g
- 20 Feb 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Karen a Fisher
Karen Fisher was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is married to Charles E. Fisher Jr. They have seven children, sixteen grandchildren, and six great grandchildren. She is retired from Whirlpool Tulsa Division after working there for 12 years. Her hobbies are writing, sewing, quilting baby quilts, red hats, fishing and church. She has two other children's books in publication. "Little Miss No Feelings, Nobody," and "Could Have Been A Cowboy." "Little Miss No Feelings, Nobody" and "A Nickels Worth Of Penny Candy" were written from childhood memories of the author's life.