“I hear that becoming a cowboy can be dangerous. Especially if you don't know the rules.
I don’t know the rules.”
It’s a good thing Conrad brought his Mega Ultimate Extreme First Aid Kit to Uncle Clint’s ranch because learning how to be a cowboy turns out to be a lot harder—and more painful—than he thought. Conrad has a lot to learn – including don’t squat with spurs on and never wave your red sweatshirt at a bull. But the biggest challenge of all is dealing with Imogene Louise Lathrup, the know-it-all-cowgirl next door. When Imogene shows up, she is all too happy to point out Conrad’s shortcomings. In this follow-up to their debut hit Pirates on the Farm, author Denette Fretz and illustrator Gene Barretta team up once again to tell a humorous tale about what it means to love your neighbor.
Conrad and the Cowgirl Next Door is the next book in the Next Door Series about what happens when someone different moves in next door. The first book Pirates moved next door and this book a Cowgirl is next door. Just like the first book this book is hilarious. I just love all the illustrations that bring the book to life. There are so many details to enjoy and get giggly over.
I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend it to families with young children in the house. What a great book for 3-8 year olds, those still being read to and those reading to themselves. This book has something for all. It can be hard for parents to find books to read to their kids that don't drive them crazy but this one will keep the parents laughing too. The best part is it delivers a great message and full of clean fun.
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