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by Gerald L. Holmes,John R. Erickson

  • Author: Gerald L. Holmes,John R. Erickson
  • ISBN: 0877192790
  • ISBN13: 978-0877192794
  • ePub: 1149 kb | FB2: 1582 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Action & Adventure
  • Publisher: Viking Juvenile (September 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 108
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 114
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SE: The Case of the Swirling Killer Tornado (Hank the Cowdog, No 25) ePub download

Hank and Drover must deal with all sorts of strange phenomena. Only 5 left in stock (more on the way)

Hank and Drover must deal with all sorts of strange phenomena. They must deal with an attack of the terrible Charlie Monsters and a polka-dot midget. Then they must gather every ounce of courage they have to save the ranch from the Swirling Killer Tornado. Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Only 8 left in stock (more on the way).

Gerald . olmes,John . rickson. Hank and Drover must deal with all sorts of strange phenomena. They must defend the ranch against an attack of the terrible Charlie Monsters and a polka-dot midget. The Case of the Swirling Killer Tornado.

Other books in the series. Hank the Cowdog (1 - 10 of 71 books). Books by John R. Erickson.

Hank the cowdog and his sidekick Drover find themselves confronting a huge storm in the middle of the night. Hank the Cowdog made his debut in the pages of The Cattleman, a magazine for adults, and when Erickson started getting "Dear Hank" letters, he knew he was onto something. So in 1983, he self-published 2,000 copies of The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog, and they sold out in 6 weeks. When teachers began inviting Erickson to their schools, Hank found his most eager fans. Other books in the series.

Narrated by: John R. The Case of the One-Eyed Killer Stud Horse. By: John R. Series: Hank the Cowdog, Book 25. Length: 2 hrs and 6 mins. Categories: Kids, Ages 8-10. Narrated by: John R. Hank the Cowdog is on the case in his 50th mystery, and it's an extra long, laugh-out-loud adventure! When Hank gets invited, that is, invites himself on an archaeological dig, all he can think about is impressing the head scientist's beautiful lady dog. But Hank's heart isn't the only thing that's about to get stolen!

The Case of the Swirling Killer Tornado (Hank the Cowdog

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Hank the Cowdog is a long running, ongoing series of children's books written by John R. Erickson and illustrated by Gerald L. Holmes. The books follow Hank, a dog that views himself as the "Head of Ranch Security". In each book Hank and other characters must deal with several events, issues and mysteries that occur at their Texas Panhandle home in Ochiltree County. The name of the ranch is never mentioned in any of the stories

Hank the Cowdog The Case of the Swirling Killer Tornado. And Hank and Drover are in the worst possible place-trapped inside the house. Can they find a way out - before they get blown away?

Hank the Cowdog The Case of the Swirling Killer Tornado. By Gerald L. Holmes, John R. And Hank and Drover are in the worst possible place-trapped inside the house see all. This just in from the Emergency Weather Service: A tornado is headed straight for the ranch! And Hank and Drover are in the worst possible place-trapped inside the house. Can they find a way out - before they get blown away?

Books by John R. Erickson: Lost in the Dark Unchanted Forest. 10. The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog. The Case of the Double Bumblebee Sting.

Books by John R. The Mopwater Files. The Case of the Vampire Cat., 10. The Case of the Hooking Bull. The Case of the Midnight Rustler. The Phantom in the Mirror. The Case of the Missing Cat. 8, 10. The Case of the Vampire Vacuum Sweeper. The Case of the Three Rings. The Case of the Kidnapped Collie. The Case of the Fiddle Playing Fox. Lost in the Blinded Blizzard.

Book in the Hank the Cowdog Series). I love all the Hank books, and this is a great one for the Christmas season. These books are hilarious and more important to the young reader, fun to read. I'd also check the rest of the series.

Hank and Drover must gather every ounce of courage they have to save the ranch from the Swirling Killer Tornado. Author: John R Erickson. Street Date: December 31, 2017. Item Number (DPCI): 247-05-5439. Hank and Drover must gather every ounce of courage they have to save the ranch from the Swirling Killer Tornado. If the item details above aren’t accurate or complete, we want to know about it.

Hank the Cowdog and his sidekick Drover find themselves confronting a huge storm in the middle of the night.
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Good book
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My son listened to Hank the Cowdog from age 5 to age 10 almost every night at bedtime. We have nearly all of Hank's adventures on CD. What a wonderful character. My son has wonderful memories of falling asleep to Hank, his friends and their adventures.
Uris
always enjoy crazy dog story
Mr_Mole
My dad and my daughter have always loved these books ... Bought for them!
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The Grandkids and my daughter all very big Hank the Cowdog fan's as am I. Nothing better! We have read them for years, now we are listening to them! They are Great!
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Purchased this for a Christmas gift for my son. He has enjoyed Hank the Cowdog stories since he was very young. This episode was a big hit.
THE CASE OF THE SWIRLING KILLER TORNADO starts out with a funny conversation between half-asleep Hank and Drover. (Those dogs must truly love pork chops because "pork chop" is frequently included when they talk in their sleep or are half alseep in these books.)

Little Alfred (pronounced "Alferd") lets the dogs into the house during a thunderstorm. All three are terrified when they think that Little Alfred's mother, Sally May, is going to find out. Loved the sound effects when she comes toward the kitchen. High Loper himself has a good line when he unknowingly sniffs those wet dogs in the dark.

There is indeed a tornado headed for the Loper ranch. The Lopers head for the storm cellar. I guess Little Alfred was too afraid to tell his parents that they were trapping the dogs in the house.

Hank and Drover escape, only to have an adventure with the tornado. So do those two buzzards, Wallace and Junior. (I wonder why I never realized that Wallace and Hank have the same oversized egos and not-always-correct use of big words before. No wonder they don't like each other.) Loved Wallace's lines about why they should be calling it a cyclone instead of a tornado and his pride about being a grouch.

The dogs' escape from their peril will probably be handed down in the Loper family for generations to come. It might even spread throughout Ochiltree County, if not all of Texas.

Drover contributes a song he wrote, "Never Bark at a Funnel-Shaped Cloud". My opinion of it isn't as low as Hank's, but Hank does come up with better songs.

Speaking of singing, three songs are sung as rounds in this book: "Row, Row, Row Your Boat;" "Three Blind Mice," and a song I'd never heard before: "Why Doesn't My Goose [sing as well as thy goose when I paid for my goose twice as much as thy goose]".

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