Item description for The Case of the Deadly Ha-Ha Game (Hank the Cowdog) by John R. Erickson & Gerald L. Holmes...
Everyone's favorite cowdog is back in this latest hilarious escapade. When Hank finally gets fed up with Pete the Barncat's sneaky tricks, he challenges Pete to a round of the dreaded Deadly Ha-Ha Game. Winning the game demands iron will and steely determination, and Hank knows that he's got what it takes to win. But when it comes to facing off against Rip and Snort, the coyote brothers, it's a whole different story. Suddenly, the Deadly Ha-Ha Game is no laughing matter!
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Studio: Maverick Books (TX)
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.52" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.76" Weight: 0.29 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Aug 1, 2002
Publisher Maverick Books (TX)
ISBN 1591883377 ISBN13 9781591883371 UPC 823451017997
Availability 0 units.
More About John R. Erickson & Gerald L. Holmes
John R. Erickson, one of America's best-known working cowboys, wrote the foreword to The Cowboy at Work.
John R. Erickson currently resides in Perryton, in the state of Texas. John R. Erickson was born in 1943.
John R. Erickson has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The Case of the Deadly Ha-Ha Game (Hank the Cowdog)?
Great Book Dec 15, 2007
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.
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I love Hank books! Nov 17, 2003
I highly reccomend the Hank the Cowdog books if you're a dog lover, or if you just enjoy good, clean humor and fun! The books are written in Hank's perspective, which, I think, makes them funnier than if they weren't written in his persppective. He tries to talk "intelligent," but really he is actually quite, um, well, to be to-the-point... DUMB. And Hank's conversations with Drover are priceless. If you don't have this book, you really should get it. This is one of my personal favorites.
My other faves are: The Curse of the Incredible Priceless Corn Cob The Case of the Missing Bird Dog It's a Dog's Life Every Dog Has His Day The Case of the Fiddle Playing Fox The Phantom in the Mirror The Case of the Burrowing Robot The Case of the Raging Rottweiler
...And too many more to list!...
Hank is GREAT! Jun 12, 2003
If you're in the mood for humor, just read the Hank the Cowdog books. He thinks he's so smart, but he is not. Drover is probably about just as smart as Hank. I love reading Hank, I've read almost all his books, and own a lot of them. You definitely need to start reading Hank!
Hank the cowdog books Dec 23, 2002
I'm 10 years old and I thoutht it was great. I think that it was hillarious. Especially the part when Hank and Drover trick the coyote brothers in a Ha Ha game.
Do you think you could win in the Ha-Ha Game? Feb 9, 2002
I thought this book was okay. It wasn't my favorite but it was good. It first starts our kind of boring but when a cat named Pete gets in the story it's a different story. He gets Hank and his assistant Dover in a mess when he told them something. The coyotes in the pasture get very hungry. They get in even more trouble then. It's starts with the Ha-Ha game. Oh you should try the Ha-Ha game.