Item description for The Case of the Double Bumblebee Sting (Hank the Cowdog) by John R. Erickson & Gerald L. Holmes...
While Slim and Loper are away from the ranch for three days, Hank suffers from--is it a double bumblebee sting, or much worse? If falls upon Sally May to nurse the stricken Head of Ranch Security back to health. Her patience and compassion are seriously tested.
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Studio: Maverick Books (TX)
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.14" Width: 4.74" Height: 0.78" Weight: 0.28 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Aug 1, 2002
Publisher Maverick Books (TX)
ISBN 1591883229 ISBN13 9781591883227
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 Double Bumblebee Sting (Hank the Cowdog)?
The best book ever Apr 25, 2003
I would recommend Hank the Cow Dog Case of the Double Bumblebee Sting because it's funny. Hank thinks two bumblebees have bitten him but it ends up that it was a rattlesnake. His face swells up like a balloon. He says, "It weighs 250 pounds". Drover keeps on saying that it was a rattlesnake, but Hank will be Hank - stubborn as a donkey. Hank keeps on saying, "it was 2 bumblebees in that pipe". Drover just goes with the flow and says "OK". I recommend this book to you and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Matthew Jacobs's Hank the Cowdog's Bee Sting Reveiw Nov 12, 2001
This book is about a dog named Hank. Hank lives on a ranch, and is head of ranch security. Drover is another dog that live on the ranch. In this book Hank gets bit by a rattlesnake, but he thinks it's a bumble bee. Sally May his owner takes him to the vet to get a shot. In the end Hank finally get's better. I reccomend this because it's funny and thrilling to read.
Doggone good Book Dec 9, 2000
Having been born and raised on a cattle ranch(not in Texas however)there is so much to relate to in the Hank books, we have rattlesnakes too, and learn to look very carefully before reaching for anything lying around in the summertime. My 8 year old loves me to read the Hank books to him,(I do a real good Drover) soon we both become part of the story, and lose track of time. Even if you've never had a cowdog, or lived on a ranch, you'll love this book, but if you have,you'll be hooked for life on Hank the Cowdog! We are.
Our whole family laughed hysterically listening to this tape Dec 3, 1998
The Case of The Double Bumble Bee Sting saved my life on a long trip. Of course, it almost ended it too. I almost ran off the road laughing as Hank tries to talk to the buzzards about his swollen head. Don't miss this one! Your kids will love it and adults will too.
One of the most entertaining, laugh out loud Hank books ever Nov 17, 1998
Of all the dog heroes in the world Hank is by far our favorite. He takes his job as head of ranch security very seriously. It's funny but also touching to see Hank strive to maintain his dignity as he suffers the consequences of inserting his nose (in a pipe) before putting his brain in gear. I have read Hank books with my kids for years and this one had me taking more time outs for laughing than any of the others. I couldn't help but read the last chapter myself after the kids were in bed and thoroughly enjoyed the surprise ending.