Item description for The Case of the Raging Rottweiler (Hank the Cowdog) by John R. Erickson & Gerald L. Holmes...
Overview Bruiser the Rottweiler is on the loose and is threatening to come after Hank! The rumor is that Bruiser is all talk and no action, but when Hanks gets a look at the rotty's sharp teeth and giant body, he's not sure what to think!
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Studio: Maverick Books (TX)
Running Time: 180.00 minutes
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.38" Width: 6.96" Height: 0.78" Weight: 0.28 lbs.
Binding Audio Cassette
Release Date Aug 1, 2002
Publisher Maverick Books (TX)
ISBN 1591883369 ISBN13 9781591883364 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 Raging Rottweiler (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.
Author of "Hobo Finds A Home" editor "Of A Predatory Heart"
Hank is awesome 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 Deadly Ha-Ha Game
...And too many more to list!...
The best book I read is Hank the cowdog! Nov 14, 2002
One of my favorite books I have read in the past year was Hank the Cowdog by John R.Erickson. It is A marvelous book about Hank tries to fall in love with another dog he met. One of the major reasons I in joyed this book is because Hank and Drover stays ahead of the ranch security so nothing wouldn't happen to the farm or the chickens, but they decide that its time for A break from the ranch security. Another reason I found in the book to be so wonderful Hank and Drover goes out into the woods and they see four yellow eyes in the dark it was Rip and Snort. They were brothers but Rip and Snort didn't remember Hank and Drover, but Hank told them about the pit where they had parties and got drunk. Then Snort and Rip mumbled about it. Then they thought they would go we eat Hunk later and Drover for snacks then Hank said member what I told you about that don't eat friends that is bad manners. Then snort said, "Oh," but Drover ran off. when Rip seen the silage pit he ran but not snort; he stayed behind Hank. Then Hank said, "That was my chance to escape." To conclude Hank the Cowdog by John R.Erickson was truly my favorite book
Hank the Cowdog 36 May 1, 2001
Hank 36 is a very good book.I CAN'T THINK OF ANYTHING ELSE!