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Westerns (Young Readers)


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Westerns (contemporary fiction)

The Western culture is not dead. Stories set in present time contain all the elements we look for in a good western story. Cowboys, rodeo stars, and humble folk on farms and ranches are alive and well, even in this modern age, and continue to contribute to our western lore.

Joan Bochmann website

Elizabeth Butler website
J.D.'s Rustler

Patricia Probert Gott website
So You Wanna Be A Cowgirl
Cowgirl Days

"So You Wanna be a Cowgirl" by Patricia Probert Gott is a fun, adventurous narrative about a businesswoman from Maine working as a horse wrangler and trail guide at a dude ranch outside Cody, Wyoming. 

"Cowgirl Days" by Patricia Probert Gott continues her adventures training mustangs in Montana and wrangling horse-pack trips into the Shoshone-Teton National Forests, Wyoming.

Janet Muirhead Hill website

Susan Shay  website
To School a Cowboy

George Wilhite website
Texas Rodeo Murder

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