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Triple play [text (large print)] / James D. Crownover.

By: Crownover, James D [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Wheeler large print western series: Publisher: Water, Maine : Wheeler Publishing, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning, 2017Copyright date: �2016Edition: Large print edition.Description: 469 pages (large print) ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781432838393; 1432838393.Subject(s): Ranchers -- Fiction | Frontier and pioneer life -- Fiction | Large type books | FICTION -- Historical | FICTION -- Action & Adventure | Frontier and pioneer life | Large type books | RanchersGenre/Form: Western fiction. | Action and adventure fiction. | Fiction.DDC classification: 813/.6 LOC classification: PS3603.R765 | T75 2016bOther classification: FIC014000 | FIC002000 Summary: Baseball came west with the pioneers and settlers. Every town and even some ranches had a team. Young Tucker Beavers plays ball growing up on the Mountain Beavers Ranch. When he is fifteen his father gives him a herd of wild cows, which he gathers with the help of a mysterious cowhand and two brush-popping dogs. Later, Tucker helps avert an Apache outbreak by driving cattle to the Mescalero Reservation... only the beginning of the challenges he will face as a rancher in the wild untamed territory of the desert Southwest.
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Westerns LW CRO (Browse shelf) 1 Available 31562016371629
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Baseball came west with the pioneers and settlers. Every town and even some ranches had a team. Young Tucker Beavers plays ball growing up on the Mountain Beavers Ranch. When he is fifteen his father gives him a herd of wild cows, which he gathers with the help of a mysterious cowhand and two brush-popping dogs. Later, Tucker helps avert an Apache outbreak by driving cattle to the Mescalero Reservation... only the beginning of the challenges he will face as a rancher in the wild untamed territory of the desert Southwest.

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