By Rebecca Van Slyke,Jessie Hartland
Lexie is the easiest wrangler west of the Mississippi—word wrangler, that's. She watches over child letters whereas they develop into phrases and ties shorter phrases jointly into longer ones; she herds phrases into sentences, hitches sentences jointly, and pens all of them in to inform a narrative. yet in recent times, anything turns out off on the ranch. First the d is going lacking from her bandana, leaving her with a banana to tie round her neck, and shortly later on each S-T-A-R within the sky becomes R-A-T-S. There’s doubtless approximately it—there’s a observe rustler inflicting this ruckus, and Lexie plans to trace him down . . . no matter if it skill using her horse throughout the sticky icing of a desert that’s abruptly develop into a tremendous dessert.
This very good spin on “cowboy” tales populates Lexie’s ranch with full of life letters and phrases, along the common livestock and horses, and stars a wise, convinced, charismatic heroine. Rebecca Van Slyke’s artistic, foolish wordplay pairs completely with Jessie Hartland’s energetic illustrations, and there’s even a word list of worthy phrases for up-and-coming be aware wranglers.