West On The Wagon Train (adventures Of Young Buffalo Bill)
Following The Death Of His Father, Bill Joins A Wagon Train To The West, Where He Is Befriended By The Famous Marksman, Wild Bill Hickock.
Author : E. Cody Kimmel
Publisher : Harpercollins
Published Year : 2003
Edition : 1
Format : Hardcover, 160 pages
Language : Eng
Dimensions : 5.50 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 0.65 (d)
ISBN : 0060291133
ISBN13 : 9780060291136
The train stretched out like a white snake in front of him, twenty-five wagons rolling forward, dipping and leaning over the uneven prairie ...
The year is 1857, and Bill Cody's pa has recently passed away. Now eleven years old, Bill takes a job as an extra hand on a wagon train headed west to help raise money for his family. It is a dream come true for Bill, and he is determined to be the best hired hand Lew Simpson has ever known!
Bill is soon befriended by Wild Bill Hickock, a man known throughout Kansas as the most deadly shot who ever lived. But he also realizes that working on the trail can be mighty hazardous. Faced with fierce hailstorms, a few mean-hearted teamsters, and a frightening buffalo stampede, Bill wonders if he has what it takes to be a true westerner.
The exciting fourth book in the on-going adventure series about young Buffalo Bill, west on the wagon train sweeps readers back into the exciting and dangerous world of America's frontier past.
Following the death of his father, Bill joins a wagon train to the west, where he is befriended by the famous marksman, Wild Bill Hickock.