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Smoky, the Cow Horse

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Published by Holiday house .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals - Horses,
  • General,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Lifestyles - Country Life,
  • Children"s All Ages

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7720414M
    ISBN 100684171457
    ISBN 109780684171456
    OCLC/WorldCa12191261


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Smoky, the Cow Horse by Will James Download PDF EPUB FB2

There are wonderful English horse books, but "Smoky the Cowhorse" was the book of my childhood. It is not necessarily a "children's book", rather a saga of an animal who goes from mis-treatment to redemption with an older, very realistic cowboy, who tames this "untamable" animal and, with kindness, makes him his loyal friend and by: 5.

Winner of the Newbery Medal, this children's novel about a the Cow Horse book cow-horse named Smoky has been favorably compared to that classic (and pioneering) pony story, Black Beauty, and I think the pairing is rather books follow the same basic narrative trajectory, beginning with a horse whose owners are responsible and kind, following him through his early years of prosperity 4/5.

Smoky: The Cow Horse was one of my favorite books as a child. this is the original edition that a sibling stole and tossed - - and now in my sixties the Cow Horse book was a treat to receive this again with the cover and inside photos I loved for so many years.

It was great to re-read this treasure!/5(52). The Newbery Award, Smoky, the Cow Horse, is narrated in the cowboy vernacular of the ’s. It details the life of a horse in the western United States from his birth to his eventual decline.

Smoky is born in the wild, captured and trained and becomes known as the best cowhorse around. However, Smoky is stolen by a horse thief, beaten repeatedly as punishment, and eventually attacks. Smoky the Cowhorse. By Will James. Grades. “There have been many horse stories but not one of them can compare with this book.” -New York Times.

The dramatic story of Smoky, a wild, spirited horse who suffers-but ultimately triumphs over-human cruelty. “There have been many horse stories but not one of them can compare with.

Smoky the Cowhorse is a novel by Will James that was the winner of the Newbery Medal. The story details the life of a horse in the western United States from his birth to his eventual decline.

Smoky is born in the wild, but is captured and trained by a cowboy named Edition: First Edition. Find books like Smoky the Cow Horse from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked Smoky the Cow Horse also liked: The Cow Horse book Cat Wh.

Smoky knows only one way of life: freedom. Living on the open range, he is free to go where he wants and to do what he wants. And he knows what he has to do to survive. He can beat any enemy, whether it be a rattlesnake or a hungry wolf. He is /5(22).

A range colt -- Smoky meets the human -- Where the trails fork -- The end of a rope -- The bronc twister steps up -- The squeak of leather -- Smoky shows his feelings -- Smoky starts out -- Fights for rights -- Amongst the missing -- The feel of a strange hand -- When the good leaves -- A many-men horse -- Dark clouds, then tall grassPages: Smoky the Cowhorse by Will James - Smoky knows only one way of life: freedom.

Living on the open range, he is free to go where he wants and to do what he Edition: Reissue. Smoky the Cowhorse isn't born smoke-colored, and he isn't born a cowhorse.

He's born a jet-black mustang alone Smoky the range with his mother, untouched by human hands and untainted by civilization. The story of his adventures is one of the most authentic glimpses into the fading of the Wild West that we have, and sure to fascinate both horse-lovers and the indifferent.

** Description from Amazon: Smoky knows only one way of life: freedom. Living on the open range, he is free to go where he wants and Smoky do what he wants.

And he knows what he has to do to survive. He can beat any enemy, whether it be a rattlesnake or a hungry wolf. He is as much a part of the Wild West as it is of him, and Smo.

Buy a cheap copy of Smoky The Cowhorse book by Will James. The experiences of a mouse-colored horse from his birth on the range, through his capture by humans and his work in the rodeo and on the range, to his eventual old Free shipping over $Cited by: 5.

Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Smoky the Cowhorse (Paperback) at 4/5(3). The unique characteristic of the "Animal stories" genre is that main character is usually an animal. For their authors, the literary challenge is to win over the human reader by identifying with and developing empathy for the dog, horse, or etc.

To what degree the author accomplishes this is the litmus test as to how successful and enduring the story or novel will be. Free download or read online Smoky the Cow Horse pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Will James.

The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.

The main characters of this animals, horses story are Clint the cow puncher,/5. Even as a grown-up it took me a while to be sure that The Cougar was a new name for Smoky. With only 70 pages left in the book it seemed an odd time to introduce a new horse character - but as smart as we've been told that Smoky is, it seems like he would've found his way back home instead of.

James wrote and illustrated Smoky the Cow Horse, his most famous and most successful book, inand it was immediately so popular that it was reprinted ten more times between its September release and cowboy-author had twenty-seven of his self-illustrated books published during the Great Depression and almost all of them became bestsellers.

In language that truly evokes the Wild West, Smoky the Cowhorse brings to life one horse's story, from his birth on the open range through his "breaking" to Smoky's "other" lives as an outlaw rodeo star and saddle horse.

A Newbery Medal Book. 40 illustrations. First published inSmoky, the Cowhorse is for anyone who loves horses the way Will James did. As James writes in the preface, "Smoky is just a horse, but all horse, and that I think is enough said."5/5(1). Clint and Smoky come to an understanding and while Smoky frequently bucks, and bucks so strongly that no other man can ride him, Clint likes the horse’s feistiness.

Smoky also has uncanny cow skills and quickly proves invaluable to Clint and the Rocking R. Smoky the Cowhorse book. Smoky knows only one way of life: freedom. Living on the open range, he is free to go where he wants and to do what he wants. And he knows what he has to do to survive.

He can beat any enemy, whether it be a rattlesnake or a hungry wolf. He is as much a part of the Wild West as it is of him, and Smoky can't imagine anything else. Winner of the Newbery Medal, this children's novel about a mouse-colored cow-horse named Smoky has been favorably compared to that classic (and pioneering) pony story, Black Beauty, and I think the pairing is rather books follow the same basic narrative trajectory, beginning with a horse whose owners are responsible and kind, following him through his early years of prosperity /5(21).

Clint Barkley (MacMurray) first sees Smoky as a runaway, and drives him back to the ranch where he meets the owner, Julie Richards (Anne Baxter). He is. "Smoky" wouldn't have fitted the colt as a name just then on account he was jet black, but that name wasn't attached onto him till he was a four-year-old, which was when he first started being useful as a saddle horse.

He didn't see the first light of day. This week we come to the 6 th Newbery Winner from Smoky the Cowhorse by Will James. It reminded me of a mix between Black Beauty set in the American West and a Nature Channel special about a plains horse narrated by a Cowboy. It chronicles the life of the semi-wild horse Smoky from his first steps until the very end of his life.

Spelling of title. The title of the book is Smoky the Cowhorse, not Smoky the Cow Horse. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Collywolly (talk • contribs)15 January (UTC). Movie. I read this Will James book as a small child in the 60's, and I remembered the title simply to be Smokey however I may have forgotten but being a horse lover I never forgot the story.

Preview of Smoky the Cow Horse Summary. Smoky the Cow Horse was one of the earliest winners of the Newbery Medal. It garnered the high praise of the National Education Association, the New York Times Book Review, and the New York Herald Tribune, and it has long been a popular book among both adults and younger readers.

Directed by George Sherman. With Fess Parker, Diana Hyland, Katy Jurado, Hoyt Axton. The story of the indestructible bond between a cowboy and a wild stallion/10(). Smoky. The Smoky mold was introduced in and is named for the main equine character in the book Smoky the Cow Horse by Will James.

It has the round "Breyer Molding Co." mold stamp, and some may also have the "B" stamp. Like its namesake, the mold also has a Rocking R brand on the near shoulder. Smoky: the cow horse. [Will James] -- The experiences of a mouse-colored horse from his birth on the range, through his capture by humans and his work in the rodeo and on.

In language that truly evokes the Wild West, Smoky the Cowhorse brings to life one horse's story, from his birth on the open range through his "breaking" to Smoky's "other" lives as an outlaw rodeo A Newbery Medal Book. 40 illustrations.

Smoky the Cowhorse is a novel by Will James that was the winner of the Newbery Medal. The story details the life of a horse in the western United States from his birth to his eventual decline.

Smoky is born in the wild, but is captured and trained by a cowboy named Edition: First Edition Fifth Printing. Smoky starts out as a wild horse whose personality traits will be determined by the training he receives. He is carefully trained to be a top-notch cow horse, but he becomes both a killer and the meanest bucking horse on the rodeo circuit after a horse thief abuses him.

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Smoky, the cow horse by Will James; 23 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Horses, Legends, Newbery Medal, Juvenile fiction, Fiction, Folklore, Western. Write an essay comparing the depiction of the horse in Lone Cowboy to the portrayal of Smoky in the novel.

Critic Stanley Walker says of Smoky, " Will James, the cowboy-artist-writer, has done. Smoky the Cow Horse. (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, ). Small quarto, original black cloth gilt, mounted cover illustration, pictorial endpapers, original gift box. $ Later illustrated edition of James’ most famous book, with color illustrated title page and 14 full-page plates of.

There's one predator he can't beat -- man. But Smoky quickly realizes that Clint, a good natured cowboy, is his friend, who helps him to become the best cow horse in the Western territory. Then Smoky's contented life on the range ends suddenly. He is stolen by a ruthless outlaw who tries to break Smoky's spirit with cruelty.

Smoky's strong will. The sale of several short stories and books followed, enabling him and his wife to buy a small ranch in Washoe Valley, Nevada, where he wrote his most famous book, Smoky the Cowhorse. It was published in and won the Newbery Medal for children's literature in Followers:   This story follows Smoky through his early years on the range, where he runs into all kinds of wild critters, to his training to become a true cow horse.

Later, Smoky is stolen and sold. He works in a rodeo and as a rental horse in a tourist town, and, like Black Beauty, drops lower and lower in the ranks of horses through age and mistreatment.Download Smoky: The Cow Horse by James, Will published by Holiday House Hardcover and read Smoky: The Cow Horse by James, Will published by Holiday House Hardcover online books in format PDF.

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