Best Shot in the West: The Adventures of Nat Love
Chronicle Books, Jan 18, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 129 pages
From acclaimed authors Patricia C. McKissack and Fredrick L. McKissack Jr. comes a thrilling biography of an unforgettable man told in compelling graphic novel form. Born into slavery in 1854, Nat Love, also known as Deadwood Dick, grew up to become the most famous African-American cowboy in the Old West. A contemporary and acquaintance of Bat Masterson and Billy the Kid, Nat was widely known as an expert roper and driver, a crack shot, and a real Wild West character. Featuring lively full-color artwork by Randy DuBurke, Best Shot in the West is an exhilarating mix of high-interest historical fiction and nonstop adventure.
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Review: Best Shot in the West: The Adventures of Nat LoveUser Review - Samantha - Goodreads
I might add that the only thing I don't really like about this book is the pictures. They are a little hard to follow. After a while I sort of got used to it though. They are just really vague(?). I ... Read full review
Review: Best Shot in the West: The Adventures of Nat LoveUser Review - Catherine - Goodreads
Audience: This graphic Novel is a biography of Nat Love; it is a wonderful novel for both boys and girls to read. This is great for those students learning about slavery. I would suggest this novel to ... Read full review
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