Tenth Avenue Cowboy
Ben has always dreamed of becoming a cowboy. But when he and his family move from the West to New York City, they have to give up their ranch and their horses.
In the city Ben feels lonely and homesick for the ranch. But then one day he discovers the Tenth Avenue Cowboys, who ride their horses through the city to warn of approaching trains. He can hardly believe that there are cowboys in the city!
Brought to life by dramatic illustrations, this historically based tale reveals how one boy's dream helps him accept his new home.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - matthewbloome - LibraryThing
This is an interesting story. I didn't know about the 10th street cowboys, but I can see how that makes sense that they existed. When I read a story like this one, I wonder how many other great stories are never told. I really enjoyed it. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - macfly_17 - LibraryThing
This was the story about a boy and his family who moved to New York City from the Wild West. At first the boy is very lonely and misses his home terribly, but then he discovers that there are cowboys in the city too. This makes him very happy because that is what he wants to be. Read full review