Rawhide Rhymes by S. Omar Barker

Copyright 1968
Checked out 7 times in 42 years
Last checked out 8 years ago

Well, the circulation hardly warrants it, but I’m going to recommend keeping this book on the shelf. It seems to me that a library in a town with a cowboy church ought to have a book of genuine cowboy poetry on the shelves and this is the real McCoy. It’s full of rhyming poetry and colorful language, much of which tells a story or offers an opinion on range life. Anyone who enjoys horses will enjoy the poems in this book. Let 20 years without attention pass before giving this one up.


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