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Hank the Cowdog (Series). John R. Erickson Author Gerald L. Holmes Illustrator ( ). cover image of The Case of the Double Bumblebee Sting. Hank the cowdog by John R. Erickson, , Maverick Books edition, in English. Editorial Reviews. Review. "The best family entertainment in years." -- USA Today. From the # in Children's Action & Adventure Literature; # in General Humorous Fiction; # in Children's eBooks (site Store). Would you like to.
Hank is very protective of Alfred and frequently risks his life to protect him, labeling it every cowdog's duty.
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Alfred first appears in book 2, The Further Adventures of Hank the Cowdog, though he is referred to at that time only as "the baby.
Pete is Sally May's favorite pet and he frequently uses this to his advantage in his petty clashes with Hank. Pete is much more clever than Hank and usually manages to outwit him, although Hank usually perceives the events differently. Many of Hank's adventures are initiated by an embarrassing incident where he has been tricked by Pete. In "The Further Adventures of Hank the Cowdog", Hank's eyes go crossed after staring at a bloody nose he received by attacking a fried egg Pete obtained that was just behind Sally May's garden fence.
In "The Curse of the Incredible Priceless Corncob", the entire story revolves around Hank's over-protectiveness towards a corncob Pete has tricked him into believing is worth a fortune. In "The Case of the Missing Cat" Hank eventually loses patience with Pete and tries to strand him on the plains, but has a change of heart and rescues him from the coyotes Rip and Snort. The two then lament the fact that by saving Pete's life Hank and Pete must be friends and stop fighting each other.
At the end of the adventure, however, the two return to fighting over scraps, suggesting that they both secretly like their antagonistic relationship. Slim Chance: A lazy but loyal cowboy and ranch hand that works for High Loper. It is unclear how long Slim has worked at the ranch, but despite several comments made about wanting to move to a bigger operation, he has never quit.
Slim lives in a rundown shack two miles from ranch headquarters, and maintains a filthy house, frequently leaving old dishes, clothes, food, and livestock magazines lying around and fostering a chronic rodent problem.
He also hates cooking, which results in him maintaining a horrible diet and eating things that would disgust the average reader, like sardine and ketchup sandwiches and boiled turkey necks. Slim loves pranks including placing a smoke bomb in the town's volunteer fire department truck and tricking Loper into believing there was a fire causing him to start the truck and set it off.
Although Slim loves to play pranks on Hank and poke fun at him, it is clear he has an affinity for both him and Drover, frequently asking them to come along with him on odd jobs. The first audio-only book, The Homeless Pooch, establishes that Slim is Hank's owner; however, in other books in the series Hank and Drover are said to be Loper's dogs, or even Alfred's.
Wallace and Junior: Two buzzards that Hank sometimes encounters. Wallace, an old buzzard and father to Junior, is very harsh and abrasive, not easily getting along with most of the other characters of the series.
He is also relatively single-minded, judging most things mainly on their usefulness as a food source. He doesn't seem to like Hank much, but sometimes acts decently towards him. Junior, Wallace's slow and clumsy son, is more timid than his father and has a stuttering problem.
He loves his father but often makes Wallace angry by being cowardly, being friendly towards other animals who Wallace says they should rather think about eating , and generally being bad at being a buzzard. Wallace also loathes Junior's love of singing.
Rip and Snort: Two coyote brothers who have a grudge against Hank. However, they are enemies in most of other books.
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They are vicious and strong, but not very smart, and Hank manages to escape from sticky situations involving them by tricking them.
They call Hank "Hunk. He is the brother of Missy Coyote, to which Hank was once promised in marriage. Number of pages You'll be next in line. Download ebook for print-disabled Prefer the physical book?
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History Created July 14, 3 revisions Download catalog record: Wikipedia citation Close. May 17, Edited by Shelia Chamberlin. Hank is sure he can win Beulah's heart - but first he'll need the help of a powerful aphrodisiac. Meer lezen Minder lezen. Productbeschrijving Productbeschrijving Heading into the wild outback, Hank goes in search of his true love, the charming Miss Beulah.
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He also seems to be oblivious to Hank's malice towards him. Terug naar boven. Nuttigste klantenrecensies op site. Hank refers to him as his assistant, or as a "little mutt" when Hank is angry with him.
He is constantly trying to impress her, which usually results in his making a fool of himself instead. He doesn't seem to like Hank much, but sometimes acts decently towards him.
In "Murder in the Middle Pasture" when Sally May is giving Slim a lecture on how he will understand the importance of social events when he is married, Loper mouths the words "no you won't" behind her back.
Places West U. All are very funny.