Still another boy hits the cattle trail in the old west. Having joined up with an ""outfit"" in which appear all the usual...

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TONY GAY ON THE LONGHORN TRAIL

Still another boy hits the cattle trail in the old west. Having joined up with an ""outfit"" in which appear all the usual assortment of cowboys, the good natured cook, the hard-bitten but really good-hearted trail boss, and so on. Tony determines to make good and proves himself a reliable hand despite his youth. Stampeding cattle, narrow escapes at dangerous river crossings, a couple of tough hombres, stories and songs around the campfire on peaceful evenings make familiar reading to the boys who have read a few western cattle trail stories. The illustrations by the author are as mediocre as the story itself. The author is always there between reader and characters. With the superior western stories this season, this could be by-passed unless you must have yet another.

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Publisher: McKay

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1949