WHITEY AND THE BLIZZARD by Glen Rounds
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WHITEY AND THE BLIZZARD

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More about the rugged young cowboy (the last was Whitey and the Rustlers)- who this time struggles two miles home in a snow storm, takes two days to do it and rescues a family on the way. Although brought about by the folly of his desire to fetch his new pair of spurs from the distant mail box, Whitey's journey home is a wise one- he follows the fence, traces a jack rabbit trail, marks his spot by some old boards on Owl's Nest Tree, produces some rabbit meat for the lost MacPhersons. There is a nice rise and fall to this blizzard, a rich reward in the warm kitchen, lots of wind, and shivering in the author's drawings.

Pub Date: April 15th, 1952
Publisher: Holiday House