RUSTY AT RAM'S HORN RANCH by Shannon Garst

RUSTY AT RAM'S HORN RANCH

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Appealing elements -- a mistreated orphan, a misunderstood dog, and a happy ending with the home fires brightly burning --plus solid Western and sheep-raising detail will insure a market for the latest by this popular author. Although he was only twelve, Rusty felt he had to run away from his guardian -- an unscrupulous horse-thieving uncle, and make his own way. Taken in by the kindly Leonards, owners of a sheep ranch, Rusty learns some of the fascinating work which is done on a sheep ranch, proves himself a trustworthy member of the household, clears his dog Pal of charges of sheep killing and is at last adopted by the Leonards.

Pub Date: Aug. 15th, 1951
Publisher: Abingdon-Cokesbury