Moonlight Madness

Moonlight Madness When Slim brings an orphaned raccoon back to the ranch it s up to Hank to find a way to keep the coon out of trouble The only problem is whenever Hank tries to stop Eddy he s the one who ends up in

  • Title: Moonlight Madness
  • Author: John R. Erickson Gerald L. Holmes
  • ISBN: 9780141303994
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Slim brings an orphaned raccoon back to the ranch, it s up to Hank to find a way to keep the coon out of trouble The only problem is, whenever Hank tries to stop Eddy, he s the one who ends up in hot water

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    1. John R. Erickson Gerald L. Holmes

      John R Erickson, a former cowboy and ranch manager, is gifted with a storyteller s knack for spinning a yarn Through the eyes of Hank the Cowdog, a smelly, smart aleck Head of Ranch Security, Erickson gives readers a glimpse of daily life on a ranch in the West Texas Panhandle This series of books and tapes is in school libraries across the country, has sold than 7.6 million copies, is a Book of the Month Club selection, and is the winner of the 1993 Audie for Outstanding Children s Series from the Audio Publisher s Association Publishers Weekly calls Hank a grassroots publishing phenomena, and USA Today says this is the best family entertainment in years Hank the Cowdog made his debut in the pages of The Cattleman, a magazine for adults, and when Erickson started getting Dear Hank letters, he knew he was onto something So in 1983, he self published 2,000 copies of The Original Adventures of Hank the Cowdog, and they sold out in 6 weeks When teachers began inviting Erickson to their schools, Hank found his most eager fans Teachers, librarians, and students alike love Hank According to some Texas Library Association surveys, the Hank the Cowdog books are the most popular selections in many libraries children s sections The lively characters make excellent material for reading and writing lessons, and turn even the most reluctant readers into avid Hank fans Erickson was born in Midland, Texas, but by the age of 3, he had moved with his family to Perryton, Texas, where he and his wife live today on their working cattle ranch They have 3 grown children and 4 grandchildren His advice to young writers is, Write about something you know Try to leave your readers better off than they were before.

    162 thoughts on “Moonlight Madness”

    1. I love Hank. John Erickson created a wonderful formula when he started writing the Hank the Cowdog books--but even with a great formula, it's still amazing how many of the books he's been able to write. How is it always funny, even when it's more or less the same story being told again and again? It almost doesn't even make sense to review a particular volume, because if you like Hank, it really doesn't matter which book you pick up; they'll all make you smile. This one, Moonlight Madness, invol [...]


    2. I read pretty much this entire series years ago after I descovered them in my elementary school libary. The plot, and characters are great. Plus these books are extremly funny. I loved this series then and I still love it.


    3. I had a first grader give me this book as something he had read and truly enjoyed. It definitely is an early reader chapter book that deals with Hank the Cow Dog and some of what he does. In this one, he runs into an orphaned raccoon and ends up doing some funny things.


    4. I listened to the audio, and really enjoyed it! Like all Hank the Cowdog books, it was hilarious. The audio is fun to listen to because the author narrates it and does an INCREDIBLE job with all the voices. Amazing talent.


    5. the book was really funny when the racoon played a trick on hank the cowdog and i actually do not not like hank because he is selfish mean and cruel to other dogs especially drover.



    6. Yes, another Hank, but they are ALWAYS just right for lifting my mood. And, in this one, Hank shows uncharacteristic humility! ;)




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