Disclaimer; I received this book for free in exchange for my review and my honest opinion, I have not been compensated in any other way.
I have a new book to introduce to you , this is a very cool book. Let you little ones enjoy the magic. I hope you and your child enjoy this wonderful book as much as my Grandkids are. It is so important for our children to have the knowledge that books can give them, it is very important for them to learn as much as they can from books!
When I was growing up , we read books all the time but sadly books have been replaced with TV, video games , online games and of course all kids of other things that I feel are not healthy for our kids. That is why I am so excited to introduce you to Rowdy Randy.
Rugged action. Daring stunts. Spectacular showmanship! Rowdy Randy is back, and this time instead of aggravating all the creatures in her path, she’s rounding them up to put on her very own Wild West Show.
From rope stunts to high jumps, and aerial tricks to climbing competitions, this cowgirl’s show has got it all. But there is one unwanted character lurking in the shadows who is ready to take credit for it all.
If your children like animals, they will delight in The Rowdy Randy Wild West Show. Casey Rislov uses animals from the west to showcase the unique abilities of the different animals. This story is illustrated by Zachary Pullen and is presented as the precursor to Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.”
Kids receive a vivid tale that is both entertaining and holds subliminal messages about positivity, leadership, and achievement. I’m most excited about is that the Jackalope character gets a name. You want me to tell you the Jackalopes name, sorry my friends, you have to read the book.
This book is delightful and charming. The style will draw in both young and old audiences. The story follows Rowdy Randy, a daring horsefly in the wild west, as she prepares for and performs in a Wild West Show, fantastic book.
About the Author
Casey Day Rislov has been to many rodeos with her family and watched her two sons, her own daring duo, compete in activities at the local Wyoming rodeo. Casey loves bringing the wild west to schools during her popular author visits where the students get rowdy with Randy, hollering “yeehaw!” during the bucking horned lizard scene in Rowdy Randy, the first book in the Rowdy Randy series. Find all of Casey’s books at caseyrislovbooks.com
Zachary Pullen’s picture-book illustrations have won awards and garnered star reviews. He has been honored several times with the acceptance into the prestigious Society of Illustrators juried shows and the Communication Arts: Illustration Annual, best in current illustration. Zak lives under the big blue skies of Wyoming with his wife Renate and their son Hudson. See more of his work at zacharypullen.com