Hank is the proud owner of three precious steak bones and protects his fortune by burying them in Sally May's garden. Shortly after meeting Dog Pound Ralph, Hank returns to the garden...The bones are gone! He finds an empty vienna sausage can in each hole. A night-stalking bone monster is loose on the ranch!
There are three songs: Drover's Wake-up Song" and "I'd Like To Be Your Pal," which Hank sings to Miss Scamper.
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The Case of the Night-Stalking Bone Monster (Hank the Cowdog Series #27) based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I am 12 years old (soon to be 13), and many people may say that I am too old for Hank the Cowdog. However, ever since I picked one up when I was six, (Number 40 to be exact) I can't stop wanting to go back for more into this wonderus series. After I read a long and tiring book, I usually settle down and read several Hanks for good laughs. I have read each book several times, and I thank John R. Erickson for creating the cast of hilarious characters that are in this book. This book, even though it might seem scary for young readers at a first look at the cover, actually is not scary at all and provides an interesting twist at the end. Whatever the age, if you have any sense of good humor you will enjoy Hank.