The case of the secret weapon
Erickson, John R., 1943-

The case of the secret weapon

Erickson, John R., 1943-


Publication Information
New York : Puffin Books, c2010.

Physical Description
125 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.

A bed has one foot but no legs -- Morning at Slim's shack -- Slim sits on the porch in his shorts -- The robber -- Slim goes to the picnic -- A mysterious visitor -- The secret weapon -- False alarm -- Kangaroos are marsh soup eels -- Terrible damage to my nose -- My wicked plan for Plato's future -- A very dramatic ending, wow!

"There's a burglar on the loose, and he's robbing houses with the help of a super-sneaky, super-stinky, secret weapon. As Head of Security, Hank knows it's his job to protect the ranch and all the buildings on it. So when a suspicious character comes sniffing around Slim's bachelor shack, Hank heads right into action. But does Hank have what it takes to save the day--even after getting caught in the spray of some very unsavory artillery?"--From publisher description.

Program Information
Accelerated Reader AR MG 4.4 3.0 136599.

Subject Term
Hank the Cowdog (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction.
Dogs -- Juvenile fiction.
Skunks -- Juvenile fiction.
Ranch life -- Texas -- Juvenile fiction.

Geographic Term
Texas -- Juvenile fiction.

Added Author
Holmes, Gerald L.

Hank the Cowdog ; 55
Hank the Cowdog 55.

Target Audience Note
Ages 8 and up.


Material TypeShelf NumberBarcodeLibraryStatus
BookJ ERIC32530608694806Main JCPLDue 12/13/21