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Buffalo Gal

It's her mother's crazy idea a trip to Texas to save the buffalo Amanda Guthridge just wants to ride horses with her boyfriend Philip and plan her coming out party But suddenly the. Charming historical fiction for young teens Not modern YA rather it reads almost like a teen book from the 1950s In a good way Read for a set in Oklahoma challenge and it was so much fun comparing the geography population then and now OpenLibraryorg

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Y're facing alligators rattlesnakes and stampeding buffalo on the Texas Oklahoma frontier with David Talltree the half Comanche cowboy who thinks she can't even rideSo she challeng. My sister read this and recommended it to me years years ago I think we were in middle school she always found all the good booksI remember the girl s mom was researching buffalo or something and wanted her to go out west with her and the girl didn t want toI remember her saying she should name her horse after the guy in here so she d get some satisfaction out of kicking himOn the trail there was a man in here who made a toothbrush for the girl out of a plant It was cool how the guy in here was native American or half native American I also remember at the end the guys kissed the girl in front of everyone but brought his hat up to cover them This was a good little story I loved the time period and subject matter being out west on the trail riding horses buffalo I remember wishing the author wrote books like this

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Es him to a horse race no holds bared He's handsome arrogant and much too self assured and she's determined to won She expects adventure But she hasn't planned on danger or romance. I remember absolutely loving this book as a kid but it did not hold up As an adult I really don t care for the writing style It feels petulant inauthentic and expositional I m sad to lose a childhood favorite in the harsh light of maturity


10 thoughts on “Buffalo Gal

  1. says:

    I have heard of Bill Wallace and Snot Stew Upchuck and the Rotten Willy and The Biggest Klutz in Fifth Grade I knew he wrote children's stories but I never would have guessed that he was the author of Buffalo Gal It was a charming historical narrative of two teenagers that met during the early 1900s in the American southwest Amanda Guthridge accompanied her mother to Texas Conveniently her father stayed back to run the family newspaper b

  2. says:

    Gosh I love this site I read this eons ago over and over and over again It is Great Its a ligth romance with tons of adventure and nice look

  3. says:

    Charming historical fiction for young teens Not modern YA rather it reads almost like a teen book from the 1950s In a good way Read for a 'set in Oklahoma' challenge and it was so much fun comparing the geography population then and now OpenLibraryorg

  4. says:

    One of my favorite books from childhood in fact just read it the other day and still loved it so a favorite of adulthood also

  5. says:

    My sister read this and recommended it to me years years ago I think we were in middle school she always found all the good booksI remember the girl’s mom was researching buffalo or something and wanted her to go out west with her and the girl didn’t want toI remember her saying she should name her horse after the guy in here so she’d get some satisfaction out of kicking himOn the trail there was a man in here who made a too

  6. says:

    This is such a good story I loved this book not only because the love interest was part Native American but that they wer

  7. says:

    Reread it this year as part of a 2017 bucket list This was one of my favorite books as a kid Still enjoyed it a lot I expected to laugh at it and kind of nostalgically criticize the cheesy writing But I couldn't seem to do it I didn't laugh but I smiled plenty and I almost cried at least once Great book for pr

  8. says:

    I remember absolutely loving this book as a kid but it did not hold up As an adult I really don't care for the writing style It feels petulant inauthentic and expositional I'm sad to lose a childhood favorite in the harsh light of maturity

  9. says:

    I love this book It is the first book with romantic tones I ever really loved and I still sing Buffalo Gal to myself Amanda was such a badass but also kind of soft like me lol Great descriptive scenes and it really describes land that I know and love so well Probably because the author is from my home state in fact from the town

  10. says:

    This was a reread from when I was younger I liked the characters the adventure and the environment created by the author This was an enjoyable read The only negative is the beginning relationship with how the two main characters reacted to each other and always fought I think the mom was one of my favorite characters

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