The Cowgirl Way: Hats Off to America's Women of the West by Holly George-WarrenThe Cowgirl Way: Hats Off to America's Women of the West by Holly George-Warren

The Cowgirl Way: Hats Off to America's Women of the West

byHolly George-Warren

Paperback | April 14, 2015

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Holly George-Warren is an award-winning writer, editor, producer, and music consultant. She has contributed to more than two dozen books about rock-and-roll, including The New Rolling Stone Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll . She's also written for the New York Times, the Village Voice, and the Journal of Country Music. Ms. George-...
Title:The Cowgirl Way: Hats Off to America's Women of the WestFormat:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 9 × 7.5 × 0.34 inPublished:April 14, 2015Publisher:Houghton Mifflin HarcourtLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0544455959

ISBN - 13:9780544455955


Editorial Reviews

There are plenty of books about cowboys. Now it's the ladies' turn. . . . This offers a refreshing slant on the West and its women. Best of all are the many, many wonderfully reproduced photographs, posters, and even paper dolls that chronicle the history in this handsomely designed book." - Booklist "With ample dynamic photos and lively quotes throughout, George-Warren presents a thoroughly absorbing overview of the history of cowgirls up to the present." - School Library Journal "Thoroughly researched and filled with interesting facts, photographs and full-color art, the book shines in its ability to highlight a neglected story in American history. . . . George-Warren tells their stories in colorful, fascinating detail. This book would make an excellent addition to a unit on the American West or a celebration of Women's History Month." - VOYA "For horse-loving girls, this unique title meets a need they may not have known they had and might spur them on to cowgirl careers of their own." - Horn Book "