Way Out West Lives A Coyote Named Frank

Paperback | July 1, 1997

byJillian Lund

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Whether he's hanging out with his friends, chasing rabbits, mixing it up with a Gila monster, or pondering the setting sun, Frank is one cool coyote. "Big, bold illustrations alive with glowing pastels . . . a visual feast of cavorting coyotes, skeptical scorpions and tormented tortoises".--"The Horn Book".

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Whether he's hanging out with his friends, chasing rabbits, mixing it up with a Gila monster, or pondering the setting sun, Frank is one cool coyote. "Big, bold illustrations alive with glowing pastels . . . a visual feast of cavorting coyotes, skeptical scorpions and tormented tortoises".--"The Horn Book"

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Whether he's hanging out with his friends, chasing rabbits, mixing it up with a Gila monster, or pondering the setting sun, Frank is one cool coyote. "Big, bold illustrations alive with glowing pastels . . . a visual feast of cavorting coyotes, skeptical scorpions and tormented tortoises".--"The Horn Book".

Jillian Lund grew up in Kailua, on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. She has studied art and design at the Honolulu Academy of Art. Currently, she lives way out west in Denver, Colorado, where she works as a painter, illustrator and graphic designer.

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Format:PaperbackPublished:July 1, 1997Publisher:Penguin Young Readers Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:014056232X

ISBN - 13:9780140562323

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Whether he's hanging out with his friends, chasing rabbits, mixing it up with a Gila monster, or pondering the setting sun, Frank is one cool coyote. "Big, bold illustrations alive with glowing pastels . . . a visual feast of cavorting coyotes, skeptical scorpions and tormented tortoises".--"The Horn Book"