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Blood Trail to Kansas by Robert J. Randisi
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Blood Trail to Kansas

by Robert J. Randisi

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Ted Shea thought he was a goner for sure. All the years he'd worked to build his Montana spread and fine herd of prime beef meant nothing if he couldn't sell them. And with a vicious rustler and his gang of cutthroats scaring all the hands, no one was willing to take to the trail. Until Dan Parmalee drifted into town. A gunman and gambler with a taste for long odds, he wasn't about to let a little hot lead part him from some cold cash. But it doesn't take Dan long to realize this isn't just any run. This is a...BLOOD TRAIL TO KANSAS.

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"Apaga la tele, enciende la imaginación. Estudios recientes han revelado que los niñs y las niñas de nuestra sociedad pasan más de tres horas diarias frente al televisor. Los pedagogos advierten que este hábito favorece la obesidad, los problemas de visión y la pasividad en los más pequeños. Qué podemos hacer?" Las propuestas de este libro proporcionan a los niños alternativas a la televisión o a la videoconsola. Estas iniciativas didáticas nos permiten disfrutar de buenos ratos al lado de nuestros hijos, e incluso darles los intrumentos para que se diviertan solos mientras aprenden"--Contraportada.… (more)

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