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Reviewed by Philip Van Heusen for Readers' Favorite
The Old West can teach modern society much about living. Tabitha Fink and the Cowboy Code by Rick Felty teaches young children civility in a fun way. Tabitha is a one-eyed cat who is the sheriff of the town. The town is full of kind people who care for each other. To this nice peaceful town comes Ornery the Outlaw. Many people would just avoid someone who is onery, but Tabitha wants him to feel welcome and to find out why he is ornery. Ornery the Outlaw is ornery because he feels he does not have a friend and never will. The kindness of the townspeople transforms Ornery and he becomes kind and friendly. Read this book to learn how you can use the Cowboy Code to help others learn to be kind and friendly. Learn to focus on joy and not on sadness.
Do you want your child to grow into a kind, gentle, caring soul? Then Tabitha Fink and the Cowboy Code by Rick Felty is the book for your child, which teaches that kindness can be shown in many different ways. This is a great picture book for children with wonderful illustrations and a rhyming style that add to the joy of reading the story. I love the fact that the rhymes are not contrived but flow naturally. As your child grows into adulthood, you will be glad you taught them the Cowboy Code, which teaches them to be kind and friendly, helpful, and that being unique is good. Tabitha Fink and the Cowboy Code has so many wonderful lessons, I highly recommend it for all children.