Cowboy Charlie: The Story of Charles M. Russell by Jeanette Winter
Young Charles Russell wanted to be a cowboy, so just two weeks shy of his sixteenth birthday, the determined Charlie boarded a train heading to the frontier. There, in 1880, in the land of buffalo, Indians, and open prairie, Charlie found his home. And there he became a painter-but not just any painter. Today Charles M. Russell is considered one of the greatest artists of the American West and one who opened its door to so many.
Author & illustrator
Author: Jeanette Winter
The author is also the illustrator.
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Pony Express National Museum
Preserving the legacy and the legend.
C.M. Russell Museum
Welcome to the C.M. Russell Museum: a place where the old West is still alive. Artist Charles M. Russell captured the landscapes, the spirit, and the culture of the West during the late 1800s and early 1900s. His artwork is part entertainment, part history lesson. We encourage you to explore our site and discover for yourself the life and times of C.M. Russell, and the legacy of art he left behind.
Charles Marion Russell
From Montana Kids' Site. A biography of Charles Marion Russell.
Cowboy Clip Art
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Print Reproductions and Note Cards, Southwestern Art
Why are we featuring this book?
Cowboy Charlie: The Story of Charles M. Russell is a book featured in Five in a Row, a literature-based unit study curriculum. Many families use FIAR for all but the grammar/reading and math, and others use it in conjunction with other resources. Above is information about the author and illustrator, story summaries, and links to lesson plans and websites that are great go-alongs for Cowboy Charlie: The Story of Charles M. Russell. Please note that these resources are meant to complement, not replace, the Five in a Row units. The Five in a Row volumes are inexpensive and well worth the investment.