• The Case of the Saddle House Robbery

  • Hank the Cowdog
  • By: John R. Erickson
  • Narrated by: John R. Erickson
  • Length: 2 hrs and 43 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (73 ratings)

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The Case of the Saddle House Robbery

By: John R. Erickson
Narrated by: John R. Erickson
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Publisher's Summary

Magadaster...Megablaster...Madagascar...Whatever!

There's a new dog on the ranch, and Hank the Cowdog is none too thrilled about it. He's supposed to keep an eye on Jake until his owner shows up, but Jake's got other plans. He has to get to Madagascar before someone makes off with his treasure!

As if Hank doesn't have enough to worry about, there's a saddle thief on the loose. Is Jake in cahoots with the robber? Are there really monkeys under the toolshed?

Rip and Snort sing "The Coyote Howl-Up-The Sun Song", and Hank belts out "I'm Trapped In Madagascar".

Hot dog: Don't miss out on any of Hank the Cowdog's adventures.
©2000 John R. Erickson (P)2000 John R. Erickson

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Totally worth my time and money...

Totally worth my time and money! could not have been a better option for a great book! I LOVE this book so much! will totally recommend and read all of these books! and my whole family read and loved all of these books!!!!

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good book, background music makes it unlistenable

we are big Hank fans... the narrator is very good as well. the "background"music though is persistent through the whole book..(at least the 30 minutes we suffered through it). it doesn't relate to the story, it isn't mixed well, and it over plays the book. don't waste your money until they fix it.

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Fantastic

Wonderful, as always. Another great listen. Highly recommend. The end of this one will have you on the edge of your seat.

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It’s great

This is a really great fun cool 😎 book thank you John r Erickson you are so soo sooo soooooooooooooooooooo great at making books

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Clever! Funny, with excellent characters and song

One of our favorites as a family! There is a saddle thief out there hitting ranches and Hank is warned by Slim to be on the look-out. If only Hank wasn't so gullible!! At the same time, a stray dog becomes a guest on the ranch. However, this stray dog isn't playing with a full deck and thinks he's been marooned on the island of Madagascar and soon so does Drover. Hilarity ensues. Over 15 years, with our various kids we have listened to this one and everyone is always on the edge of their seats toward the end. And they always ask to listen to the song over and over, it is very cleverly written. We wore out the CD and finally had to buy the audible version.

Hank books are a good read but they are a treat to listen to. Over the years, for family vacations, on the to do list, there is always the instruction to "Get a new Hank cd for the road". Even my husband will ask me to pick one out and get it downloaded on his phone so he can listen on his business car trips. That is saying a lot about the quality writing of the Hank stories.