When Cole’s mom dumps him in the mean streets of Philadelphia to live with the dad he’s never met, the last thing Cole expects to see is a horse, let alone a stable full of them. He may not know much about cowboys, but what he knows for sure is that cowboys aren’t black, and they don’t live in the inner city. But in his dad’s ’hood, horses are a way of life, and soon Cole’s days of skipping school and getting in trouble in Detroit have been replaced by shoveling muck and trying not to get stomped on. At first, all Cole can think about is how to ditch these ghetto cowboys and get home. But when the City threatens to shut down the stables— and take away the horse Cole has come to think of as his own— he knows that it’s time to step up and fight back. Inspired by the little-known urban riders of Philly and Brooklyn, this compelling tale of latter -day cowboy justice champions a world where your friends always have your back, especially when the chips are down.
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Didn’t know what to expect when I started reading, but finished it in 2 days. Will pass it along to my young son to read. It was a really good read, opened my eyes to a whole part of black history I never knew anything of. Only heard every now and then about real black cowboys. I will be doing some more looking them up..
This book is super good. Very interesting and hooks the reader well. Very positive too, well done book!
That book was amazing and it touched me 💯👌🏾👊🏾