Pete Cimarron, the wild boy, makes friends with some of the Prairie
People who have settled near the Wild Grass Country.|
When he is accused of stealing cattle, he makes up his mind to find the rustlers. He and his new friends do some smart tracking which leads them to a hidden valley and into a very tight spot.
Published at 2/6: red boards, black lettering spine and front board, Panther Library logo on front board; 125x185mm; 122 numbered pages; b/w frontis and 8 illus; full colour dustwrapper with picture wrapping onto the spine; rear blue with Nelson logo upper centre in white.
Probably at the same time as the hardback, if not before, this book appeared in a 'schools' edition, soft-bound in a canvas-like fabric with a section of questions for the reader following the story.
The cover is in brown and white with a large Panther logo; 138 pages, 122 of story followed by the question section; frontispiece and 8 full page black and white illustrations by Jack harman; back cover lists 3 in the Panther Library, the two Joey books and Pete of the Wild Grass Country; the number 13 is printed on the front cover; there is no cover price.