Laura Bannon (1895-1963) was born in Michigan. She attended the Art Institute of Chicago, where she later taught in the children’s art program. She wrote and illustrated over thirty books and won the Children’s Reading Round Table award for her contribution to children’s literature.
Tall tales of the legendary cowboy Pecos Bill—raised by coyotes and able to tame even the wildest bronco—that bring out the fun and adventure of the original folk stories. Includes the original 1930s border-art-inspired color and black-and-white illustrations.