By Charles Berry
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Scout McBride was once born into ranching existence within the West Texas desolate tract open air El Paso. He realized to experience a horse virtually earlier than he may possibly stroll, grew up speaking with animals round the harsh land, and spoke Spanish together with his first buddy, a boy from Mexico. It used to be a tricky surroundings for one so younger and as Scout follows a rugged route to turning into a guy, he understands that to emulate the boys he admires, he needs to continue something in brain: Cowboys don’t cry.
All Leaf desires is to be ready for his destiny. he's getting old and shortly must got down to discover a new domestic and begin his circle of relatives. meanwhile, the kid desperately wishes his father to coach him the talents to outlive open air of the knoll. gray, notwithstanding, has gotten himself right into a undesirable state of affairs and now has his personal difficulties to accommodate.
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Cowboys Don't Cry by Charles Berry