The Good, the Bad, the Two Cookie Kid With Download Pdf version Book
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    The original title of the book: The Good, the Bad, the Two Cookie Kid With Download Pdf version Book
    By: Johnny Cash
    Page 32
    Genre: Other
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    Publisher: Better Place Pub
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    First Edition Hard Cover childrens book with a delightful narration on cassette by "The Man In Black" Johnny Cash The story recounts the western tale of The Two Cookie Kid who steals all of the cookies west of the Rio Grande who is brought to justice by none other than the Man In Black. The narration (with colorful backround music)is followed on cassette by a toe tapping childrens song of the same name featuring Johnny Cash.  


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