In true Schaefer fashion, Stubby Pringle delights readers and fills our hearts with the magic and spirit of Christmas.
Originally published in 1963, Monte Walsh continues to delight readers as a Western classic and popular favorite.
“An elegiac account of one man who followed ‘his own peculiar trail’ out of the Civil War, and the crippled, unrecorded company that went with him.”— Kirkus Reviews
The classic Western short stories in this Jack Schaefer collection explore the changing and often challenging truths found throughout the American West.
Subjects: Short Stories
“Unabashedly sentimental, this has some stunning scenes and a rhythm as smooth as a slow canter. And Old Jake, symbol of the best of the old West, leaves some indestructible memories.”— Kirkus Reviews
In Shane, Schaefer executes a perfect Western narrative while exploring the overarching themes of virtue, the human condition, and a man’s search for self.
In these memorable narratives Schaefer depicts the unique conflicts of settler life and captures the spirit of the resolute, willful, determined, and broken characters found on the Western frontier.
First Blood, Schaefer’s follow-up to Shane, tells the tale of Jess Harker, a young stagecoach driver finding his way in this coming-of-age story.
Published throughout the early 1950s, these stories have captured our hearts and imaginations as true classics in Western fiction and will continue to do so time and time again.
Awarded a 1961 Newbery Honor, Old Ramon tells the timeless coming-of-age story of a young boy who spends a summer with an old shepherd in the Mojave Desert.
Subjects: FictionYoung Adult