The Oklahoma Kid
Library and School
Roping & Reading
Program
Booking
(405) 413-1985
THE OKLAHOMA KID
booking@heoklahomakid.com

Kid is also related to Will Rogers in his grandmother's generation.

Performance genes, a witty outlook and care for his fellow man have trickled
down through the generations, and he grew up in the center of a
wild west show legacy, he realized the heritage was his to keep alive. From his
relatives, he heard first-hand stories about the likes of Pawnee Bill, Buffalo
Bill and Annie Oakley, and he was always surrounded by original
photographs of wild west performers. He tells the story of Geronimo, who
eventually rode in the parade with the president and shot his last buffalo from
an automobile. Kid tells stories of Geronimo and how they worked together to put
together a Wild West Show. Then there's the story of Annie Oakley, a trick shooter
who was
the first woman to win a competition against men, hitting an unheard of 4,900
targets out of 5,000 in day. The Kid also recalls stories of the 101 Ranch in
Ponca City, once the largest ranch in the United States, where he was raised.
Kids Educational Program leaves Children Motivated to Read More.
We guarantee that every child will leave with memories that they never will forget
of the Wild West and Will Rogers and Trick Roping.

After each performance and Kid hands out ropes and gives roping
lessons to whoever will give it a spin.
Land Rush by Arcadia Books. He
the Stories of the Wild West Show
of the late 1800s. Arcadia is
dedicated to producing historical
The Oklahoma Kid is a series of
books that can be sold worldwide.
The books are found at Barns and
Noble and Borders books stores.
Teaching the history of the Wild West as well as trick roping.
Contact (405) 465-0022
Click Here to E-Mail Kid
booking@theoklahomakid.com

Be sure to look at Oklahoma Kid Home Page it is very interesting
HOME PAGE

KID IS A HISTORIAN THAT IS INVOLVED IN PUBLICATIONS BY ARCADIA BOOKS
AND OTHER ASSOCIATIONS LIKE THE DISCOVERY CHANEL, HISTORY CHANEL,
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, OKLAHOMA HISTORY SOCIETY, DISCOVER
OKLAHOMA AND OKLAHOMA TODAY, TRAVEL NET, AMERICAN LIBRARY
ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS, AMERICAN
HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION, WORLD HISTORY ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL
EDUCATION ASSOCIATION.