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A former educator, Carl Watson has taught Language Art classes in both elementary and junior high environments. A published author, his work has appeared in both adult and children’s magazines. He is a graduate of North Texas State University and Texas Wesleyan University (ME). After being instrumental in writing a Leadership Training manual for the Boy Scouts of America, he assisted in writing a syllabus for Social Studies in the Fort Worth Public School System. The Fort Worth National Bank awarded him a fellowship to continue his studies in creative writing. His work has appeared in several children’s magazines and in church school stories for the Methodist Publishing House, Child Life, and in True West Magazine.
Published by Argus Publishing
Kid Clay, a historical, western, adventure novel for middle graders based on his grandfather’s (Henry Carleton Clay) memoirs in which he describes his experiences as a teen cowboy during the time of the National Cattle Trail from 1880 to 1887.
All young boys dream about being a cowboy, driving herds of cattle across the prairies, and chasing Indians. Henry Clay (Kid Clay), the fifteen-year-old son of a Kentucky judge, is no different, but he gets a lot more than he bargained for… typhoid, rustlers, stampedes, Buffalo Bill, and bank robbers.
Kid Clay has the determination and bravery he needs to survive, but as he makes his way along the trail, he discovers that the West is beginning to change. That’s when he makes a momentous decision that will affect the rest of his life.
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