Buck Owens Children’s Book

Freight Train Running: A Biography of Buck Owens

From humble beginnings in the farm and oil fields up through the ranks of country music, Buck Owens realized his life’s goal of becoming a country music singer. Buck’s journey began with an uprooted family traveling to California and ended with him becoming the megawatt country music star. This marvelous picture book, designed for primary-school aged students, will entertain and inform not only children of all ages, but country music fans and believers in the American Dream as well.

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