Fed with buckets
Herded with dogs
Caught with ropes
Protected with fences
Side of a cliff
Top of a mountain
Trail through a forest
Channel for water
To persuade the reader to take up roping
To give information about how to use a lasso
To introduce her as a character in the story
To tell the reader about the dangers of an arroyo
A basket full
The usual type
A large amount
A little bit
Lasso a vulture.
Find a talking horned toad.
Get her hat.
Practice riding her horse.
To explain animal life in the desert
To entertain us with a funny story
To persuade readers to go to the desert
To show why Reba Jo does not like horned toads
The vulture flew away.
Reba Jo lost her hat in the well.
Reba Jo made a promise.
A prairie storm blew in.
Reba Jo slammed the door.
Reba Jo lost her hat.
Reba Jo gave the horned toad her chili.
Reba Jo liked to lasso cacti in the hot sun.
She wanted to get her hat from the well.
She had an idea that he might really be a prince.
She wanted him to do more things for her.
She was under the spell of a spirit in the arroyo.
To sing a song to him
To feed him some chili
To let him sleep in her hat
To give him a kiss
At the end of the story
Many years before the story began
While he and Reba Jo were at the well
Before he came to this country
Respect your parents.
Keep your promises.
Always try your best.
Mind your business.