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Runaway Beignet, The by Connie Morgan https://www.amazon.com/dp/1455619124/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_x_QLLdybJHE99H3

Runaway Beignet, The by Connie Morgan https://www.amazon.com/dp/1455619124/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_x_QLLdybJHE99H3

Cajun Night After Christmas (The Night Before Christmas Series). Drifting down the bayou the night after Christmas, Boudreau discovers a fat alligator named Pierre, whom he takes home as a pet. The Boudreau children give Pierre their full attention, much to Pierre s dismay, but in the end, it s a very happy Cajun night after Christmas all through the year!. Price: $14.84

Cajun Night After Christmas (The Night Before Christmas Series). Drifting down the bayou the night after Christmas, Boudreau discovers a fat alligator named Pierre, whom he takes home as a pet. The Boudreau children give Pierre their full attention, much to Pierre s dismay, but in the end, it s a very happy Cajun night after Christmas all through the year!. Price: $14.84

The latest from popular New Orleans author Cornell Landry and illustrator Sean Gautreaux.

The latest from popular New Orleans author Cornell Landry and illustrator Sean Gautreaux.

9. All the beautiful sights of our fair state in one map!

9 Maps of Louisiana That Are Just Too Perfect (and Hilarious!)

The Runaway Wok - Chinese New Year and patterns | The Logonauts    This rhyming wok has a few tricks up its, err, sleeve in this Chinese New Years tale.

The Runaway Wok - Chinese New Year and patterns

The Runaway Wok - Chinese New Year and patterns | The Logonauts This rhyming wok has a few tricks up its, err, sleeve in this Chinese New Years tale.

Around the world Santa Claus has many names. But in a deep, swampy bayou of Louisiana, he's known as Papa Noel. In such a hot and humid place, there can be no sleds or reindeer, so Papa Noel rides the

The Legend of Papa Noel: A Cajun Christmas Story (Hardcover)

Around the world Santa Claus has many names. But in a deep, swampy bayou of Louisiana, he's known as Papa Noel. In such a hot and humid place, there can be no sleds or reindeer, so Papa Noel rides the

I was fortunate to hear the author tell this wonderful story.  A fun must read to kids.

I was fortunate to hear the author tell this wonderful story. A fun must read to kids.

Little Pierre: A Cajun Story from Louisiana   Robert D. San Souci (Author), David Catrow (Illustrator)

Little Pierre: A Cajun Story from Louisiana Robert D. San Souci (Author), David Catrow (Illustrator)

What the Sleepy Animals Do at the Audubon Zoo

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This is one of my favorite children's books ever! The book chronicles the adventure of a Cajun girl who has a lot of spunk.

This is one of my favorite children's books ever! The book chronicles the adventure of a Cajun girl who has a lot of spunk.

http://cookingwithelise.com/claudes-cajun-coleslaw/ This delicious coleslaw was inspired by Mike Artell's children's book, The Three Little Cajun Pigs! Minus the mayo this slaw is figure friendly and can be left out for sometime.

http://cookingwithelise.com/claudes-cajun-coleslaw/ This delicious coleslaw was inspired by Mike Artell's children's book, The Three Little Cajun Pigs! Minus the mayo this slaw is figure friendly and can be left out for sometime.

Cendrillon: A Cajun Cinderella ~ written by Sheila Hebert Collins; illustrated by Patrick Soper . . . EXCERPT - "Once upon a time there lived a fine gentleman who had a beautiful home on St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans. He had one child, a daughter." . . . in this rendition, every unmarried girl in New Orleans is invited to attend "the biggest Mardi Gras ball in the city" . . . this story is full of French vocabulary

Cendrillon: A Cajun Cinderella ~ written by Sheila Hebert Collins; illustrated by Patrick Soper . . . EXCERPT - "Once upon a time there lived a fine gentleman who had a beautiful home on St. Charles Avenue in New Orleans. He had one child, a daughter." . . . in this rendition, every unmarried girl in New Orleans is invited to attend "the biggest Mardi Gras ball in the city" . . . this story is full of French vocabulary