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The White Alligator: A Chance Meeting By Michael Verrett
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A pour quoi story in the tradition of southern folk tales that explains why there are white alligators. The White Alligator is a funny adventure story set in 1800 Louisiana. Part I introduces the... More > protagonist, a raccoon named Boudra, and his chance encounter with a naturalist named John. Boudra tells how Pierre, a pesky alligator, is suspected of eating a popular animal (as long as he ate unpopular animals no one seemed to mind). All the animals decide the time had come for something to be done. However no one had a clue on how to deal with a 14 foot alligator. The alligator problem evolves into a never ending series of noisy night time debates where nothing is accomplished except the interruption the raccoon's sleep. After the alligator unsuccessful attempt to eat Boudra's best friend, the brave raccoon with the help of a few reluctant friends wage a night time battle of comedy and deception to rid the area of the alligator menace. In the process they create a few surprise. 80 colorful illustrations.< Less
The White Alligator (ebook) By Michael Verrett
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A pour quoi story in the tradition of southern folk tales that explains why there are white alligators. The White Alligator is a funny adventure story set in 1800 Louisiana. Part I introduces the... More > protagonist, a raccoon named Boudra, and his chance encounter with a naturalist named John. Boudra tells how Pierre, a pesky alligator, is suspected of eating a popular animal (as long as he ate unpopular animals no one seemed to mind). All the animals decide the time had come for something to be done. However no one had a clue on how to deal with a 14 foot alligator. The alligator problem evolves into a never ending series of noisy night time debates where nothing is accomplished except the interruption the raccoon's sleep. After the alligator unsuccessful attempt to eat Boudra's best friend, the brave raccoon with the help of a few reluctant friends wage a night time battle of comedy and deception to rid the area of the alligator menace. In the process they create a few surprise. 80 colorful illustrations.< Less
The White Alligator By Michael Verrett
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A pour quoi story in the tradition of southern folk tales that explains why there are white alligators. The White Alligator is a funny adventure story set in 1800 Louisiana. Part I introduces the... More > protagonist, a raccoon named Boudra, and his chance encounter with a naturalist named John. Boudra tells how Pierre, a pesky alligator, is suspected of eating a popular animal (as long as he ate unpopular animals no one seemed to mind). All the animals decide the time had come for something to be done. However no one had a clue on how to deal with a 14 foot alligator. The alligator problem evolves into a never ending series of noisy night time debates where nothing is accomplished except the interruption the raccoon's sleep. After the alligator unsuccessful attempt to eat Boudra's best friend, the brave raccoon with the help of a few reluctant friends wage a night time battle of comedy and deception to rid the area of the alligator menace. In the process they create a few surprise. 80 colorful illustrations.< Less
Jean Baptiste Legrand: His French Origins, Louisiana Descendants, and Relatives Around the World By Judy Riffel
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Judy Riffel is a native and life-long resident of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She and her mother, Ann, became interested in genealogy during the United States Bicentennial. In tracing their roots, they... More > discovered that all but one of their ancestors came to Louisiana prior to 1800. The latecomer was Judy’s maternal grandmother’s grandfather, a Frenchman named Jean Baptiste Legrand. Arriving in New Orleans in 1848, he settled on the banks of the Atchafalaya River among the Cajuns of South Louisiana. This is the story of his family, his life, and his descendants. Now a professional genealogist, Judy has authored and edited numerous books and articles on genealogy. Her research, which has spanned five decades, has culminated in this, her first family history book.< Less

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