About the Book
Georgé Porgé ate crab cakes, saw one move, cried, "Heaven's sakes!" When he found out the crab still lived, His plate, he dropped-his face, he hid. Merriment and madness reign as king and queen of Carnival in this playful romp around the Crescent City. Mother Goose takes on Metairie, Mid City, the Mississippi, and more in these delightful twists on classic poems. Rhyme down on the bayou with the Mischievous Nutria and three shrimp in a tub. Cheerful illustrations fill this sweet and silly collection, perfect for Who Dats of all ages.
My Take on the Book
If you have ever visited New Orleans, or have information about this amazing city, this NEW ORLEANS MOTHER GOOSE will assist you to recall all that is special about this beautiful city.
The verses rhyme and some of the topics are: the Mississippi River, the French Market, Old King Rex, gumbo, pecan pie, and of course reference to the Cajun people.
Having visited New Orleans, this book brought back memories of the days of exploring, the foods eaten, and the sights that were specific to this one of a kind southern city.
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