Book No. 7
DARK GATOR: VILLAIN OF THE ATCHAFALAYA
Behind every good guy is a bad guy. So I needed to create a villain for Crawfish-Man to battle...back in 1980.In the process of developing this character I also ended up with Fat Pa-tot, Cypress Castle and an army of furry alligators with wings. For years, Dark Gator and Fat Pa-tot t-shirts sold like hot cakes. Some people just love the bad guys! Unable to rule the swamp without problems, our Louisiana Swamp Witch must use her magic to create the ultimate nemesis: Dark Gator. 41 pages, illustrated. ISBN: 0-931108-06-3
Book No. 9
CRAWFISH-MAN'S 50 WAYS TO KEEP FROM USING DRUGS
I took the time to do this book because of concern for my own kids. I could not bear to wake up one day to learn that the kid two blocks away had been on drugs and then the kid two doors down, and finally waiting until the Dark Cloud of Drugs decided to move in my household. In time, Crawfish-Man became known as the International Symbol of Drug Prevention. I once took Crawfish-Man's cape to Europe and showed it to students who lined up to touch it because they knew... that
"ANYONE WHO TOUCHES CRAWFISH-MAN'S CAPE WILL NEVER USE DRUGS!
46 pages, illustrated.ISBN: 0-931108-08-x
Book No. 8
SANTA'S CAJUN CHRISTMAS ADVENTURE
After the success of the first seven books my friends begged me to write a book in Cajun dialect which became the best selling book of my series. 44 pages, illustrated.ISBN: 0-931108-07-1
"Dis book is dedication to all you Yankees dat laff at duh way we t'ok.
Maye, ya'll sound' funnie to us."
"Maye, sha, let me tell you dat 'Cause Ah was dare
Ha' Santa 'mos pass Christmas in his unda'ware."
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January 2012 By Louisiana Crawfish-Man & Little Cajun Books