Mardi Gras Almost Didn't Come This Year

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By
Kathy Z. Price, Carl Joe Williams (Illustrated by)
This vibrant and moving story shows a family struggling to rebuild their home and their spirits following Hurricane Katrina. A young brother and sister aren’t sure how their displaced family can move on until one very special Mardi Gras gives them and their parents new hope and belief in a beautiful future.
In this gorgeous and lyrical picture book, a family finds hope and healing in a Mardi Gras celebration after Hurricane Katrina changed their world.

That zany beat in our feet is ‘cause of Pop-Pop, our pa. He sure loved himself some Mardi Gras! “It’s Mardi Gras weather!” he’d shout out whenever, blaring his horn, tilting it high. Mamma’d laugh ‘til she cried. Hands on hips, she’d sashay barefoot, fancy-dancy of the ball.

But Pop-Pop hasn’t played his horn, not since the storm.
Hardcover Picture Book
Juvenile Fiction / Science & Nature / Disasters
Ages 4 to 8
8.5 in H | 12 in W | 0.8 in T | 1.3 lb Wt

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