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The Legend of Papa Noel: A Cajun Christmas Story (Myths, Legends, Fairy and Folktales) Best Read || [Terri Hoover Dunham Laura Knorr]
Jun 17, 2021 - 01:34 AM By Terri Hoover Dunham Laura Knorr

Around the world Santa Claus has many names But in a deep, swampy bayou of Louisiana, he s known as Papa No l In such a hot and humid place, there can be no sleds or reindeer, so Papa No l rides the river in a boat that s pulled by eight alligators, with a snowy white one named Nicollette in the lead On this particular Christmas Eve, it s so foggy on the river that evenAround the world Santa Claus has many names But in a deep, swampy bayou of Louisiana, he s known as Papa No l In such a hot and humid place, there can be no sleds or reindeer, so Papa No l rides the river in a boat that s pulled by eight alligators, with a snowy white one named Nicollette in the lead On this particular Christmas Eve, it s so foggy on the river that even Nicollette s magical glowing green eyes may not be enough to guide Papa No l The alligators are tired, grumpy and bruised from banging into cypress trees, and Papa is desperate to get all the gifts to the little children Well, quicker than a snake shimmies down the river, the clever Cajun people come up with a solution that saves the day A colorfully inventive Christmas tale, Papa No l is a lesson in fast thinking, as well as a witty introduction to a part of America that s rich in folklore and legend.
  • Title: The Legend of Papa Noel: A Cajun Christmas Story (Myths, Legends, Fairy and Folktales)
  • Author: Terri Hoover Dunham Laura Knorr
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Amara Jun 17, 2021 - 01:34 AM
Cute I have this in hardback and in Kindle, but returned the Kindle version because it is messed up in the formatting Petit Papa Noel rides in a pirogue with alligators pulling it, and an albino alligator with red eyes leading the way through the foggy bayou.Dem Cajuns is smart.youtube watch v WQush
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Melissa Jun 17, 2021 - 01:34 AM
Mel s review I read this as a child and loved it then and I still love it as an adult I will share it my children.
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Pamela Bebdon Jun 17, 2021 - 01:34 AM
Travel to A Special ChristmasI have loved this story since I first started reading it to my children and then hundreds of students Enjoy the twist on a favorite Christmas legend.
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The Legend of Papa Noel: A Cajun Christmas Story (Myths, Legends, Fairy and Folktales) By Terri Hoover Dunham Laura Knorr Around the world Santa Claus has many names But in a deep, swampy bayou of Louisiana, he s known as Papa No l In such a hot and humid place, there can be no sleds or reindeer, so Papa No l rides the river in a boat that s pulled by eight alligators, with a snowy white one named Nicollette in the lead On this particular Christmas Eve, it s so foggy on the river that evenAround the world Santa Claus has many names But in a deep, swampy bayou of Louisiana, he s known as Papa No l In such a hot and humid place, there can be no sleds or reindeer, so Papa No l rides the river in a boat that s pulled by eight alligators, with a snowy white one named Nicollette in the lead On this particular Christmas Eve, it s so foggy on the river that even Nicollette s magical glowing green eyes may not be enough to guide Papa No l The alligators are tired, grumpy and bruised from banging into cypress trees, and Papa is desperate to get all the gifts to the little children Well, quicker than a snake shimmies down the river, the clever Cajun people come up with a solution that saves the day A colorfully inventive Christmas tale, Papa No l is a lesson in fast thinking, as well as a witty introduction to a part of America that s rich in folklore and legend.

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