Read ✓ The Cajun Cornbread Boy By Dianne de Las Casas –

The Cajun Cornbread BoyDianne De Las Casas Mixes Humor, High Spirits, Lively Narration And A Colorful Setting To Bring Alive The Timeless Tale Of The Gingerbread Boy Robert D San Souci, Author Of The Talking Eggs A Folktale From The American South And Little Pierre A Cajun Story From Louisiana Just Enough French Phrases Are Used To Give A Sense Of The Cajun Dialect, Without Making The Story Difficult For Non Cajuns To Read The Appended Recipe And Glossary Are A Nice Touch This Lively Story Will Be Enjoyed By Children Everywhere Gale K Criswell, Retired Children S Services Consultant Of The State Library Of LouisianaRascally Raccoons, Feisty Foxes, And Artful Alligators Aren T The Only Creatures Running Wild In The Bayou With A Peppercorn Nose, A Boudin Mouth, Chili Pepper Eyes, And No Small Amount Of Cayenne Pepper, The Cajun Cornbread Boy Sprints Through The Swamps In Shrimp Boots And A Cast Iron Skillet Hat, Shouting As He Dodges A Number Of Perils Along His Way When The Boy Meets An Alligator Who D Really Like To Have Him For Lunch, One Of Them Is In For A Truly Spicy Surprise In This Flavorful Rendition Of The Classic Gingerbread Man Tale, Award Winning International Storyteller And Folksinger Dianne De Las Casas Presents A Clever Story In True Cajun Style Accompanied By Marita Gentry S Fresh And Fun Illustrations, This Engaging And Beautifully Narrated Folktale Will Be An Unforgettable And Delicious Delight To All Complete With A Glossary Of Cajun Terms And A Cornbread Recipe, This Zesty Story Will Make Mouths Water As It Brings The Flavors Of The Cajun Country To Every Home.

Read ✓ The Cajun Cornbread Boy By Dianne de Las Casas –
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • The Cajun Cornbread Boy
  • Dianne de Las Casas
  • English
  • 06 April 2019
  • 9781589802247

    10 thoughts on “Read ✓ The Cajun Cornbread Boy By Dianne de Las Casas –

  1. says:

    Dianne de Las Casas spin on the gingerbread boy story is set in the Louisiana bayou Instead of gingerbread, the runaway food is a skillet of spicy, cajun cornbread His signature saying is, Run, cher, run, as fast as you can You can t catch me I m full of cayenne The characters chasing after the bread in this version are...

  2. says:

    An old woman had had no children, so one day she baked a cornbread boy and made him special, adding cayenne When he was done she opened the oven and out he hopped and ran away She chased him, as did other characters who wanted to eat him The...

  3. says:

    This picture book was very amusing A take off on the gingerbread boy story, the Cornbread Boy had similar troubles in that various wildlife wanted to eat him He has a secret ingredient though cayenne pepper

  4. says:

    Changed setting and ending, cornbread boy gets away.

  5. says:

    A cute and shorter version of the Gingerbread man story, though the refrain is not as catchy for little ones.

  6. says:

    This spicy twist on the Gingerbread Boy is a lot of fun Down on the Bayou, a little old woman makes a cornbread boy but when she opens the oven he runs away calling Run, chere, run, as fast as you can You can t catch me I m full of cayenne The Cornbread Boy runs past a raccoon Then past a fox who surprisingly does not catch him, until he comes to the water of the bayou An alligator offers to carry the boy across Can you guess what happens next You may be surprised The writing here is filled with nice Louisiana tou...

  7. says:

    We all know the story of the Gingerbread Man, but have you heard about the Cajun Cornbread Boy who suffered a similar fate In this adorably spicy tale, a sweet, old woman living on the bayou cooks herself up a hot and peppery cornbread, but the bread in the pan becomes a real boy and gets up and runs straight out the door, Run, run as fast as you can, You can t catch ...

  8. says:

    This was our final Gingerbread Boy variation I actually really liked this book, minus the shoddy illustrations This was a Cajun version of the story and included some Cajun vocab, which was fun Also som...

  9. says:

    This was an interesting take on the gingerbread boy story I thought it did a good job of blending Cajun elements with the original tale into something different and amusing The illustrations were fun, kids will probably...

  10. says:

    Beautiful and colorful illustrations in this book The story is a version of the Gingerbread Man from Louisiana Instead of a fox, the cornbread gets eaten by an alligator almost but he s too hot with cayenne pepper so the fox spits him out Whew His call is slightly different and there are lots of Ca...

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