It's a bird! It's a plane! No, its Louisiana Super-Hereaux Crawfish-Man! World's First Cajun Children's Ebook Series

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World's First Cajun Children's Ebook Series

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Spanish Moss In My Hand, Turn Me Into Crawfish-Man

Out of the way Superman! Enter Louisiana's caped crustacean,a Super-Hereaux who can stop speeding bullets with his steely shell and leap tall cypress trees at a single bound! After two decades of seclusion, somewhere in the deepest swamps of Iberia Parish, the reclusive mysterious Crawfish-Man has once again emerged with his magical original 'Cajun Classic' tales of snakes and turtles and crawfish, oh my!

Lickety split! Crawfish-Man leaps from a pile of Spanish moss with giant claws to snare Dark Gator and a powerful tail to speed across dank swamps to Cypress Castle, home of the big fat Swamp Witch, Fat Patot, supreme ruler of a secret civilization in darkest Atchafalaya.

Shrouded in mystery. The author-illustrator-publisher of one Louisiana'a largest collections of children's books, has rarely been seen in the public eye. He does not allow photos and does not promote his real name. Bruce Wayne or Clark Kent ring any bells? Yet his huge collection of stories with close to 200,000 copies in print catch the magical lilt of Cajun French which has been passed down over two centuries and continue to awe his legions of fans. Last featured in Star Magazine in1987 hidden behind dark sunglasses, he continues to live in a 'secretive creepy-crawly place that time forgot, where outlaws and bootleggers once lurked and poachers wrestled alligators for their skins'.

'Louisiana Crawfish-Man' as he calls himself, a former structural engineer turned salesman, has made a living for almost two decades building one of the finest Cajun Food companies around. Customers all across America order his 'zero fat' Gumbo, Jambalaya, and Etouffe mixes online and from grocery stores. Heck, he even has a Creole seasoning that 'Knocks You Off Your Feet!" Check out the four free samples at

The plot unfolds. Now this Cajun yarn-spinner has created the World's First Cajun E-Book site for his 17 children's books and Cajun cookbooks. For $5 one can enter the World of Little Cajun Books to discover original bayou country tales sprinkled with the dialect still spoken in the bayou hamlets like Adventures of Crawfish-Man, T-boy In Mossland, Coocan Boy of the Swamp, Dark Gator and Rhombus the Cajun Unicorn. And don't miss Crawfish-Man Rescues Ron Guidry, a remarkable story about the best known hero from South Louisiana, NY Yankee pitcher, Ron Guidry, kidnapped and locked inside the torch of the statue of liberty!

Sightings of Crawfish-Man abound? Regardless if anyone has actually laid eyes on him in years or not, one must concede the mystery surrounding all of this is intriguing. Yet the locals know the legend continues. So long as there is moss hanging from trees and so long as they can hear someone chant from a distant bayou, "Spanish Moss In My Hand, Turn Me Into Crawfish-Man".

About Louisiana Crawfish-Man
An early career as a structural engineer soon gave way to writing children's books, self-publishing, developing over 125 retail products and a ten year stint teaching Marketing at LSU in Baton Rouge.     A self-taught graphic artist, this Louisiana Author wrote and pubished a 'polemic' true crime story some call a 'potent rebuttal' to Dead Man Walking. Widely known as a Cajun humorist, his online Cajun Joke Of The Week reaches over 7,000 worldwide subscribers. He has presented creative writing workshops as far away as Italy, Switzerland and Hawaii.

Contact: Louisiana Crawfish-Man, Publisher
Little Cajun Books 337-229-8455
For additional information about books, interviews,speaking engagements for clubs, conventions, schools, or for full e-book sample for librarians or reporters vist Names, images and characters Louisiana Crawfish-Man, Dark Gator, Fat Patot Cooncan, Rhombus are copyrighted material. All rights reserved. By Little Cajun Books.


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