Why Epossumondas Has No Hair on His Tail by Coleen Salley audiobook

Why Epossumondas Has No Hair on His Tail

By Coleen Salley
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0.22 Hours 1
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World-famous storyteller and Louisiana native Coleen Salley was a professor of children's literature for 30 years. Her colorful Epossumondas books have been called "a treasure" by The New York Times. One day, the young possum named Epossumondas asks his Mama, "Why don't I have hair on my tail?" Mama knows why, oh yes she does, and her story sure goes back a long way- all the way to Epossumondas' great-greatgrandpa, Papapossum, and his growly 'ol stomach. "This laughable stretch of the imagination . may be even more entertaining than the rollicking Epossumondas."-Booklist

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World-famous storyteller and Louisiana native Coleen Salley was a professor of children's literature for 30 years. Her colorful Epossumondas books have been called "a treasure" by The New York Times. One day, the young possum named Epossumondas asks his Mama, "Why don't I have hair on my tail?" Mama knows why, oh yes she does, and her story sure goes back a long way- all the way to Epossumondas' great-greatgrandpa, Papapossum, and his growly 'ol stomach. "This laughable stretch of the imagination . may be even more entertaining than the rollicking Epossumondas."-Booklist

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Author Bio: Coleen Salley

Author Bio: Coleen Salley

Coleen Salley built a worldwide reputation as a storyteller, children’s literature expert, and raconteur. She enthralled parents and their children with her heart-stirring and exuberant renditions of favorite books and stories. Professor Emerita Coleen Salley taught children’s literature and storytelling for thirty years at the University of New Orleans. She made hundreds of professional presentations and appearances at more than twenty national conferences. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Ms. Salley grew up hearing the old tale “Epaminondas,” which became her trademark story. Her new adaptation appeared in print for the first time as Epossumondas. Winner of several awards for distinguished professional accomplishments, Coleen spent much of her life in the French Quarter in New Orleans—where she was known as Queen Coleen, a colorful character of Mardi Gras.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Fiction/Fantasy
Runtime: 0.22
Audience: Adult
Language: English