A retelling of a classic tale in which a well-intentioned young possum continually takes his mother's instructions much too literally.
Epossumondas's mother tells him a story about how his great-great-grandfather became the first possum to have a hairless tail.
Beloved New Orleans storyteller Coleen Salley inspired countless children to embrace the joys of reading with her riotously funny-and distinctly Southern-children's books. With the fourth book in the series, the late author presents readers with one more romp through the lively world of everybody's favorite possum. Epossumondas wants to listen to Mama, but it's so hard to remember everything. So Epossumondas heads into the swamp he was warned about-and...
Coleen Salley's wonderful Epossumondas books are audio treats for young listeners. Mama is preparing a birthday cake for her sweet patootie, when she realizes she's out of baking soda. So she sends two friends to the store to help out, but neither returns because they get swallowed by a huge snapping turtle. Mama then ventures out herself, only to meet the same fate. Now it's up to Epossumondas to save the day and rescue everyone.
A retelling, set in Louisiana, of the Norwegian folktale about three clever billy goats that outwit a big, ugly troll that lives under the bridge they must cross on their way to greener pastures.