The Adventures of Yat and Dat: What's Cookin'?
Yat and Dat are two lovable, colorful birds who are jealous of the great food of New Orleans. One day they are so tired of scraps and seeds that they decide to make their own masterpiece. Off they fly around the city snagging bits of specialities from fabulous New Orleans restaurants. One by one they add their favorites to the bubbling pot, only to find that "it tastes like river water!" In the end they realized that it's best to "leave it to da chefs. Dey really know what's cookin'!"
About the Author
Nancy Parker is a two-time Emmy Award winning journalist who also received the distinguished Edward R. Murrow Award for her reporting and documentary work. She was born and raised in Opelika, Alabama by longtime educators and is a graduate of the University of Alabama. After reporting and anchoring for television stations in Georgia and Alabama, she moved on to Baton Rouge and then New Orleans where she anchors the nightly news on WVUE Fox 8.
When not reporting the news, Nancy writes poetry and short stories. She loves the endless, colorful tales that come from what she calls one of the world s most captivating places. Her toughest critics are son, Parker, and twins, Piper and Pierce, but they are also quick to laugh at her very clever lines! Nancy and her husband, Glynn Boyd, also a television reporter, are deeply rooted in the New Orleans community and happy to be raising their children in the rich culture and traditions of the Crescent City.
Hardcover. Full color. 32 pages.
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