This Mother Goose-goes-to-the-swamp audio has authentic Cajun characters, ranging from Oyster Man and Jacques and Jill to Petite Rouge Riding Hood. This glimpse into south Louisiana’s Cajun traditions is filled with unique dialect and ongoing humor. Familiar rhymes such as “To Market,” “Pat-A-Cake” and “Little Boy Blue” are flavored with the same cultural flair.
Wilson’s version of these familiar stories includes little Jacques Horner eating a crawfish pie, a shrimper’s wife being chased by three blind possums, and Goldilocks in the home of a crawfish family. Justin Wilson’s version of these traditional tales is tailored to the bayou and its traditions.
About the Narrator
Justin Wilson was a well-known gourmet chef and entertainer that always stuck to his Cajun roots. He was the host of a syndicated cooking show and the author of five cookbooks with Pelican: The Justin Wilson Cookbook, The Justin Wilson #2 Cookbook: Cookin’ Cajun, The Justin Wilson Gourmet and Gourmand Cookbook, Justin Wilson’s Outdoor Cooking with Inside Help, and Justin Wilson Looking Back: A Cajun Cookbook, all of which have sold multiple printings. He also coauthored two books, Justin Wilson’s Cajun Humor and More Cajun Humor, with the late New Orleans Times-Picayune columnist Howard Jacobs.
JUSTIN WILSON’S CAJUN FABLES
Narrated by Justin Wilson
JUVENILE FICTION / Fairy Tales & Folklore / Country & Ethnic
Download File size: 62 MB
Running time: 29 minutes