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A Catfish Tale: A Bayou Story of the Fisherman and His Wife

by Whitney Stewart

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 080751098X, Hardcover)

Deep in the bayou, a Cajun fisherman named Jack catches a magic fish that offers to grant wishes in exchange for being set free. Jack doesn't have a lot of wishes, but his wife Jolie sure does--for a mansion, a paddleboat, fame and fortune! With each wish, all the fish says is "Ah, tooloulou--if that ain't the easiest thing to do." But when Jolie wants to be crowned Mardi Gras queen, have things gone too far?

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When Cajun fisherman Jacques encounters a magical wish-granting catfish, his wife Jolie asks for many things, including a paddleboat and the title of Mardi Gras queen.

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