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The Terrible Storms of 2005: Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita

by edited by Trent Angers

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0925417947, Hardcover)

An enlightening book about the 2 devastating hurricanes that struck Louisiana in 2005 and the heroic efforts of many to rescue victims of the storms. Katrina was the worst natural disaster in U.S. history, leaving New Orleans severely flooded and more than 1,800 people dead. Rita leveled Cameron, La., and led to the deaths of dozens of evacuees fleeing the storm in nearby southeast Texas. Illustrated with 32 pages of color photos, plus maps. The book also features a special section on pet rescues.

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