About the Book
A New Orleans-style alphabet book for children that celebrates the unique, beautiful and festive world of the Crescent City.
Features & Details
- Category Children
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Dec 08, 2008
- Tags north america, united states, crescent city, mark waller, jennifer zdon, mardi gras, zulu coconut, water meter, red beans and rice, king cake baby, jazz band, hot sauce, fleur de lis, new orleans, a to z, z, y, x, w, v, u, t, s, r, q, p, o, n, m, l, k, j, i, h, g, f, e, d, c, b, a, america, south, bayou, educational, education, pictures, present, youth, parent, gift, creole, culture, cajun, food, music, photo, photography, photos, picture, book, learning, babies, baby, kids, children, letters, beads, carnival, second-line, xavier, umbrella, trumpet, streetcar, queen, po'boys, napoleon, magnolia, louisiana, ironwork, gumbo, egret, doubloon, crawfish, beignets, alligator, alphabet
Jennifer Zdon is a photojournalist whose subjects have included children tap dancing for tips on city streets, music legends in their waning days and Elvis impersonators in competition. As a staff photographer for The Times-Picayune newspaper in New Orleans for more than a decade, she has documented the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and covered stories in Colombia and Europe. Among her freelance projects are portraits from the American South and images published in the books “America 24/7,” “Louisiana 24/7” and “America at Home.” She has won several regional and national honors for her work.