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It’s a dark and spooky night down in the Louisiana swamps and the Rougarou is out on the prowl, ready for a meal and to let out a howl! Who is the Rougarou, you ask? I’ll tell you the story; I’m up to the task. He’s a scary monster with glowing red eyes. Be careful or he’ll sneak up and catch you by surprise! Can you nab him and turn him into Rougarou Stew? Hurry, do it quickly, or he’ll make a stew out of you! If you’re wondering what Rougarou Stew is, you’ll have to read and find out. All the answers are in this book, have no doubt! Beware the Rougarou in the swamps at night. He’ll try to trick you and give you a fright. Learn from the kids in the story, and if you see the Rougarou, don’t you worry!
About the Author
Kat Pigott has had an expansive career in both culinary arts and volunteer work. Her involvement with her community’s youth opened her world to writing, and from there her children’s books were born. Her first book, Green Dinosaur Pancakes, was published in 2016 and was soon followed by I See You, Green Dinosaur. Pigott is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators and the Zona Rosa Writer’s Group. She lives in Springfield, Louisiana, with her husband, Jerry, and their two cats. Mason Sibley has been creating and illustrating his own original stories since he was eight years old. As an active high-school student, he was named Student of the Year and involved in the Gifted Art Program. Just before graduating, he earned first place in the Congressional Art Competition and his work will be displayed in the US Capitol. He is active in Beads of Courage, Inc., where he provides boxes for the Arts-in-Medicine program. A recent high-school graduate, Sibley lives in Ponchatoula, Louisiana, with his family and attends Southeastern Louisiana University.