Crawfish Tales

Donald Dartez

Interactive reading of Moby Pincher's adventures by Dee Scallan

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Welcome!

Ron Bryant

Play fun games and learn some very interesting facts about Moby’s home.

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Look who's reading Moby Pincher books!

Ron Bryant

Join the Lt. Governor and get caught reading with Moby.

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Author, young illustrator reach out to second graders

Ron Bryant

Moby Pincher dared not show his face until Dee Scallan was ready. And even when she decided she was ready to introduce her big, red Louisiana crawfish to the world, Scallan realized he still didn’t have a face. Not really. Oh, her words were enough to create pictures in children’s imaginations. Still, where would a children’s story be without pictures? So, she turned to Daniel Myers. This is where Moby’s story really gets interesting, because Myers wasn’t a typical book illustrator. He’d had no artistic training. He’d had no experience in book illustrating. And his only true life experience was being an 8-year-old kid. Which was perfect for Scallan, for who better than a kid to create illustrations for kids?

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Moby's Hurricane Adventure

Ron Bryant

Moby's Hurricane Adventure

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Moby's Easter Video

To Louisiana, with Love

Moby Pincher Pictures

Moby Pincher Brings Literature to Schools