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A Storm Called Katrina

Myron Uhlberg

School Library Journal calls this moving tale by Myron Uhlberg a “remarkable homage to New Orleans.” A Storm Called Katrina follows Louis Daniel, a 10-year-old boy from New Orleans’ Ninth Ward who loves to play the horn just like his idol, Louis Armstrong. The morning after the devastating hurricane rips through his neighborhood, Louis—with his beloved cornet in tow—must brave the rising flood waters and seek shelter with his family at the Superdome. “Children who read [Louis’] story will be the wiser for it …”—New York Times

School Library Journal calls this moving tale by Myron Uhlberg a “remarkable homage to New Orleans.” A Storm Called Katrina follows Louis Daniel, a 10-year-old boy from New Orleans’ Ninth Ward who loves to play the horn just like his idol, Louis Armstrong. The morning after the devastating hurricane rips through his neighborhood, Louis—with his beloved cornet in tow—must brave the rising flood waters and seek shelter with his family at the Superdome. “Children who read [Louis’] story will be the wiser for it …”—New York Times
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School Library Journal calls this moving tale by Myron Uhlberg a “remarkable homage to New Orleans.” A Storm Called Katrina follows Louis Daniel, a 10-year-old boy from New Orleans’ Ninth Ward who loves to play the horn just like his idol, Louis Armstrong. The morning after the devastating hurricane rips through his neighborhood, Louis—with his beloved cornet in tow—must brave the rising flood waters and seek shelter with his family at the Superdome. “Children who read [Louis’] story will be the wiser for it …”—New York Times

Language:

English

Narrators:

Brandon Gill

Length:

15m


Chapters

Introduction
Introduction

00:12


Chapter 1
Chapter 1

04:57


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

10:20