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Jack Strom and New Orleans Hoodoo: Book 1 of Hurricane Hoodoo

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Twelve-year-old Jack Strom moves to New Orleans a year after Hurricane Katrina. Little does he know that has been chosen by the legendary Hoodoo Queen to protect the city from the bad ghosts and evil spirits unleashed by the hurricane.
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Published April 17th 2013 by Miller Mosaic, LLC
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Phyllis
Apr 23, 2013 Phyllis rated it it was amazing
I love this Middle Grade story, which takes place a year after Hurricane Katrina. The story combines contemporary figures with historical figures to create a compelling tale of the present and the past in New Orleans.
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Yael K. Miller has been interested in stories from a very young age, and as a child she frequented the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), where paintings that told stories held her interest.

At the University of Pennsylvania Yael majored in English with a Medieval/Renaissance concentration and minored in Classical Studies. She likes to say that she spent four years learning story.

In her sen
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