7 edition of The Wise Mullet of Cook Bayou found in the catalog.
September 12, 2006 by Foolosophy Media .
Written in English
|Contributions||Miss Jeanne (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
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The tale begins in the muddy waters of Cook Bayou, located in the author's hometown of Panama City, Florida. The Wise Mullet's adventure takes him through the native sites and coastal wonders of the Florida Panhandle, where close calls and marvelous surroundings become part of his incredible journey/5(3).
An odd little paean to mullet-fishing and the Florida coast that's not quite fable, not quite love story. Once upon a time, it begins, three mullet (no, not the distinctive coiffure–these are fish) lived in the muddy waters of Cook Bayou: a wise mullet, a middling mullet, and a dumb mullet. “Fun to read, gorgeously illustrated, and culturally significant” W.
Francis Spence, Founder, Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival “A gentle story about choices and meeting life’s challenges” Wakulla Area Times “An endearing tale” Pensacola Independent News.
The Wise Mullet of Cook Bayou. Written by: Timothy A. Weeks. Illustrator: Miss Jeanne. The tale begins in the muddy waters of Cook Bayou, located in the author's hometown of Panama City, Florida.
The Wise Mullet's adventure takes him through the native sites and coastal wonders of the Florida Panhandle, where close calls and marvelous surroundings become part of his incredible journey.4/5(2). All three books in the Wise Mullet series are now available in hardback library binding.
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Available directly through Foolosophy Media for. About The Wise Mullet of Cook Bayou: Revised First Edition - A celebration of Gulf Coast culture in all its glory, this book is filled with familiar p/5(6).
A celebration of Gulf Coast culture in all its glory, this book is "filled with familiar places and endless wonder" (Florida Monthly).
The tale begins in the muddy waters of Cook Bayou, located in the author's hometown of Panama City, Florida. Timothy A. Weeks is the author of The Wise Mullet of Cook Bayou ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Ol' Middler Saves the Day ( /5.
Panama City native Timothy A. Weeks, creator of the children's book character known as the "Wise Mullet," can tell you. He dreamed up a crew of mullet and first told of their adventures in his acclaimed release "The Wise Mullet of Cook Bayou," 5/5(1).
Timothy A Weeks is a published author of children's books. Published credits of Timothy A Weeks include The Wise Mullet of Cook Bayou: Revised First Edition and Ol' Middler Saves the Day: A Mullet Buddy Homecoming.
Wise Mullet Author Visiting Museum Timothy A. Weeks Releases New Book Weeks’ book, Ol’ Middler Saves the Day (A Mullet Buddy Homecoming), was nominated for the SIBA Children’s Book Award. “The Wise Mullet of Cook Bayou” (ISBN ) “Ol’ Middler Saves the Day” (ISBN ).
The sequel to The Wise Mullet of Cook Bayou, finds Ol' Middler embarking on a harrowing journey along The Wise Mullet of Cook Bayou book Gulf Coast to find his long lost mullet buddy, Goldie.
Ol' Middler's search takes him to the Florida Keys, across the Gulf of Mexico, and into the epicenter of hurricane Katrina, where he heroically rescues his heartbroken friend Goldie.4/5(1). FRIED FLORIDA MULLET Serves 4. 4 mullet, dressed and split 2 cups self‑rising cornmeal 1 T.
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