Brennan's Restaurant has been a staple of New Orleans since 1946 and in honor of the 300th anniversary of New Orleans as of 2018, the restaurant has launched a charming children's storybook.
'A Topsy, Turvy History of New Orleans & Ten Tiny Turtles' is a story written by Simone Rathlé and illustrated by Tania Lee that tells the tale of 10 turtles that go through everything from the first Mardi Gras to Hurricane Katrina. The story also sees the group of turtles enjoying breakfast at Brennan’s.
The collectible storybook for kids and New Orleans history buffs alike will be published by Hoffman Media and made available through both local bookshops and Brennan's Restaurant itself, which has been named one of the best restaurants in the world.
Image Credit: Simone Rathlé
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