Shop LSU Press’s “Made in Louisiana” Book Sale

06/02/2014 12:10 PM

BATON ROUGE – Baton Rouge’s own publisher invites you to shop local this summer. As part of the “Made in Louisiana” summer event, LSU Press is offering a 35 percent discount and free shipping on books about Louisiana or by Louisiana authors, from June 9 to July 4.

Dip into the world of poetry with Louisiana Poet Laureate Ava Leavell Haymon’s “Eldest Daughter”; travel down the mighty Mississippi with Cynthia Lejeune Nobles’s “The Delta Queen Cookbook”; and rediscover the unique sights of your home state with Randy Harelson’s “New Roads and Old Rivers” and Alex V. Cook’s “Louisiana Saturday Night.”  

Other titles available through this limited-time offer include “Bourbon Street,” the first complete history of New Orleans’s most famous street; “Accalia and the Swamp Monster,” a dark fairy tale by writer and author Kelli Scott Kelley; and “Bone Remains,” the case files of forensic anthropologist Mary Manhein. Visit to discover more titles in the made in Louisiana sale. Order online or call 800-848-6224 and use discount code 04LALOVE to receive 35 percent off and free shipping on all participating books.
All sales are final and cannot be combined with any other offer. Taxes may apply and are paid by the customer. Payment is due at time of purchase.

For more information, contact Erin Rolfs at 225-578-8282 or or visit

Ernie  Ballard 
LSU Media Relations

Posted on Monday, June 2, 2014