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"Goodnight Tigers" is a captivating bedtime story that provides children with an introduction to Louisiana State University. The book is reminiscent of the beloved classic, "Goodnight Moon," and pays tribute to all things LSU. It combines simple rhymes and engaging illustrations that create a guided tour of the University. From the loud cheers of Tiger Stadium to the tranquil lakes, each page invites the reader to explore LSU while discovering interesting facts along the way. Written and illustrated by LSU alumni, the book conveys the true spirit of LSU and encourages young readers to become alumni, too.
Amanda Morgan (left) and Jessica McDaniel (Right) graduated from the same Louisiana high school and subsequently attended Louisiana State University together. They married best friends from Georgia and remain devoted Tiger fans while living in Bulldog territory. They enjoy returning to Baton Rouge every fall to watch the Tigers play! Their hope for this book is that all future Tigers will come to know the exciting traditions found at LSU.
grew up in Destrehan, Louisiana, receiving a Bachelors of Interior Design from Louisiana State University. She and her husband, Diskin, currently live in Douglas, Georgia with their identical twin daughters, Sloane and Palmer.
graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary English Education. She was raised in LaPlace, Louisiana and currently resides in Eufaula, Alabama with her husband, Matt, and their children Conley and Piper Page.
was born and raised in New Orleans. After attending Jesuit High School, Sean attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Painting/Illustration, minoring in Landscape Architecture. From there he attended Pratt Institute in New York, earning his Master’s degree in computer graphics. After working in the video game industry as an Art Supervisor, Sean returned to New Orleans in 2004 where he designed and painted Mardi Gras floats. He also was an adjunct professor at ITT Technical College in St. Rose, La., from 2006-2007. In 2010, Sean opened his own company and also began illustrating books. This book is his second to date.