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Books with author Michael Hall

  • Where Fairies Dance

    Michael Hague

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, June 1, 2008)
    Get swept away to Fairyland with whimsical poems from Shakespeare, Walter de la Mare, and others. See the latest fairy fashions, meet the beautiful Fairy Queen, and-if you′re lucky-discover the secret place where fairies dance. This dazzling new collection, adapted from Michael Hague′s The Book of Fairy Poetry , features classic fairy poems and lush, fanciful artwork, perfect for the very youngest of fairy fans.
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  • Teddy Bears' Mother Goose

    Michael Hague

    Hardcover (Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), April 15, 2001)
    A collection of favorite Mother Goose rhymes, each featuring Michael Hague's irresistable teddy bears.Mother Goose poems have delighted countless generations with their captivating rhythms and playful rhymes. The charm and urance of these classic poems inspired master illustrator Michael Hague to create Teddy Bears' Mother Goose. One of the most beloved children's book artists of our time, Michael Hague has won the hearts of millions of children and adults alike with his irresistible paintings.From "Rub-a-Dub-Dub, Three Bears in a Tub" to "Diddle Diddle Dumpling, My Bear John" and "Little Bear Blue," Michael Hague has selected his favorite nursery rhymes and illustrated them with the loving detail that is his hallmark.
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  • Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear: A Classic Action Rhyme

    Michael Hague

    Paperback (HarperCollins, March 1, 2005)
    Complete with charming, warm-hearted illustrations and step-by-step instructions so that even the youngest child can follow along, a reprint of a classic action rhyme is designed to bring joy and fun into any preschooler's day. Reprint.
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  • Under the Bridge

    Michael Harmon

    Hardcover (Knopf Books for Young Readers, Nov. 13, 2012)
    Tate's younger brother Indy is probably the best skateboarder in Spokane. He's also really smart though he couldn't care less about school. But when Indy clashes with his father one too many times and drops out of school, it's up to Tate to win his brother back from the seedier elements of Spokane. Can Tate convince Indy to come home, finish his high school degree, and return to skating Under the bridge with their crew?Michael Harmon's fast-paced and highly charged novel captures the enduring bond between brothers and their struggle for survival on the gritty streets of Spokane.
  • Michael Hague's Favourite Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales

    Michael Hague

    Hardcover (Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), April 1, 2003)
    Perfect for gift-giving--a classic illustrated by Michael Hague, in a beautifully redesigned edition.Hans Christian Andersen was one of the greatest storytellers of all time. Michael Hague has chosen nine of Andersen's best-loved fairy tales to illustrate in his unique style.
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  • The Book of Wizards

    Michael Hague

    Hardcover (HarperCollins, May 1, 2008)
    Provides young readers with a richly illustrated anthology of magic and fantasy through a collection of stories from an array of celebrated authors, including Shakespeare and Homer.
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  • Animal Friends: A Collection of Poems for Children

    Michael Hague

    Hardcover (Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), April 17, 2007)
    A new poetry collection illustrated by the incomparable Michael HagueDo you know what a spider wishes for? No rain. Many flies. Gentle feet that take no notice of one so small. That's all.How about a sheep? In this ode to animals big and small, furry and slimy, airborne, aquatic, and land loving, a variety of poems celebrate the lives of animals. Beautifully illustrated with lavish paintings by Michael Hague, this playful collection is a perfect read for animal lovers of all ages.
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  • The Children's Book of Home and Family

    Michael Hague

    Hardcover (Scholastic, Inc, Aug. 16, 2003)
    Introduction: All children need a roof to keep out the rain, walls to shelter them from the wind, a hearth to drive away the cold. Those are the basics, but they are not enough. Children also need love, order, laughter, and at least one adult who would do just about anything for them. And because children are not born knowing the difference between right and wrong, they need a place where they can begin to develop a moral sense. They need people to guide them toward what is right and good. Home is that place. Families are those people. The stories families share can be important moral influences too--and that is the reason for this book. All these selections center around home or family life. They provide a good way for adults and children to talk about beliefs they hold dear. They are good tools for reinforcing the vital lessons all parents must teach. Today many parents say it has gotten harder to teach those lessons. Mothers and fathers find themselves competing with opposing messages from popular culture. This book is an ally that can help children realize the importance of family.
  • In the Small

    Michael Hague

    Paperback (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, May 1, 2008)
    When a mysterious cataclysmic event, "the blue flash," causes the population of the earth to shrink in size to six inches tall, suddenly humanity has the tables turned on itself: The very civilization it has created becomes its greatest obstacle to survival. Animals and the environment, which have long suffered under the rule and/or destruction of humans, are now some of their most feared enemies. Amid the confusion and turmoil, two strong teenagers, 18-year-old Mouse and his younger sister Beat, emerge as the most promising leaders, eventually setting out on a quest to discover the secret that could redeem this strange new world.
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  • Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear: A Classic Action Rhyme

    Michael Hague

    Hardcover (William Morrow & Co, April 1, 1993)
    Charming, full-color artwork by the illustrator of Alphabears highlights the playful action rhyme about the activities of a little bear.
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  • Abigail's Saga: A Light In The Forest

    Michael R. Hallen

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sept. 21, 2015)
    As an average British schoolgirl, Abigail Burke never knew a forest path would take her to a new, super-advanced world filled with magic and extreme wonders where excitement and the fulfillment of her personal heroic destiny awaited. Powerful and deeply moving, "Abigail's Saga: A Light In The Forest" will fascinate and touch every reader, youth and adult.
  • The Chamber of Five

    Michael Harmon

    eBook (Knopf Books for Young Readers, June 14, 2011)
    In a private-school conspiracy novel, 16-year-old Jason Weatherby knows exactly why he's at the Lambert School for the Gifted. And it's not for his brains. His dad is an influential state senator. It's this same connection that lands him a spot on the secretive Chamber of Five, the elite group of students who run the school with a shadow government, tapping into the same lines of powers as their parents. When he's asked to physically assault and ruin the reputation of another student as part of his initiation, Jason sees firsthand the depravity of the Chamber—and decides to work from the inside to take it down. But Jason taps into a conspiracy—and school secrets—far more insidious than he could ever have imagined. From award-winning author Michael Harmon comes a taut, thrillingly paced novel about the perils of privilege. Can one bold student set things right?