Will Hobbs

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Will Hobbs (born August 22, 1947) is an American children's writer, perhaps best known for young-adult novels, especially outdoor adventure. Hobbs was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Working on Kokopelli during 1994, Hobbs called it "my first fantasy novel".[1]

Works[edit]

Novels
  • Changes in Latitudes (1988)
  • Bearstone (1989)
  • Downriver (1991)
  • The Big Wander (1992)
  • Beardance (1993)
  • Kokopelli's Flute (1995)
  • Far North (1996)
  • Ghost Canoe (1997)
  • River Thunder (1997)
  • The Maze (1998)
  • Jason's Gold (1999)
  • Down the Yukon (2001)
  • Wild Man Island (2002)
  • Jackie's Wild Seattle (2003)
  • Leaving Protection (2004)
  • Crossing The Wire (2006)
  • Go Big or Go Home (2008)
  • Take Me to the River (2011)
  • Never Say Die (2013)
Picture books
  • Beardream (1997), illustrated by Jill Kastner
  • Howling Hill (1998), illus. Kastner

References and sources[edit]

References
  1. ^ "An Interview with Will Hobbs: How His Novels Come into Being". Edgar "Herb" Thompson. The ALAN Review 22.1 (Fall 1994). Retrieved 7 September 2011.

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