Hazel Hutchins

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Hazel Hutchins
Occupation Author
Genre Children's Literature

Hazel Hutchins is a Canadian children's author.

Her book Tess (1995) was nominated for a Governor General's Award.

She lives in Canmore, Alberta.

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  • Anastasia Morningstar and the Crystal Butterfly (1984)
  • Leanna Builds a Genie Trap (1986)
  • Ben's Snow Song (1987)
  • Casey Webber, The Great (1988)
  • Norman's Snowball (1989)
  • Nicholas at the Library (1990)
  • Katie's Babbling Brother (1991)
  • A Cat of Artimus Pride (1991)
  • And You Can Be the Cat (1992)
  • The Catfish Palace (1993)
  • The Best of Arlie Zack (1993)
  • The Three and Many Wishes of Jason Reid (1993)
  • Within A Painted Past (1994)
  • Believing Sophie (1995)
  • Tess - (1995)
  • Yancy and Bear (1996)
  • Shoot for the Moon, Robyn (1997)
  • The Prince of Tarn (1997)
  • Robyn's Want Ad (1998)
  • It's Raining, Yancy and Bear (1998)
  • One Duck (1999)
  • Robyn and the Bears (2000)
  • Two So Small (2000)
  • The Wide World of Suzie Mallard (2000)
  • One Dark Night (2001)
  • Robyn's Art Attack (2002)
  • T J and the Cats (2002)
  • I'd Know You Anywhere (2002)
  • T J and the Haunted House (2003)
  • Robyn Make the News (2003)
  • The Sidewalk Rescue (2004)
  • Skate, Robyn, Skate! (2004)
  • A Second is a Hiccup (2004)
  • TJ and the Rockets (2004)
  • Beneath the Bridge (2004)
  • Robyn's Party-in-the-Park (2004)
  • Sarah and the Magic Science Project (2005)
  • TJ and the Sports Fanatic (2006)
  • The List (2007)

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