Hobyahs, The by Robert D. San Souci

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Once upon a time, there was a little girl who lived with an old man and woman and their five faithful dogs in a tiny house at the edge of a forest. Deep in the forest lived goblins called Hobyahs, plotting their mischief. Who would save the people in the tiny house when the Hobyahs came creeping out of the woods in the dead of night?

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Robert D. San Souci was born in 1946 in San Francisco. After holding jobs in book stores and in publishing, San Souci has been a full-time award-winning children's book author since 1974. San Souci is best known for his adaptations of folklore for children. His first books, The Legend of Scarface and Song of Sedna, were written in 1978 and 1981, respectively. Since then he has written dozens of others. His brother Daniel frequently illustrates his work. The Legend of Scarface won the Notable Children's Trade Book in the Social Studies, National Council for the Social Studies, and was a Horn Book honor list citation. Sukey and the Mermaid won the American Library Association's Notable Book citation in 1992, and Cut from the Same Cloth won an Aesop Award from the Children's Folklore Section of the American Folklore Society. Robert San Souci has also written some nonfiction works for children and several novels for adults.
Published May 2, 1996 by Yearling. 1 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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