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Nathan Hale (1) (1976–)

Autor(a) de Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales: One Dead Spy

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23+ Works 4,902 Membros 94 Reviews
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Séries

Obras de Nathan Hale

One Trick Pony (2017) 157 cópias
Apocalypse Taco (2019) 106 cópias
The Twelve Bots of Christmas (2010) 45 cópias

Associated Works

Rapunzel's Revenge (2008) — Ilustrador — 1,301 cópias
Calamity Jack (2010) — Ilustrador — 456 cópias
Guys Read: True Stories (2014) — Contribuinte — 179 cópias
Comics Squad #2: Lunch! (2016) — Autor — 119 cópias

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Conhecimento Comum

Nome padrão
Hale, Nathan
Data de nascimento
1976-12-08
Sexo
male
Nacionalidade
USA
Local de nascimento
Sundance, Utah, USA
Locais de residência
Provo, Utah, USA
Educação
Cornish College of the Arts
Ocupação
children's book author
illustrator
cartoonist
Premiações
CYBIL Award (2008)
Leah Adezio Award (2009)
Agente
Chad W. Beckerman (The CAT Agency)
Pequena biografia
Hale studied illustration at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington. He has a background in scientific and natural history illustration and has worked painting scientific murals for museums around the United States. Hale divides his time between picture books, natural history and educational illustration, and graphic novels.

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Found: Dystopian survival graphic novel read 2016-2020 em Name that Book (Dezembro 11, 2023)

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I really liked this, but I feel like I didn't get it. My grown-up brain was unable to suspend disbelief. There were too many illogical, confusing things about this world. Why doesn't that final bubble kill Strata? How does Kleidi still work when she's been broken into three pieces? How is it so easy to kill pipers and at the same time they've almost completely wiped out human civilization? Where did Kleidi come from? Will it be explained in sequels?

Still, very fun to read and I'm sure less critical readers will just enjoy it and not demand that the world make more sense.… (mais)
 
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LibrarianDest | outras 8 resenhas | Jan 3, 2024 |
Anthropomorphized prehistoric critters mingle and compete with humans, ghosts, and gods in an internet content creator showdown. So much nonsense, so many antics.

I love Nathan Hale's Hazardous Tales series of historical graphic novels, but his fantasy books for kids -- Apocalypse Taco, One Trick Pony, and now this -- well . . . not so much.

Hale gives a couple nods to Dav Pilkey's Dog Man as he sets out to make a book that would please his nine-year-old self, loaded with frantic action and poop jokes. I'm pretty sure I would not have enjoyed this at nine, and I'm waaaay past that now.

Not for me.
… (mais)
 
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villemezbrown | May 26, 2023 |
I would recommend this book to older elementary school students because it is a longer book and it has history content that students will read when they are older. It is an early chapter book that goes through historic stories in a fun way for students. This would be good in the classroom because it is a way to incorporate history into chapter books and allow students to learn history in a way that is different from just reading textbooks.
 
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alliewilber | outras 2 resenhas | Apr 6, 2023 |

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Obras
23
Also by
7
Membros
4,902
Popularidade
#5,126
Avaliação
3.9
Resenhas
94
ISBNs
115
Idiomas
2

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