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Hadley Hooper

Biography

Hadley Hooper

Hadley Hooper

Books by Hadley Hooper

Written by Mara Rockliff with illustrations by Hadley Hooper

In April 1916, Nell Richardson and Alice Burke set out from New York City in a little yellow car. They took with them a teeny typewriter, a tiny sewing machine, a wee black kitten and a message for Americans all across the country: Votes for Women! The women’s suffrage movement was in full swing, and Nell and Alice would not let anything keep them from spreading the word. Braving blizzards, deserts and naysayers --- not to mention a whole lot of tires stuck in the mud --- the two courageous friends made their way through the cities and towns of America to further their cause.

by Tony Johnston and Hadley Hooper - Children's 4-7, Picture

Lizzie and her mom go to the park. That's where Lizzie meets an elderly man and his companion, Cecile, a dog about her size. But Lizzie is afraid of dogs, so she'll have to rely on her new friend to help her take things one step at a time. Getting over your fears may seem like a small thing...but it sure can feel big.

written by Patricia MacLachlan, illustrated by Hadley Hooper - Children's, Picture
If you were a boy named Henri Matisse who lived in a dreary town in northern France, what would your life be like? Would it be full of color and art? Full of lines and dancing figures? Find out in this beautiful, unusual picture book about one of the world's most famous and influential artists by acclaimed author and Newbery Medal-winning Patricia MacLachlan and innovative illustrator Hadley Hooper.