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Michael Hague

Author, Illustrator, Compiler

(1948 - )

Michael Hague

Michael Hague (born September 8, 1948) is an American illustrator, primarily of children’s fantasy books. He is married to Kathleen Hague.

Among the books he has illustrated are classics such as “The Wind in the Willows” (1980), and “The Wizard of Oz” (2000), and “The Hobbit” (1961) and the stories of Hans Christian Andersen. He is renowned for the intricate and realistic detail he brings to his work, and the rich colors he chooses.



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The 23rd Psalm (1999)

The Lord is my true shepherd, there is nothing I shall want.

Author(s): The Bible
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Aesop’s Fables (1985)

Michael Hague selected his favorite fables from Aesop and illustrated them with paintings in his beautiful style.

Author(s): Michael Hague
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1983)

Alice falls through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by strange creatures.

Author(s): Lewis Carroll
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Alphabears (1984)

The bears from Amanda to Zak learn their ABC’s.

Author(s): Kathleen Hague
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Animal Friends: A Collection of Poems for Children (2007)

A collection of poems chiefly about animals.

Author(s): Various
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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The Art of Michael Hague (2001)

A catalog offering original art by Michael Hague. Individual illustrations were priced from $300 to $6,500. A total of 362 pieces of art were listed for sale.

Author(s): Michael Hague
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Bear Hugs (1989)

Short poems about bears.

Author(s): Kathleen Hague
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Beauty and the Beast (1980)

The Beast proves himself worthy of love and Beauty chooses to love him despite his beastly appearance.

Author(s): Deborah Apy
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Beauty and the Beast (1983)

The Beast proves himself worthy of love and Beauty chooses to love him despite his beastly appearance.

Author(s): Deborah Apy
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Birth of the Firebringer (1985)

Aljan, son of the prince of the unicorns, joins his people’s struggle against the Wyrms.

Author(s): Meredith Ann Pierce
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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The Book of Dragons (1995)

A selection of classic stories involving dragons, as told by famous children’s book authors.

Author(s): Various
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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The Book of Fairies (2000)

A collection of fairy tales, classic and new.

Author(s): Various
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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The Book of Fairies (2006)

A collection of fairy tales, new and old.

Author(s): Various
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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The Book of Fairy Poetry (2004)

An anthology of poetry dealing with fairies and their dealings with men.

Author(s): Various
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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The Book of Ghosts (2009)

A collection of classic ghost stories from Irving and Alcott to Poe and Wilde.

Author(s): Various
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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The Book of Pirates (2001)

A collection of classic stories of pirates and treasure.

Author(s): Various
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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A Book of Unicorns (1978)

A collection of historical writings about unicorns.

Author(s): Welleran Poltarnees
Illustrator(s): L. Leslie Brooke
Michael Hague
Dorothy P. Lathrop
Mercer Mayer
Kay Nielsen
Et al

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The Book of Wizards (2008)

A collection of stories about wizards, from Baba Yaga to Taliessen, with a nod to Circe and Merlin along the way.

Author(s): Various
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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The Borrowers (1991)

The Clocks, Pod, his wife Homily and their daughter Arrietty live under the floor boards in an English country house, until one day they are ‘seen.’

Author(s): Mary Norton
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Bramble Beaver’s Bright Idea (1980)

Bramble Beaver helps the forest animals harvest the mast crop on Pine Cone Island.

Author(s): Marci Ridlon
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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