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Woodsedge and other tales

Michael Bedard

Woodsedge and other tales

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Published by Gardenshore Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fairy tales.,
  • Good and evil -- Juvenile fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    CLC

    StatementMichael Bedard ; illustrated by Stan Zych.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination105 p. :
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21553796M
    ISBN 100920134025
    OCLC/WorldCa15823631

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WOODSEDGE And Other Tales: Woodsedge; Pllo of Paradise; The Dream Path; The Book; The Two Hills; The Witch Tree; The Lightning Bolt; The Dreadwood; The Gift of the Fairies; The Turret Room; The Playground; The Briar Way by Michael Bedard.

Gardenshore Press. Used - Good. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. WOODSEDGE - and Other Tales: Woodsedge; Pllo of Paradise; The Dream Path; The Book; The Two Hills; The Witch Tree; The Lightning Bolt; The Dreadwood; The Gift of the Fairies; The Turret Room; The Playground; The Briar Way: Michael Bedard: Books - or: Michael Bedard.

While working as a pressman for a small print shop, he found a publisher for his first two original fairy tale collections for children, Woodsedge and Other Tales and Pipe and Pearls. From the outset, Bedard followed a challenging path as a writer.

Michael Bedard (born J ) is a Canadian children's writer. He was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He graduated from the University of Toronto in with a BA in philosophy and English. He began writing when his former high school teacher showed him works of Emily Dickinson and T.

currently lives in Toronto with his wife Martha. WoodsEdge Stories, Spring, Texas. likes. God is Good. He's at Work. Stories ers: WOODSEDGE And Other Tales: Woodsedge; Pllo of Paradise; The Dream Path; The Book; The Two Hills; The Witch Tree; The Lightning Bolt; The Dreadwood; The Gift of the Fairies; The Turret Room; The Playground; The Briar Way.

Michael Bedard. He also married and started a family. While working as a pressman for a small print shop, he found a publisher for his first two original fairy tale collections for children, Woodsedge and Other Tales and Pipe and Pearls.

From the outset, Bedard followed a challenging path as a n works: Redwork, A Darker Magic, Emily, Stained Glass. Bedard then turned his skills as an author to novels, biographies of other writers, and retellings of famous fairy tales, much to the pleasure and praise of both reviewers and readers.

He has won several Canadian book awards, and he continues to write today. His books include: Woodsedge and Other Tales, ; Pipe and Pearls: A Gathering of. The Edge Of The Woods - Kindle edition by Langley, Ceinwen. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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