Hogan the Horse Bedtime Tales

Hogan the Horse Bedtime Tales

by M.D. Poole

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Hogan the Horse, with his orange wings and knack for singing, is young Drew's best friend. Hogan and Drew go on adventures to New York, to Florida, to the swimming pool and even to the hospital. They have arguments, find out that stealing is bad, meet sea horses and feed black bears. Best of all, the boy and horse share lots of songs. The pictures in the book are as colorful as the stories. HOGAN THE HORSE BEDTIME TALES is perfect for reading to children 4 to 6 years old.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148438380
Publisher: M.D. Poole
Publication date: 09/03/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 8 MB
Age Range: 3 - 5 Years

About the Author

Author of THE LONG WAY HOME, a novel tracking eighty years of a bullet's trajectory, Poole also has written two detective chronicles, COWTOWN CRIME and COWTOWN CORPSE, featuring Detective Frank "Pink" Bettman. Her poetry is available under the title CHILDREN OF EVE. Poole also has authored SUNDOG STORIES, a short story collection, and HOGAN THE HORSE BEDTIME TALES for children.

After 25 years of writing and acting in New York, M.D. Poole now lives in the Cote d'Azur. Six of her plays have been produced off-Broadway and in regional theater. Her writing has appeared in 25 books and journals, such as Write from Wrong, Callaloo, Write Place at the Write Time, and Black Willow. Dr. Poole earned her PhD in English Language and Literature from TCU, and also attended Tulane and O.U. She has owned and managed three businesses: Private Drawers, a lingerie retail store; Barkley Dogs, a cage-free kennel; and www.WordDoctor.ws, an on-line writing site.

She has over ten years' experience writing scripts for TV and radio advertising, as well as working with Barnes & Noble Bookstores, New York City Opera at Lincoln Center (on stage and off), and Van Cleef & Arpels at Bergdorf Goodman. She served as the director of the Deep South Writers Conference while teaching at Southwestern Louisiana University prior to taking a position at the State University of New York FIT in New York City. Her interests include ballet, theater, and dogs.

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