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Michael Stewart
Michael Stewart is the author of A Brief Encyclopedia of Modern Magic (The Cupboard), Almost Perfect Forms (Ugly Duckling), Sebastian, an illustrated book for adults (Hello Martha Press), and The Hieroglyphics (Mud Luscious Press). Most recently, his web project, The Answers, a series of... show more

Michael Stewart is the author of A Brief Encyclopedia of Modern Magic (The Cupboard), Almost Perfect Forms (Ugly Duckling), Sebastian, an illustrated book for adults (Hello Martha Press), and The Hieroglyphics (Mud Luscious Press). Most recently, his web project, The Answers, a series of unhelpful answers to questions submitted by strangers, has been turned into a book and is slated for publication later this year. Currently, he lectures for the nonfiction writing program at Brown University where he is the digital scholar in residence.
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sherrysniderfundin
sherrysniderfundin rated it 2 years ago
I know the target audience for The Boy Who Swallows Flies by Michael F Stewart is 4-7, but I am young at heart and loved every minute of it. How about you? Amazing cover done by Martin Stiff The Boy Who Swallows Flies Michael F. Stewart Publication date: February 15th 2018 Genres: Middle-Grade,...
sherrysniderfundin
sherrysniderfundin rated it 2 years ago
The fabulous cover for The River Keepers by Michael F Stewart is done by Martin Stiff. Great job, Martin. I love when a cover depicts the story inside and Martin’s cover was only the first step drawing me into the adventure. Goodreads / Amazon MY REVIEW I had read A Cold Dark Place by Mic...
The Avid Reader
The Avid Reader rated it 2 years ago
Counting wolves is Milly's story of how she deals with her fear. Of how it affects her life from day to day; from minute to minute; of how she comes to terms with her fear. The challenges that she has to face day after day, the hiding, the covering up of the lies that live within her. Milly has this...
The Avid Reader
The Avid Reader rated it 3 years ago
Limpy is a young girl who lives on a potato farm with her father and brothers. Her dream is to go to art school and one day leave the farm. Limpy’s mother died when she was born and for as long as Limpy can probably remember she has worked on the farm with her father and brothers. Limpy’s father has...
Sci-Fi & Scary
Sci-Fi & Scary rated it 3 years ago
Adult fans of the movie(s) Gremlins will find something to smile at within the pages of Keep in a Cold, Dark Place. Michael Stewart takes the furry to fury fuzzballs we all knew and loved, and twists their story just a bit to make it suitable for middle-grade fiction. Coos, cackles, and hijinks ensu...
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