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✨🌈✨ Free holographic stickers with every pre-order

✨🌈✨ Free holographic stickers with every pre-order

While supplies last, each pre-order of our spring/summer 2022 titles will receive a corresponding holographic sticker absolutely free! 

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Werewolf? There Wolf! in Illustoria Magazine

Werewolf? There Wolf! in Illustoria Magazine

A fresh twist on a beloved fable…It gets wilder and weirder as the story goes on. With its tongue-twisting-tall-tale-ness, it’s a MUST read-aloud book.”
—Illustoria Magazine
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Happy 2022!

Happy 2022!

Thank you so much for your support throughout 2021! This small business wouldn’t exist without enthusiastic parents, guardians, grandparents, librarians, teachers, aunts, uncles, and loving adults everywhere who are committed to fostering a lifelong love of books in the hearts and minds of their young readers and pre-readers.

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Krampus Confidential: Character profiles

Krampus Confidential: Character profiles

"I’d always assumed that I got blamed for things because I was different. The North Pole is a place of mostly elves, and as far as I know, I’m the only krampus who lives there. There are krampuses in the city—I’ve seen them myself—but up there, a kid like me sticks out like ink splattered on a snowman.”
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Zombie, Or Not to Be education guide: Guide to Hamlet references

Zombie, Or Not to Be education guide: Guide to Hamlet references

The latest Hazy Dell Press educator's guide has dropped, and it's a doozy. Cataloging more than 101 Hamlet references in Zombie, Or Not to Be (Hazy Fables #2), this free 40-page educator's guide features character comparisons, setting descriptions, and mini-essays of literary themes, including life, death, and climate change.
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Monsters don’t have to be scary

Monsters don’t have to be scary

“Is this book too scary for children?” This one of the most common questions we receive about Monster ABC, and one of our favorite to answer. In fact, answering this question speaks to the heart of why we create children’s books featuring monsters in the first place.
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Don't miss our free education guides and activities

Don't miss our free education guides and activities

With another American Library Association's MidWinter Virtual on the way, we figured this would a great time to highlight the free educational resources available on this very website. 
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Delight in the dark side of Christmas

Delight in the dark side of Christmas

On the other end of the spectrum, however, there are stories that make you feel comfortable, safe and hyperaware of the loveliness of our collective reality. The stories on this comforting side of the spectrum come in many forms, but for us, due to our cultural background and our childhood proclivities, their most unfiltered form is that of the Christmas story. 
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Zombie, Or Not to Be: Character profiles

Zombie, Or Not to Be: Character profiles

Based on the world’s most famous broody Dane, Edda is our Hamlet, an intelligent young zombie with a turbulent mind, thrust into a sea of troubles. When her mom goes missing, Edda doesn’t know who or what to trust—can she rely on her friends? Her own instincts? Can science provide a way out?
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Monster ABC: C is for Chupacabra

Monster ABC: C is for Chupacabra

Perhaps due to millennial paranoia, the 1990s of our youth were a heyday for paranormal speculation and our 9-to-12-year-old selves were caught up to our eyeballs in it. The X-Files was the best (drama) show on TV, alien abductions seemed to be a legitimate national concern (particularly thanks to popular and terrifying shows like Unsolved Mysteries and Sightings), crop circles and cattle mutilations were a legitimate thing-in-the-news, and all the while black helicopters churned threateningly and allegedly overhead.
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Artist Spotlight: Derek Sullivan on Zombie, Or Not To Be

Artist Spotlight: Derek Sullivan on Zombie, Or Not To Be

Derek recently sat down to chat with Hazy Dell Press about his most recent publication, Zombie, Or Not to Be, his approach to illustration, and the professional lessons he’s learned over the years.
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Monster ABC: Q is for Quetzalcoatl

Monster ABC: Q is for Quetzalcoatl

As everyone knows, Q and X are the most difficult letters in the English language for abecedary creators. The path of human progress is littered with defeated alphabet book authors who, having sped their way innocently from A through P, slammed headfirst into a Q-shaped wall. 
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