Hazel Mitchell

Hazel Mitchell is an award winning illustrator and writer. Her most recent books include 'How to Talk to an Autistic Kid' by Daniel Stefanski (pub Free Spirit) (Foreward Reviews Gold Medal, Finalist Books for a Better Life Awards), 'Hidden New Jersey' by Linda Barth (pub Charlesbridge) and the 'All-Star Cheerleaders' series by Anastasia Suen (pub Kane Miller). Originally from England, she now lives and works from her studio in Central Maine, USA. She still misses fish and chips and mushy peas, but is learning to love lobster. She has two dogs, two horses, one cat and several snow shovels.

Available for school and library visits, or just a chat ... email hazel-mitchell@hotmail.com 
 'All Star Cheerleaders' Chapter Book Series 1-4 by Anastasia Suen
pub Kane and Miller. Fall 2011/Spring 2012
'Hidden New Jersey' search and seek book by Linda Barth
pub Mackinac Island/Charlesbridge. Spring 2012
'How to Talk to an Autistic Kid' by Daniel Stefanski
pub Freespirit, Spring 2011 - winner Gold Medal Foreword Reviews 2012, Books for a Better Life Finalist 2012, Chicago Public Library Best Book List 2012.
'The Ugly Duckling'  Ebook Utales.com  Oct 2011
'Sabu and Me' by Maura Lane,
pub Alton Lane, Fall 2009 - winner Creative Child Magazine picture book of the year 2010
'Why am I Here?' by Matthew Kelly
pub Beacon, Fall 2009 - winner Eric Hoffer Award for Independent Books 2011