Dean Hughes

|birth_place=Ogden, Utah, U.S. |occupation=Author |nationality=American |education=Weber State University
University of Washington (PhD) |awards=AML Awards (x3) |spouse=Kathleen Hurst Hughes |children=3 }} Dean Hughes (born August 24, 1943) is an American author of historical novels and children's books. He has written 105 books as well as various poems and short stories. As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hughes is a prominent author of LDS fiction for children and juveniles. Many of Hughes's books are sports or war themed. Hughes is most well known for his historical World War II era ''Children of the Promise'' series for adults. His novel ''Midway to Heaven'' was adapted into a feature-length film in 2011. Before he became a full-time author, Hughes taught English at Central Missouri State University. He taught creative writing at Brigham Young University. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Hughes, Dean, 1943-
    Published 2016
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