Will Hobbs Net Worth 2019 Update – Short bio, age, height, weight

March 10, 2018

Will Hobbs Net Worth

How rich is Will Hobbs? For this question we spent 17 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Producers
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $198,7 Million.



Will Hobbs information Birth date: 1947-08-22 Profession:Producer

Height, Weight

:How tall is Will Hobbs – 1,75m.
How much weight is Will Hobbs – 55kg


Will Hobbs Net Worth
Will Hobbs Net Worth
Will Hobbs Net Worth
Will Hobbs Net Worth


Will Hobbs is the author of nineteen novels for upper elementary, middle school and young adult readers, as well as two picture book stories. Hobbs credits his sense of audience to his fourteen years of teaching reading and English in southwest Colorado. When he turned to writing, he set his stories mostly in wild places he knew from firsthand experience. Hobbs has said he wants to “take young people into the outdoors and engage their sense of wonder.” Bearstone, his second novel, gained national attention when it took the place of Where the Red Fern Grows as the unabridged novel in Prentice-Hall’s 7th grade literature anthology. Downriver and Far North were selected by the American Library Association for its list of the 100 Best Young Adult Books of the 20th century. As of 2014, all twenty-one of Hobbs’ books are in print, and all the novels are available in unabridged audio editions.
Biography,William Carl Hobbs grew up in an Air Force family and was raised in Panama, Virginia, Alaska, northern California, southern California, and Texas. He was the middle child of five born to Mary Ann (Rhodes) Hobbs and Gregory J. Hobbs. “During the years we were living in Alaska,” Hobbs has written, “I fell in love with mountains, rivers, fishing, baseball, and books.” He graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in English in 1969. His M.A. in English from Stanford followed in 1971. He and his wife, Jean, were married in December, 1972. Drawn by the San Juan Mountains to southwestern Colorado, they found teaching jobs in Pagosa Springs. After four years they resettled in the Durango area, where Hobbs taught for ten years at Miller Junior High. Summers he devoted to writing, backpacking, and rowing his whitewater raft through the canyons of the Southwest. Hobbs rowed ten trips down the Grand Canyon. In 1990 he began writing full-time. His professional travels have taken him to 47 states, Canada, and Germany, where six of his novels have been published in the German language. Other foreign editions have appeared in Sweden, the Czech Republic, Italy, the Netherlands, and the U.K.


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