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Eleanor Cameron

Author

(1912 - 1996)

Eleanor Cameron

Eleanor Frances (Butler) Cameron was a Canadian children’s author. Her first book was a novel for adults, The Unheard Music (1950).

For The Court of the Stone Children (1973), she won the U.S. National Book Award in category of Children’s Books.

A website about her



Bibliography

The Beast with the Magical Horn (1963)

A unicorn helps a prince marry his low born true love.

Author(s): Eleanor Cameron
Illustrator(s): Beth Krush
Joe Krush

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Jewels from the Moon and The Meteor That Couldn’t Stay (1964)

Two short stories in which David and Chuck take a dream journey then help Mr. Bass recover a brumblium meteorite. This was written as an elementary school reader.

Author(s): Eleanor Cameron
Illustrator(s): Vic Dowd

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Mr. Bass’s Planetoid (1958)

David and Chuck are off in their spaceship to rescue the world from the Brumblitron.

Author(s): Eleanor Cameron
Illustrator(s): Louis Darling

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A Mystery for Mr. Bass: A Mushroom Planet Book (1968)

David and Chuck discover Mycetian fossils along the sea shore, and make an emergency trip to the Mushroom Planet to save Prewytt Brumblydge.

Author(s): Eleanor Cameron
Illustrator(s): Leonard Shortall

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Stowaway to the Mushroom Planet (1956)

David and Chuck take Theo Bass, Tyco Bass’s cousin, to the Mushroom Planet, unaware that a young astronomy professor has stowed away on board.

Author(s): Eleanor Cameron
Illustrator(s): Robert Henneberger

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Time and Mr. Bass: A Mushroom Planet Book (1967)

Chuck and David are drawn into a battle against evil as Mr. Bass searches for the stolen necklace of Ta that can protect the Mycetians from destruction.

Author(s): Eleanor Cameron
Illustrator(s): Fred Meise

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The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet (1954)

David and Chuck are approached by their neighbor Mr. Bass to build a space ship.

1954

Author(s): Eleanor Cameron
Illustrator(s): Robert Henneberger

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