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Pamela Whitlock

Author, Illustrator, Editor, Compiler

(1920 - 1982)

Pamela Whitlock

Katharine Hull and Pamela Whitlock met when they were school children (fourteen and fifteen respectively), whilst sheltering from a thunderstorm. They discovered shared interests and decided to write a story about ponies set on Exmoor, called The Far-Distant Oxus (1837). The two authors followed it with Escape to Persia (1938), The Oxus in Summer (1939) and Crowns (1947).



Bibliography

All Day Long: An Anthology of Poetry for Children (1954)

A poetry anthology for children.

Author(s): Various
Illustrator(s): Joan Hassall

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Crowns (1947)

The authors of The Far-Distant Oxus turn their hands to fantasy.

Author(s): Katharine Hull
Pamela Whitlock
Illustrator(s): Pamela Whitlock

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Escape to Persia (1938)

The Hunterly children bet their aunt they can make their way to the Oxus in twenty-four hours with only thirty shillings. The ponies are glad to see them.

Author(s): Katharine Hull
Pamela Whitlock
Illustrator(s): Pamela Whitlock

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The Far-Distant Oxus (1937)

A tale of ponies and adventure set on Exmoor.

Author(s): Katharine Hull
Pamela Whitlock
Illustrator(s): Pamela Whitlock

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The Far-Distant Oxus (1969)

Three children spend the summer holiday on Exmoor where they find ponies, friends and adventure. This is a somewhat shorter version of the original work. The original illustrations have also been dispensed with.

Author(s): Katharine Hull
Pamela Whitlock
Illustrator(s): Karl W. Stuecklen

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The Open Book (1956)

A collection of stories, essays, poems, songs and music for boys and girls and every member of all Christian families.

Author(s): Pamela Whitlock
Illustrator(s): Marcia Lane Foster

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Oxus in Summer (1939)

A collection of stories about the adventures of the six friends in the Oxus country.

Author(s): Katharine Hull
Pamela Whitlock
Illustrator(s): Pamela Whitlock

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Oxus in Summer (1940)

A collection of stories about the adventures of the six friends in the Oxus country.

Author(s): Katharine Hull
Pamela Whitlock
Illustrator(s): Charles E. Pont

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The Sweet Spring (1952)

In this novel for grownups the co-author of The Far-Distant Oxus makes her debut as an adult novelist with a story of growing up.

Author(s): Pamela Whitlock
Illustrator(s): None

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