Eleanor (Frances) Cameron Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 16 pages of information about the life of Eleanor (Frances) Cameron.
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Dictionary of Literary Biography on Eleanor (Frances) Cameron

Eleanor Cameron's writing is remarkable for both its variety and its quality. She divides her writing career into two parts--the ten works which preceded the publication in 1969 of The Green and Burning Tree: On the Writing and Enjoyment of Children's Books and the seven titles which have been published since. Her writing has received much outstanding recognition, especially the later books. A Room Made of Windows won the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award in 1971, the year it was published; The Court of the Stone Children (1973) won the National Book Award in 1974; and To the Green Mountains (1975) was a finalist for that prestigious award in 1976. All three books were also named ALA Notable Books as was Julia and the Hand of God (1977). Eight of Cameron's books were chosen as Junior Literary Guild selections: The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet (1954), The Stowaway to the Mushroom Planet (1956), Mr. Bass's Planetoid (1958), The...

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