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Chaloner, John (Seymour)

CHALONER, John (Seymour)

CHALONER, John (Seymour). Also writes as Jon Chalon. British, b. 1924. Genres: Children's fiction. Publications: Three for the Road, 1954; Eager Beaver, 1965; Family Hold Back, 1975; To the Manner Born, 1978; Bottom Line, 1984; Occupational Hazard, 1991. AS JON CHALON: The Flying Steamroller, 1967; The House Next Door, 1967; Sir Lance-a-little and the Knights of the Kitchen Table, 1971; The Voyage of the Floating Bedstead, 1972; The Green Bus, 1973; The Dustmen's Holiday, 1976; The Great Balloon Adventure, 1984; Will o' the Wheels and Speedy Sue, 1990; Among the Missing, 2001. Address: 4 Warwick Sq, London SW1V 1NZ, England.

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