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Eleanor Graham was born in Walthamstow, England. Her father was the editor of the popular periodical Country Life. She became an editor for the publishing houses Heinemann and Methuen, as well as a reviewer of children's books at The Sunday Times and others. During World War II, she was the editor of Penguin's children's imprint Puffin Books.

She also wrote her own books, including
The Children Who Lived in a Barn (1938).
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