Claire Huchet Bishop

Claire Huchet Bishop

Claire Huchet Bishop (1899 – 13 March 1993) was a children's novelist and librarian, winner of the Newbery Honor for Pancakes-Paris and All Alone and the Josette Frank Award for Twenty and Ten. The Five Chinese Brothers won the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award in 1959.



Children's books[edit]

  • 1938 The Five Chinese Brothers, illustrated by Kurt Wiese
  • 1940 The King's Day, illus. Doris Spiegel
  • 1941 The Ferryman, illus. Wiese
  • 1942 The Man Who Lost His Head, illus. Robert McCloskey
  • 1945 Augustus, illus. Grace Paul
  • 1947 Pancakes-Paris, illus. Georges Schreiber
  • 1948 Blue Spring Farm, a novel, LCCN 48-2029
  • 1950 Christopher The Giant, illus. Berkeley Williams, Jr.
  • 1952 Bernard and His Dogs, illus. Maurice Brevannes – about Saint Bernard de MenthonLCCN 52-7143
  • 1952 Twenty and Ten, by Bishop "as told by Janet Joly", illus. William Pène du BoisOCLC 297331 (re-published with minor edits in 1969 and 1973 as The Secret Cave by Scholastic)[7]
  • 1953 All Alone, illus. Feodor Rojankovsky
  • 1954 Martín de Porres, Hero, illus. Jean Charlot – about Saint Martín de Porres
  • 1955 The Big Loop, illus. Carles Fontserè – about the Tour de France
  • 1956 Happy Christmas: Tales for Boys and Girls, edited by Bishop, illus. Ellen Raskin
  • 1957 Toto's Triumph, illus. Claude Ponsot
  • 1960 French Roundabout, 360 pp. illus. – LCSH France—Description and travel, LCCN 60-6027; revised 1966
  • 1960 Lafayette: French-American Hero, illus. Maurice Brevannes
  • 1961 A Present from Petros, illus. Dimitris Davis
  • 1964 Twenty-Two Bears, illus. Wiese
  • 1966 Yeshu, Called Jesus, illus. Donald Bolognese
  • 1968 Mozart: Music Magician, illus. Paul Frame
  • 1971 The Truffle Pig, illus. Wiese
  • 1972 Johann Sebastian Bach: Music Giant, illus. Russell Hoover
  • 1973 Georgette, illus. Ursula Landshoff

Adult books

  • 1938 French Children's Books for English-speaking Children (New York: Sheridan Square Press), bibliography, LCCN 39-1262
  • 1947 France Alive
  • 1950 All Things Common
  • 1950 Boimondau: A French Community of Work
  • 1971 Jesus and Israel Jules Isaac
  • 1974 How Catholics look at Jews: Inquiries into Italian, Spanish, and French Teaching Materials

Other Writings:

  • (Editor) Jules Isaac, Has Anti-semitism Roots in Christianity?, National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1961.
  • (Editor) Isaac, The Teaching of Contempt, Holt, 1964.
  • Poetry to some French avant-garde literary magazines[5]
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All Alone
by Claire Huchet Bishop
from Scholastic Inc.
for 2nd-4th grade
in Realistic Fiction (Location: FIC-REA)
Five Chinese Brothers
by Claire Huchet Bishop & Kurt Wiese
from PaperStar Books
Fairy Tales, Fables, and Legends for Kindergarten-3rd grade
in Picture Books (Location: PICTURE)
Lafayette: French-American Hero
from Garrard Publishing Company
for 2nd-6th grade
in Vintage History & Biographies (Location: VIN-HIS)
Man Who Lost His Head
by Claire Huchet Bishop & Robert McCloskey
from New York Review of Books
for Preschool-2nd grade
in Picture Books (Location: PICTURE)
by Claire Huchet Bishop, illustrated by Georges Schreiber
from Viking Press
Realistic fiction for 4th-6th grade
1948 Newbery Honor Book
in Vintage Fiction & Literature (Location: VIN-FIC)
$22.40 (1 in stock)
Twenty and Ten
by Claire Huchet Bishop
from Puffin Books
Historical Fiction for 4th-6th grade
in Historical Fiction (Location: FIC-HIF)
$5.94 $2.80 (2 in stock)
Twenty-Two Bears
by Claire Huchet Bishop, Illustrated by Kurt Wiese
from Viking Press
for Preschool-2nd grade
in Vintage Picture Books (Location: VIN-PIC)