Eleanor Clymer, born Eleanor Lowenton (January 7, 1906 – March 31, 2001), was a writer of children's books, best known for The Trolley Car Family (1947). She graduated from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1928 with a degree in English. Between the years of 1943 and 1983 she published 58 books, including The Tiny Little House, My Brother Stevie, and Hamburgers–and Ice Cream for Dessert.
Through much of her life she was a resident of Katonah, New York and an active member of the nearby Unitarian Universalist fellowship. In 1980 she was awarded the Rip Van Winkle award by the School Library Media Specialists of Southeastern New York for outstanding contributions to children's literature.
- Eleanor Clymer at Library of Congress Authorities, with 52 catalog records
- Janet Bell at LC Authorities, with 2 records (of picture books with text by Clymer as Bell)
- Elizabeth Kinsey at LC Authorities, with 5 records
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