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PART FOUR: THE BOOKS Kay Thompson’s Eloise. Drawings by Hilary Knight. Published by Simon & Schuster, 11/28/1955. Kay Thompson’s Eloise in Paris. Drawings by Hilary Knight. Published by Simon & Schuster, 11/14/1957. Kay Thompson’s Eloise at Christmastime. Drawings by Hilary Knight. Published by Random House, 9/22/1958. Kay Thompson’s Eloise in Moscow. Drawings by Hilary Knight. Published by Simon & Schuster, 10/30/1959. Kay Thompson’s Pooky Peckinpaugh and Her Secret Private Boyfriends Complete with Phone Numbers. Illustrations by Joe Eula. Published by Harper & Row, 11/1970. Kay Thompson’s Eloise Takes a Bawth. Drawings by Hilary Knight. Posthumously, Thompson’s original manuscripts from the 1960s were edited by playwright Mart Crowley and Simon & Schuster’s Brenda Bowen. Published by Simon & Schuster, 10/22/2002. NOTE: Other spinoff books in the Eloise franchise are only loosely based on Thompson’s characters, posthumously authorized by her estate and published by Simon & Schuster.
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Kay Thompson kisses the Eloise doll, 1957
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