Time and Mr. Bass

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Time and Mr. Bass
Author Eleanor Cameron
Illustrator Fred H. Meise
CountryUnited States
SeriesThe Mushroom Planet Books
Genre Science fiction Children's
Publisher Little, Brown and Company
Publication date
Media typePrint (Hardcover)
Pages247 pp
Preceded by Jewels from the Moon  

Time and Mr. Bass is a 1967 children's science fiction novel by Canadian author Eleanor Cameron. The novel followed The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet (1954), Stowaway to the Mushroom Planet (1956), Mr. Bass's Planetoid (1958), A Mystery for Mr. Bass (1960), Jewels from the Moon and the Meteor That Couldn't Stay (1964), and was illustrated by Fred H. Meise. It is the concluding installment of her Mushroom Planet series.

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