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Caldecott Medal & Honor Books (1938-Present)

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I know that the NLS avoids childrens books that are too visual, but I still wanted to see which Caldecott winners and honors have made it in to the collection. Please feel free to add to or edit the list.

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Dan Malosh @ MN1A Regional 2013/05/29 17:56

2015

Medal Winner

The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend

Illustrator/Author: Dan Santat
Annotation: An imaginary friend waits a long time to be imagined by a child and given a special name, and finally he does the unimaginable–he sets out on a quest to find his perfect match in the real world. For grades K-3. 2014.
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Honor Books

The Right Word: Roget and His Thesaurus

Author: Jen Bryant
Illustrator Melissa Sweet
Annotation: Biography of Peter Mark Roget (1779-1869), the creator of the thesaurus. Describes how books were young Peter's companions, and how from within their pages came the inspiration for his treasure house of words–starting with many, many lists. Sibert Award. For grades 2-4. 2014.
Available Formats:

  • DB 80620 - Read by Laura Giannarelli. Reading time 1 hour, 34 minutes.

Nana in the City

Illustrator/Author: Lauren Castillo
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Noisy Paint Box: The Colors and Sounds of Kandinsky’s Abstract Art

Author: Barb Rosenstock
Illustrator Mary GrandPré
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Sam & Dave Dig a Hole

Author: Mac Barnett
Illustrator Jon Klassen
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


This One Summer

Author: Mariko Tamaki
Illustrator Jillian Tamaki
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Viva Frida

Illustrator/Author: Yuyi Morales
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2014

Medal Winner

Locomotive

Illustrator/Author: Brian Floca
Annotation:
Illustrates what it was like to ride from Omaha to Sacramento on the new cross-country railroad in the mid-1800s. Describes the sounds of the engine, the work of the crew, and the changing scenery. Caldecott Medal. For grades 2-4 and older readers. 2013.
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Honors

Flora and the Flamingo

Illustrator/Author: Molly Idle
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Journey

Illustrator/Author: Aaron Becker
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Mr. Wuffles!

Illustrator/Author: David Wiesner
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2013

Medal Winner

This Is Not My Hat

Illustrator/Author: Jon Klassen
Annotation:
A little fish steals a big fish's hat and hopes he will get away with it. For grades K-3.
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Honors

Creepy Carrots!

Illustrator: Peter Brown
Author: Aaron Reynolds
Annotation:
The carrots that grow in Crackenhopper Field are the fattest and crispiest around, and Jasper Rabbit cannot resist snacking on some each time he passes by. But then Jasper begins hearing and seeing creepy carrots wherever he goes!
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Extra Yarn

Illustrator: Jon Klassen
Author: Mac Barnett
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Sleep Like a Tiger

Illustrator: Pamela Zagarenski
Author: Mary Logue
Annotation:
A not-so-sleepy little girl asks her parents if all creatures sleep. They tell her about the dog happily snoozing on the couch, grizzly bears that slumber in cozy dens, and more. For preschool-grade 2.
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Green

Illustrator/Author: Laura Vaccaro Seeger
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


One Cool Friend

Illustrator: David Small
Author: Toni Buzzeo
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2012

Medal Winner

A Ball for Daisy

Illustrator/Author: Chris Raschka
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Blackout

Illustrator/Author: John Rocco
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Grandpa Green

Illustrator/Author: Lane Smith
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Me...Jane

Illustrator/Author: Patrick McDonnell
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2011

Medal Winner

A Sick Day for Amos McGee

Illustrator: Erin E. Stead
Author: Philip C. Stead
Annotation:
Zookeeper Amos McGee always takes time to visit his good friends the elephant, tortoise, penguin, rhinoceros, and owl. But one day, Amos stays home because he is sick–and receives an unexpected visit. For preschool-grade 2.
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Honors

Dave the Potter

Illustrator: Bryan Collier
Author: Laban Carrick Hill
Annotation:
Discusses the creative work of South Carolina slave Dave (1834-1864), who made large clay pots and jars - some of which he inscribed with poems.
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Interrupting Chicken

Illustrator/Author: David Ezra Stein
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2010

Medal Winner

The Lion & the Mouse

Illustrator/Author: Jerry Pinkney
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

All the World

Illustrator: Marla Frazee
Author: Liz Garton Scanlon
Annotation:
Poetic celebration of a family's day from enjoying a sunny morning at the beach and a trip to a garden to taking refuge from a thunderstorm. The day ends with sharing music at home. Explores themes of connectivity and comfort.
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Red Sings from Treetops: A Year in Colors

Illustrator: Pamela Zagarenski
Author: Joyce Sidman
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2009

Medal Winner

The House in the Night

Illustrator: Beth Krommes
Author: Susan Marie Swanson
Annotation:
A soothing story about a child who reads a book before being tucked in for the night in a house full of moonlight.
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Honors

A Couple of Boys Have the Best Week Ever

Illustrator/Author: Marla Frazee
Annotation:
Nature Day Camp is the official reason that James and Eamon stay with Eamon's grandparents. But the real fun is hanging out together–blowing up the air mattress, eating banana waffles, playing video games, and making penguins.
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A River of Words: The Story of William Carlos Williams

Illustrator: Melissa Sweet
Author: Jen Bryant
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


How I Learned Geography

Illustrator/Author: Uri Shulevitz
Annotation:
A boy and his family are poor and hungry wartime refugees in a strange country. After the boy's father goes to the bazaar to buy bread but returns instead with a map, the boy spends hours studying it and appreciating his father's gift.
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2008

Medal Winner

The Invention of Hugo Cabret

Illustrator/Author: Brian Selznick
Annotation:
Paris, 1931. Orphaned Hugo survives inside a train station's walls, keeping the clocks running and stealing food and toys. His secrets–including a notebook of drawings and a mechanical man–are jeopardized when he becomes ensnared with a toy seller and his goddaughter Isabelle.
Available Formats:

  • DB 66423 - Read by Jeff Woodman. Reading time: 2 hours, 53 minutes.

Honors

First the Egg

Illustrator/Author: Laura Vaccaro Seeger
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Henry's Freedom Box: A True Story from the Underground Railroad

Illustrator: Kadir Nelson
Author: Ellen Levine
Annotation:
1849. Henry Brown, a slave in Virginia, is so upset when his wife and children are sold away without even a good-bye that he plans a desperate escape. He has friends put him in a wooden box and send him to Philadelphia - and freedom.
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Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity

Illustrator/Author: Mo Willems
Annotation:
Her daddy in tow, Trixie hurries to school to show off her one-of-a-kind Knuffle Bunny. But an awful surprise awaits her: someone else has the exact same bunny!
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The Wall: Growing Up Behind the Iron Curtain

Illustrator/Author: Peter Sís
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2007

Medal Winner

Flotsam

Illustrator/Author: David Wiesner
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Gone Wild: An Endangered Animal Alphabet

Illustrator/Author: David McLimans
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom

Illustrator: Kadir Nelson
Author: Carole Boston Weatherford
Annotation:
Portrays the bravery and faith of Harriet Tubman, who fled slavery before the Civil War. Describes how she risked her new safety to return to the South many times and led slaves to freedom along the Underground Railroad.
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2006

Medal Winner

The Hello, Goodbye Window

Illustrator: Chris Raschka
Author: Norton Juster
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Hot Air: The (Mostly) True Story of the First Hot-Air Balloon Ride

Illustrator/Author: Marjorie Priceman
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Rosa

Illustrator: Bryan Collier
Author: Nikki Giovanni
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Song of the Water Boatman and Other Pond Poems

Illustrator: Beckie Prange
Author: Joyce Sidman
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Zen Shorts

Illustrator/Author: Jon J. Muth
Annotation:
Three siblings, Addy, Michael, and Karl, separately visit Stillwater, the giant panda who has moved into their neighborhood. He tells a relevant Zen Buddhist story to each one, inspiring a new outlook on the world and one another.
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2005

Medal Winner

Kitten's First Full Moon

Illustrator/Author: Kevin Henkes
Annotation:
When Kitten sees her first full moon, she thinks it is a bowl of milk in the sky. She ends up tired, wet, and hungry from trying to reach it and finally goes home, where a pleasant surprise awaits her.
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Honors

Coming on Home Soon

Illustrator: E. B. Lewis
Author: Jacqueline Woodson
Annotation:
Ada Ruth is lonely and misses her mother, who has gone to Chicago to look for work. It's wartime and there isn't much food, but even Ada Ruth's grandmother can't say no to the little surprise they find one snowy day.
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Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale

Illustrator/Author: Mo Willems
Annotation:
A trip to the laundromat becomes a momentous occasion when Trixie, too young to speak words, realizes that her favorite stuffed animal is missing and struggles to explain the problem to her father.
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The Red Book

Illustrator/Author: Barbara Lehman
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2004

Medal Winner

The Man Who Walked Between the Towers

Illustrator/Author: Mordicai Gerstein
Annotation:
Tells of Frenchman Philippe Petit's 1974 tightrope walk between the unfinished World Trade Center Towers in New York City. Discusses the sentence he received for this illegal act.
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Honors

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!

Illustrator/Author: Mo Willems
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Ella Sarah Gets Dressed

Illustrator/Author: Margaret Chodos-Irvine
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


What Do You Do with a Tail Like This?

Illustrator/Author: Steve Jenkins and Robin Page
Annotation:
Explains how a lot of animals use their noses, ears, tails, eyes, mouths, and feet in very different ways. A glossary provides more information about these animals.
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2003

Medal Winner

My Friend Rabbit

Illustrator/Author: Eric Rohmann
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Hondo & Fabian

Illustrator/Author: Peter McCarty
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Noah's Ark

Illustrator/Author: Jerry Pinkney
Annotation:
Noah follows God's command to build an ark to hold his family and two of every animal, in preparation for the great flood. A retelling of the biblical story.
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The Spider and the Fly

Illustrator: Tony DiTerlizzi
Author: Mary Howitt
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2002

Medal Winner

The Three Pigs

Illustrator/Author: David Wiesner
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Martin's Big Words: the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Illustrator: Bryan Collier
Author: Doreen Rappaport
Annotation:
An introductory biography of the American civil rights leader using his own words to portray his ideals and message to United States citizens and people all over the world.
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The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins

Illustrator: Brian Selznick
Author: Barbara Kerley
Annotation:
The true story of the British artist who built the first life-size models of dinosaurs for exhibit in England in 1854. During his lifetime, Hawkins dedicated his skills to educating people on both sides of the Atlantic about these awe-inspiring creatures.
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The Stray Dog

Illustrator/Author: Marc Simont
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


2001

Medal Winner

So You Want to Be President?

Illustrator: David Small
Author: Judith St. George
Annotation:
Revised edition offers unusual and interesting facts about the forty-three men who served as presidents of the United States. Points out the variety of personalities, backgrounds, and interests of these individuals, as well as their similarities.
Available Formats:

  • DB 75382 - Read by Jason Griffith. Reading time: 37 minutes.
  • BR 13090 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

Casey at the Bat

Illustrator: Christopher Bing
Author: Ernest Thayer
Annotation:
In this classic verse, every eye is on the mighty Casey as he comes to bat for the Mudville Nine in the last inning of a losing game.
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Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type

Illustrator: Betsy Lewin
Author: Doreen Cronin
Annotation:
When Farmer Brown's cows find a typewriter in the barn, they write the farmer notes making silly demands. When he refuses to give them what they want, they go on strike. Then the hens strike too.
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Olivia

Illustrator/Author: Ian Falconer
Annotation:
Olivia, a preschooler pig, lives with her mother, father, and younger brother Ian (who is always copying her). Olivia is good at lots of things–dressing up, singing songs, building sand castles, dancing, and painting on walls. And she is very good at wearing people out.
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2000

Medal Winner

Joseph Had a Little Overcoat

Illustrator/Author: Simms Taback
Annotation:
Joseph starts with an overcoat. When it is old and worn, he makes it into a jacket. The original material becomes smaller and smaller until he arrives at the moral of the tale. Adapted from a Yiddish folk song.
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Honors

A Child's Calendar

Illustrator: Trina Schart Hyman
Author: John Updike
Annotation:
A poem for each month of the year, beginning with January. Describes special features–activities, holidays, weather–of the month as experienced someplace like New England.
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Sector 7

Illustrator/Author: David Wiesner
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Ugly Duckling

Illustrator: Jerry Pinkney
Author: Hans Christian Andersen
Annotation:
A mother duck is disappointed when the extra-large egg she has been sitting on opens, and a big, awkward chick tumbles out. The poor bird gets teased by everyone because he looks so different. But the next spring, he gets a surprise when he sees himself in the water.
Available Formats:

  • DB 48266 - Read by Celeste Lawson. Reading time: 14 minutes.

When Sophie Gets Angry-Really, Really Angry

Illustrator/Author: Molly Bang
Annotation:
When Sophie loses her temper and becomes angry with the whole world, she runs outside to climb her favorite tree. Then she calms down and returns home relaxed.
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1999

Medal Winner

Snowflake Bentley

Illustrator: Mary Azarian
Author: Jacqueline Briggs Martin
Annotation:
The biography of Wilson Bentley, who loved the beauty of nature and wanted to share that loveliness with others. Especially intrigued by snowflakes, he taught himself how to photograph them, and that became his lifelong project.
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Honors

Duke Ellington: The Piano Prince and His Orchestra

Illustrator: Brian Pinkney
Author: Andrea Davis Pinkney
Annotation:
Recounts the life of Edward Kennedy Ellington, who became known as “Duke” while growing up in Washington, D.C. The author tells how Ellington's parents encouraged him to play the piano although he didn't think the “umpy-dump” noise was headed anywhere. But years later, she says, he turned the sound into his own ragtime rhythm.
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No, David!

Illustrator/Author: David Shannon
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Snow

Illustrator/Author: Uri Shulevitz
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Tibet Through the Red Box

Illustrator/Author: Peter Sís
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1998

Medal Winner

Rapunzel

Illustrator/Author: Paul O. Zelinsky
Annotation:
Rapunzel is twelve, with beautiful, long red-gold hair, when a sorceress places her in a high tower in a lonely forest. A handsome prince secretly visits Rapunzel until the sorceress finds out and punishes them, keeping them apart. But their love for each other promises to restore their happiness.
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Honors

The Gardener

Illustrator: David Small
Author: Sarah Stewart
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Harlem

Illustrator: Christopher Myers
Author: Walter Dean Myers
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

Illustrator/Author: Simms Taback
Annotation:
Recounts the tale of an old lady who swallows a fly and then goes on to swallow numerous other animals until she swallows a horse - and dies, of course.
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1997

Medal Winner

Golem

Illustrator/Author: David Wisniewski
Annotation:
A retelling of how a chief rabbi of Prague creates a giant golem of clay in 1580. The golem's task is to seek out those spreading false rumors about Jews and to turn them over to the authorities unharmed. When his job is done, the golem is to return to clay.
Available Formats:


Honors

The Graphic Alphabet

Illustrator/Author: David Pelletier
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Hush! A Thai Lullaby

Illustrator: Holly Meade
Author: Minfong Ho
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Paperboy

Illustrator/Author: Dav Pilkey
Annotation:
Early in the mornings, before the sun is up, a young paperboy leaves his warm bed, gets dressed, takes his dog, and goes out to deliver newspapers. When he has finished, he comes back home just as everyone else is getting up.
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Starry Messenger

Illustrator/Author: Peter Sís
Annotation:
Account of Galileo, born in 1564, who studied the stars in the sky through a telescope and began to believe that the sun, not the earth, is the center of the universe.
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1996

Medal Winner

Officer Buckle and Gloria

Illustrator/Author: Peggy Rathmann
Annotation:
Officer Buckle knows lots of safety tips, and he loves to share them with the students at Napville School. But nobody seems to listen to him. Then one day, the Napville police department gets a police dog–Gloria. Office Buckle takes her along the next time he goes to Napville School, and this time the children listen. But why?
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Honors

Alphabet City

Illustrator/Author: Stephen T. Johnson
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Faithful Friend

Illustrator: Brian Pinkney
Author: Robert D. San Souci
Annotation:
Retelling of a tale from the French West Indies, in which a native boy falls in love and sets off with his best friend, a boy of French descent, to bring home his intended bride. But along the way, they encounter several weird obstacles set in place by the girl's uncle, who does not approve of the marriage.
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Tops & Bottoms

Illustrator/Author: Janet Stevens
Annotation:
Mr. Bear, who is quite lazy, and Mr. Hare, who is quite clever, are neighbors. But Mr. Hare and his family have a problem–they have no food, and they have sold their land to Mr. Bear to pay a debt, so they have no land on which to grow food. Then Mr. and Mrs. Hare have a wonderful idea. They will plant a crop on Mr. Bear's land and share it with Mr. Bear. All he has to do is decide if he wants the tops or the bottoms.
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Zin! Zin! Zin! a Violin

Illustrator: Marjorie Priceman
Author: Lloyd Moss
Annotation:
Musical instruments take their place, one by one, on the stage until there is a chamber group of ten.
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1995

Medal Winner

Smoky Night

Illustrator: David Diaz
Author: Eve Bunting
Annotation:
Daniel holds his cat, Jasmine, and watches with his mother at their window as riots take place in the street below. Soon Daniel and his mother are forced to leave their home and take refuge at a shelter. But where is Jasmine?
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Honors

John Henry

Illustrator: Jerry Pinkney
Author: Julius Lester
Annotation:
John Henry was a beautiful, strong African American boy. As a man, John Henry met mean Ferret-Faced Freddy and beat him in a race. Then he tackled a huge boulder that was blocking a road, and a rainbow smiled on his work. Next he tried to beat a drill that was cutting into a mountain to let the train pass through. This was his last contest, but you might still hear him singing, “I got a rainbow.”
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Swamp Angel

Illustrator: Paul O. Zelinsky
Author: Anne Issacs
Annotation:
When Angelica Longrider was born on August 1, 1815, she was “scarcely taller than her mother.” By the age of two, she had built her own log cabin, and when she was twelve, she rescued a whole wagon train from Dejection Swamp and got the name Swamp Angel. But Angelica was best known for her fight with Thundering Tarnation, the biggest and meanest bear anyone had ever known.
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Time Flies

Illustrator/Author: Eric Rohmann
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1994

Medal Winner

Grandfather's Journey

Illustrator: Allen Say
Author: Walter Lorraine
Annotation:
A Japanese American tells of his grandfather's journey to America. Grandfather loves California, but he also loves Japan and later returns there to live. In Japan, however, he is homesick for America. The narrator, born in Japan, moves to California as a young man. Yet he often returns to visit his birthplace. When in one country, he feels homesick for the other–just like his grandfather.
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Honors

In the Small, Small Pond

Illustrator/Author: Denise Fleming
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Owen

Illustrator/Author: Kevin Henkes
Annotation:
Owen has a blanket, Fuzzy, that he's had since he was a baby and loves with all his heart. Owen takes Fuzzy everywhere with him. Mrs. Tweezers, the neighbor, thinks Owen is getting too old to carry around a blanket. She tells his parents about the Blanket Fairy, and the vinegar trick, and saying “no,” but nothing can pry Owen from Fuzzy. But when Owen starts school, his mother knows just what to do.
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Peppe the Lamplighter

Illustrator: Ted Lewin
Author: Elisa Bartone
Annotation:
Peppe, though just a boy, has to go to work to help support his eight sisters. So he takes a job lighting the streetlamps in Little Italy in New York City. Peppe's father is ashamed of Peppe's job until one night when Peppe does not light the lamps and his sister Assunta cannot find her way home.
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Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest

Illustrator/Author: Gerald McDermott
Annotation:
Along the Pacific Northwest coast, Raven is the central character in the myths and legends of Native Americans. In this tale, Raven, feeling sad for the men and women living in the dark and cold, devises a clever plan to steal the sun from the Sky Chief to bring light and warmth to the people.
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Yo! Yes?

Illustrator: Chris Raschka
Author: Richard Jackson
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1993

Medal Winner

Mirette on the High Wire

Illustrator/Author: Emily Arnold McCully
Annotation:
The Great Bellini, who crossed Niagara Falls on a tightrope and stopped in the middle to cook an omelet; who crossed the Alps with baskets on his feet; and walked a flaming wire in Naples, is the gentle stranger staying at the widow Gateau's boardinghouse. Mirette, the widow's daughter, has befriended Bellini, and he has taught her to walk the wire. Now, she must teach him to overcome his fear.
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Honors

Seven Blind Mice

Illustrator/Author: Ed Young
Annotation:
In this version of the familiar Indian folktale, seven blind mice approach Something, ask what it is, and proceed to investigate. On Monday, Red Mouse feels the leg and proclaims it a pillar. On Tuesday, Green Mouse jumps on the trunk and declares it a snake. Each succeeding day brings a different conclusion from a different mouse–until the seventh mouse scampers all over the creature and puts the clues together!
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The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales

Illustrator: Lane Smith
Author: Jon Scieszka
Annotation:
The author calls these tales “not quite” fairy tales, or, fairly stupid tales. Included are “The Princess and the Bowling Ball,” “The Other Frog Prince,” “Cinderumpelstiltskin,” and “The Stinky Cheese Man.”
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Working Cotton

Illustrator: Carole Byard
Author: Sherley Anne Williams
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1992

Medal Winner

Tuesday

Illustrator/Author: David Wiesner
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honor

Tar Beach

Illustrator/Author: Faith Ringgold
Annotation:
The author draws upon her childhood in Harlem in this tale of a young black girl who dreams of flying above New York City. “Tar Beach” is the rooftop of her apartment building, and neighbors often gather there on hot summer nights to talk, eat, and play. “Tar Beach” was first presented as a story quilt, and is part of the Guggenheim Museum collection in New York City.
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1991

Medal Winner

Black and White

Illustrator/Author: David Macaulay
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

"More More More," Said the Baby: Three Love Stories

Illustrator/Author: Vera B. Williams
Annotation:
Three delightful vignettes show a trio of toddlers - Little Guy, Little Pumpkin, and Little Bird - being cuddled, and held, and loved by their grownups.
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Puss in Boots

Illustrator: Fred Marcellino
Author: Charles Perrault (translated by Malcolm Arthur)
Annotation:
A poor miller's son gains a fortune and marries a beautiful princess with the help of his cat, the clever Puss.
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1990

Medal Winner

Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story from China

Illustrator/Author: Ed Young
Annotation:
Once there was a good mother who lived in the countryside with her three children, Shang, Tao, and Paotze. One day she had to leave to visit their grandmother. She cautioned, “Remember to close the door tight…and latch it well.” Soon, a wolf disguised as an old woman knocked on the door saying, …this is your grandmother, your Po Po.“
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Honors

Bill Peet: An Autobiography

Illustrator/Author: Bill Peet
Annotation:
Bill Peet has always loved to draw. Every day he secretly drew in his school books during classes. When he grew up he became the top writer-illustrator for such Walt Disney films as “Dumbo,” “The Sword in the Stone,” and “One Hundred and One Dalmations.” And he has written more than thirty books for children. In this book he relates the story of his life and work.
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Color Zoo

Illustrator/Author: Lois Ehlert
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins

Illustrator: Trina Schart Hyman
Author: Eric Kimmel
Annotation:
It is the first night of Hanukkah and although Hershel is tired and hungry he steps lightly. Soon he will reach the village where bright candles, merry songs, and platters of tasty potato latkes await him. But when he reaches the village, he does not see a single candle. The villagers explain that wicked goblins who hate Hanukkah haunt the synagogue. Hershel decides that he must help the villagers.
Available Formats:

  • DB 31281 - Read by Ray Hagen. Reading time: 19 minutes.

The Talking Eggs: A Folktale from the American South

Illustrator: Jerry Pinkney
Author: Robert D. San Souci
Annotation:
Creole folktale about a poor widow and her two daughters, Rose and Blanche. Rose is cross and mean, while Blanche is sweet and kind. When Blanche treats an old witch kindly, she is rewarded. When Rose tries, she is not so lucky.
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1989

Medal Winner

Song and Dance Man

Illustrator: Stephen Gammell
Author: Karen Ackerman
Annotation:
Grandpa used to be a song and dance man on the vaudeville stage. When his grandchildren come to visit, he tells them about the good old days before TV. They go to the attic, pull out Grandpa's old tap shoes, hat, and cane, and enjoy a show better than any on TV. For grades K-3 to share with older readers.
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Honors

The Boy of the Three-Year Nap

Illustrator: Allen Say
Author: Diane Snyder
Annotation:
Taro, the son of a poor widow, is the laziest person in the village. All Taro does is eat and sleep, and sleep and eat. When a rich merchant builds a mansion next door, Taro hatches a plan to marry the merchant's daughter. But Taro's mother has plans of her own, and Taro gets more than he bargained for.
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Free Fall

Illustrator/Author: David Wiesner
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Illustrator/Author: James Marshall
Annotation:
An irreverent retelling of an old, familiar tale. When Papa Bear, Mama Bear, and Baby Bear return from a bicycle ride, to their charming home deep in the forest, the place is a mess, and the culprit is asleep in Baby Bear's bed!
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Mirandy and Brother Wind

Illustrator: Jerry Pinkney
Author: Patricia C. McKissack
Annotation:
First introduced in America by African slaves, the cake walk is a dance rooted in black American culture. Couples strut and prance around a large square, accompanied by fiddle or banjo music. Judged by a panel of elders, the winning couple takes home a cake. Young Mirandy is determined to catch Brother Wind so that she can win the junior cake walk.
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1988

Medal Winner

Owl Moon

Illustrator: John Schoenherr
Author: Jane Yolen
Annotation:
On a cold winter's night, under a bright full moon, a young girl and her father trek into the woods to see the Great Horned Owl.
Available Formats:

  • DB 42932 - Read by Mary Kane. Reading time: 8 minutes.
  • BR 07903 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honor

Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters: An African Tale

Illustrator/Author: John Steptoe
Annotation:
Mufaro, an African villager, has two beautiful daughters, ill-tempered Manyara and kind Nyasha. Behind Mufaro's back Manyara often teases Nyasha, who retreats to her garden and sings. When the king sends out a call to find a wife, Mufaro prepares to present both his daughters.
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1987

Medal Winner

Hey, Al

Illustrator: Richard Egielski
Author: Arthur Yorinks
Annotation:
Al, a janitor, and his dog, Eddie, grow tired of living in one room on the East Side, always working and struggling. One morning, a beautiful, gigantic bird appears at the window and offers to take them to paradise. They leave the next day for a magnificent island in the sky. They soon learn, however, that there is no place like home.
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Honors

Alphabatics

Illustrator/Author: Suse MacDonald
Annotation:
An imaginative alphabet book in which each letter changes step-by-step into a bold illustration representing that letter. The letter “Q” becomes a quail, “M” becomes a mustache, and “T” becomes a tree.
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Rumpelstiltskin

Illustrator/Author: Paul O. Zelinsky
Annotation:
A lively retelling of how the miller's daughter and her faithful servant outwit Rumpelstiltskin.
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The Village of Round and Square Houses

Illustrator/Author: Ann Grifalconi
Annotation:
In a real village in Cameroon, Central Africa, the men live in square houses and the women in round houses. A grandmother of the village shares with us the drama of how this came to be.
Available Formats:

  • DB 26440 - Read by Carolyn Byrd. Reading time: 11 minutes.

1986

Medal Winner

The Polar Express

Illustrator/Author: Chris Van Allsburg
Annotation:
On a dark Christmas Eve, a boy who believes in Santa Claus boards a mysterious train, the Polar Express. He and the other children, still in their nightclothes, drink hot chocolate and sing carols as the train races through snowy landscapes carrying them to a huge city at the North Pole to visit Santa Claus.
Available Formats:

  • DB 23625 - Read by John Borrowman. Reading time: 8 minutes.
  • BR 12001 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

King Bidgood's in the Bathtub

Illustrator: Don Wood
Author: Audrey Wood
Annotation:
Fun-loving King Bidgood is having a wonderful time in his bathtub. Despite the pleas of his queen and all his court, he refuses to leave his bath for a battle, the Masquerade Ball, or even for lunch!
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The Relatives Came

Illustrator: Stephen Gammell
Author: Cynthia Rylant
Annotation:
A happy visit by relatives from Virginia who come in an old station wagon. They bring with them lots of hugs, laughs, and quiet talk.
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1985

Medal Winner

Saint George and the Dragon

Illustrator: Trina Schart Hyman
Author: Margaret Hodges
Annotation:
A dramatic retelling of the classic tale recounts the battle between brave Saint George, the Red Cross Knight, and the deadly dragon that has terrorized the countryside for years.
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Honors

Hansel and Gretel

Illustrator: Paul O. Zelinsky
Author: Rika Lesser
Annotation:
A poor woodcutter's children, lost in the forest, come upon a witch's house made of bread, pancakes, and candy. They soon discover the wicked witch likes to have children for dinner.
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Have You Seen My Duckling?

Illustrator/Author: Nancy Tafuri
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Story of Jumping Mouse: A Native American Legend

Illustrator/Author: John Steptoe
Annotation:
A young mouse sets off to follow his dream - to find the “far-off land” on the other side of the desert. He gives away his eyesight and sense of smell to two helpless creatures, but is well-rewarded at his journey's end.
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1984

Medal Winner

The Glorious Flight: Across the Channel with Louis Bleriot

Illustrator/Author: Alice and Martin Provensen
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Little Red Riding Hood

Illustrator/Author: Trina Schart Hyman
Annotation:
When Little Red Riding Hood is walking through the forest to take a basket of food to her sick grandmother, she meets a hungry wolf.
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Ten, Nine, Eight

Illustrator/Author: Molly Bang
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1983

Medal Winner

Shadow

Illustrator: Marcia Brown
Author: Blaise Cendrars
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

A Chair for My Mother

Illustrator/Author: Vera B. Williams
Annotation:
Rosa, who lives with her loving mother and grandmother, describes how they save all their coins to buy a “wonderful, beautiful, fat, soft armchair” to replace the one that burned up in the fire in their old apartment.
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When I Was Young in the Mountains

Illustrator: Diane Goode
Author: Cynthia Rylant
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1982

Medal Winner

Jumanji

Illustrator/Author: Chris Van Allsburg
Annotation:
Left on their own for an afternoon, two bored and restless children find more excitement than they bargained for in a mysterious and thrilling jungle adventure board game.
Available Formats:

  • DB 50700 - Read by Laura Giannarelli. Reading time: 14 minutes.
  • BR 05317 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

A Visit to William Blake's Inn: Poems for Innocent and Experienced Travelers

Illustrator: Alice and Martin Provensen
Author: Nancy Willard
Annotation:
A collection of magical poems about life at an imaginary inn staffed by two dragons, two angels, and a rabbit who shows to their rooms many curious visitors, including a man in a marmalade hat and the king of cats.
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On Market Street

Illustrator: Anita Lobel
Author: Arnold Lobel
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Outside Over There

Illustrator/Author: Maurice Sendak
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Where the Buffaloes Begin

Illustrator: Stephen Gammell
Author: Olaf Baker
Annotation:
The legend of a brave little Indian boy who ventures out alone one night to find a mightly buffalo herd. His adventure ends with a wild and unforgettable ride through the dark to save his people.
Available Formats:

  • DB 18900 - Read by Knox Godfrey. Reading time: 20 minutes.

1981

Medal Winner

Fables

Illustrator/Author: Arnold Lobel
Annotation:
Twenty original fables featuring an array of animal characters from kangaroos to crocodiles.
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Honors

The Bremen-Town Musicians

Illustrator: Ilse Plume
Author: Brothers Grimm
Annotation:
Six folktales about furry and feathered creatures. The title piece tells of older, unwanted animals who travel toward the city, planning to be musicians. On the way they trick a house full of robbers. Includes a biographical note on the Brothers Grimm.
Available Formats:

  • DB 59870 - Read by Constnace Crawford. Reading time: 42 minutes.
  • BR 15894 - 1 volume.

The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher

Illustrator/Author: Molly Bang
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Mice Twice

Illustrator/Author: Joseph Low
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Truck

Illustrator/Author: Donald Crews
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1980

Medal Winner

Ox-Cart Man

Illustrator: Barbara Cooney
Author: Donald Hall
Annotation:
A lyrical journey through the days and weeks, the months, and the changing seasons in the life of one nineteenth-century New Englander and his family.
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Honors

Ben's Trumpet

Illustrator/Author: Rachel Isadora
Annotation:
Ben enjoys listening to the music from his neighborhood jazz club and plays along on his imaginary trumpet. One day the club's trumpeter notices Ben and sees his dream.
Available Formats:

  • DB 50752 - Read by Chuck Young. Reading time: 4 minutes.

The Garden of Abdul Gasazi

Illustrator/Author: Chris Van Allsburg
Annotation:
Miss Hester, off to visit her cousin Eunice, has left Alan Mitz in charge of her bad-mannered dog Fritz. Alan fears for the worst when he takes Fritz on his afternoon walk and the dog snaps out of his collar and leash and bolts for the garden of Abdul Gasazi, a retired magician who hates dogs.
Available Formats:

  • DB 34174 - Read by Robert Blumenfeld. Reading time: 8 minutes.

The Treasure

Illustrator/Author: Uri Shulevitz
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1979

Medal Winner

The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses

Illustrator/Author: Paul Goble
Annotation:
A tale of a young Native American girl who loved horses in a very special way. The people in her village noticed how she understood the wild horses, and how she could speak softly and the horses would follow her. Although fond of her parents and her tribe, the girl would at last become one of the Horse People.
Available Formats:

  • DB 38551 - Read by John Horton. Reading time: 8 minutes.
  • BR 10014 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

Freight Train

Illustrator/Author: Donald Crews
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Way to Start a Day

Illustrator: Peter Parnall
Author: Byrd Baylor
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1978

Medal Winner

Noah's Ark

Illustrator/Author: Peter Spier
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Castle

Illustrator/Author: David Macaulay
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


It Could Always Be Worse

Illustrator/Author: Margot Zemach
Annotation:
When a poor man living with his mother, wife, and six children in a tiny one-room hut complains about his crowded quaters, a wise rabbi shows him that “it could always be worse.”
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1977

Medal Winner

Ashanti to Zulu: African Traditions

Illustrator: Leo and Diane Dillon
Author: Margaret Musgrove
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

The Amazing Bone

Illustrator/Author: William Steig
Annotation:
While dawdling on her way home from school one wonderful afternoon in spring, Pearl Pig finds a small bone that has fallen out of a witch's basket.
Available Formats:

  • DB 53092 - Read by Colleen Delany. Reading time: 14 minutes.

The Contest

Illustrator/Author: Nonny Hogrogian
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Fish for Supper

Illustrator/Author: M. B. Goffstein
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Golem: A Jewish Legend

Illustrator/Author: Beverly Brodsky McDermott
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Hawk, I'm Your Brother

Illustrator: Peter Parnall
Author: Byrd Baylor
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1976

Medal Winner

Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears

Illustrator: Leo and Diane Dillon
Author: Verna Aardema
Annotation:
An amusing, repetitive tale explains why mosquitoes buzz in people's ears.
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Honors

The Desert is Theirs

Illustrator: Peter Parnall
Author: Byrd Baylor
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Strega Nona

Illustrator/Author: Tomie dePaola
Annotation:
In the town of Calabria, a long time ago, there lived an old lady known as Strega Nona, who owned a magic pot. One day, when Strega Nona went visiting, her helper, Big Anthony, almost destroyed the village by disobeying Strega Nona's warning not to touch the pot.
Available Formats:

  • DB 44296 - Read by Laura Giannarelli. Reading time: 10 minutes.
  • BR 17034 - PRINT/BRAILLE

1975

Medal Winner

Arrow to the Sun

Illustrator/Author: Gerald McDermott
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honor

Jambo Means Hello: A Swahili Alphabet Book

Illustrator: Tom Feelings
Author: Muriel Feelings
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1974

Medal Winner

Duffy and the Devil

Illustrator: Margot Zemach
Author: Harve Zemach
Annotation:
The devil does all of Duffy's spinning and knitting with the condition that he will take her away at the end of three years unless she can guess his name.
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Honors

Cathedral

Illustrator/Author: David Macaulay
Annotation:
Details how generations of dedicated churchmen and craftsmen, working for nearly a century, build a great cathedral in an imaginary town in thirteenth-century France.
Available Formats:

  • DB 42501 - Read by Lynn Schrichte. Reading time: 35 minutes.

Three Jovial Huntsmen

Illustrator/Author: Susan Jeffers
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1973

Medal Winner

The Funny Little Woman

Illustrator: Blair Lent
Author: Arlene Mosel
Annotation:
A lively retelling of a Japanese folk tale. A funny little woman who giggles all the time attempts to outsmart a horde of fearsome monsters who capture her and make her cook for them. In a surprise turn, the monsters have the last laugh and provide a humorous end to the story.
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Honors

Anansi the Spider: A Tale from the Ashanti

Illustrator/Author: Gerald McDermott
Annotation:
Anansi, a spider in Ghana, is saved from big trouble by each of his six sons in different ways. Anansi can't decide which son to reward for his rescue with a ball of light, so it is carried into the sky - and becomes the moon.
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Hosie's Alphabet

Illustrator: Leonard Baskin
Authors: Hosea, Tobias & Lisa Baskin
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs

Illustrator: Nancy Ekholm Burkert
Author: Brothers Grimm (translated by Randall Jarrell)
Annotation:
When Snow White runs away from the jealous queen of the kingdom, she is protected by seven dwarfs until the disguised queen gives her a poisonous apple. A young prince, however, brings Snow White out of her deep sleep with a kiss.
A robust translation of the beloved fairy tale that is faithful to the original story set down by the Grimm Brothers.
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When Clay Sings

Illustrator: Tom Bahti
Author: Byrd Baylor
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1972

Medal Winner

One Fine Day

Illustrator/Author: Nonny Hogrogian
Annotation:
After a greedy fox laps up an old woman's pail of milk, the woman cuts off his tail and refuses to sew it back until the fox refills her pail with milk.
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Honors

Hildilid's Night

Illustrator: Arnold Lobel
Author: Cheli Durán Ryan
Annotation:
An old woman who hates owls, stars, shadows, and everything else about the night tries as hard as she can to chase it away.
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If All the Seas Were One Sea

Illustrator/Author: Janina Domanska
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Moja Means One: Swahili Counting Book

Illustrator: Tom Feelings
Author: Muriel Feelings
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1971

Medal Winner

A Story A Story

Illustrator/Author: Gail E. Haley
Annotation:
Once upon a time, the world had no stories. This is the tale of how Ananse the spider obtained the Sky God's chest of stories - and how he outwitted and captured three fantasy creatures in order to do so.
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Honors

The Angry Moon

Illustrator: Blair Lent
Author: William Sleator
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT

Frog and Toad are Friends

Illustrator/Author: Arnold Lobel
Annotation:
Five stories about the adventures of two friends, a solemn green frog and a funny brown toad. When Frog is sick in bed looking green, Toad brings him some tea and tells him a story. And when Toad loses his button, Frog helps him find it.
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In the Night Kitchen

Illustrator/Author: Maurice Sendak
Annotation:
Mickey's dream tumbles him into the night kitchen, where three singing bakers mistake him for milk. Mickey sets them straight and flies to the Milky Way in an airplane made from dough to find milk for the bakers.
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1970

Medal Winner

Sylvester and the Magic Pebble

Illustrator/Author: William Steig
Annotation:
Frightened by an approaching lion, Sylvester the donkey asks his magic pebble to turn him into a rock. But, then, Sylvester is unable to grasp the pebble and wish himself back to normal.
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Honors

Alexander and the Wind-Up Mouse

Illustrator/Author: Leo Lionni
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Goggles!

Illustrator/Author: Ezra Jack Keats
Annotation:
Peter and his friend Archie are delighted when Peter finds an old pair of motorcycle goggles. They enjoy the new-found treasure only a little while before the neighborhood bullies try to take it from them.
Available Formats:

  • DB 32330 - Read by Gary Tipton. Reading time: 3 minutes.

The Judge: An Untrue Tale

Illustrator: Margot Zemach
Author: Harve Zemach
Annotation:
When five frightened defendants attempt to warn a judge about a horrible creature creeping closer and closer every day, he dismisses the witnesses as liars and nincompoops. Only after jailing them does the judge learn the truth about the monster.
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Pop Corn & Ma Goodness

Illustrator: Robert Andrew Parker
Author: Edna Mitchell Preston
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Thy Friend, Obadiah

Illustrator/Author: Brinton Turkle
Annotation:
Obadiah, a charming little Quaker boy of long-ago Nantucket, is plagued by a sea gull who follows him everywhere, even to Meeting. The boy is embarrassed by the gull's persistence until he fears that the bird is in distress.
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1969

Medal Winner

The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship

Illustrator: Uri Shulevitz
Author: Arthur Ransome
Annotation:
When the Czar proclaims that he will marry his daughter to the man who brings him a flying ship, the Fool of the World sets out to try his luck and meets some unusual companions on the way.
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Honor

Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky

Illustrator: Blair Lent
Author: Elphinstone Dayrell
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1968

Medal Winner

Drummer Hoff

Illustrator: Ed Emberley
Author: Barbara Emberley
Annotation:
A folk rhyme tells how soldiers work together to fire their cannon.
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Honors

The Emperor and the Kite

Illustrator: Ed Young
Author: Jane Yolen
Annotation:
When the emperor is imprisoned in a high tower, it is his smallest daughter, whom he had always ignored, who uses her kite to save him.
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Frederick

Illustrator/Author: Leo Lionni
Annotation:
When Frederick, the field mouse, is criticized by his friends for whiling away his time while they gather winter supplies, he explains that he is collecting words and colons for the long gray winter when they will run out of things to say.
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Seashore Story

Illustrator/Author: Taro Yashima
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1967

Medal Winner

Sam, Bangs, and Moonshine

Illustrator/Author: Evaline Ness
Annotation:
Motherless Samantha spends her time daydreaming and making up stories which her father calls “moonshine”. When her stories lead her cat and her friend to danger, she learns the difference between them and the truth.
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Honor

One Wide River to Cross

Illustrator: Ed Emberley
Author: Barbara Emberley
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1966

Medal Winner

Always Room for One More

Illustrator: Illustrator: Nonny Hogrogian
Author: Sorche Nic Leodhas
Annotation:
A lilting story based on an old Scottish folk song about generous Lachie MacLachlan, who invites every traveler who passes on a dark, stormy night into his wee house in the heather.
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Honors

Hide and Seek Fog

Illustrator: Roger Duvoisin
Author: Alvin Tresselt
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Just Me

Illustrator/Author: Marie Hall Ets
Annotation:
A little boy enjoys imitating the walk of one animal after another, but runs only as he can to meet his father for a boat ride at the end of the venture.
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Tom Tit Tot

Illustrator/Author: Evaline Ness
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1965

Medal Winner

May I Bring a Friend?

Illustrator: Beni Montresor
Author: Beatrice Schenk de Regniers
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

A Pocketful of Cricket

Illustrator: Evaline Ness
Author: Rebecca Caudill
Annotation:
When Jay goes to drive the cows home, he notices many intriguing things and brings back an assortment of treasures. Chief among them is a live cricket, which accompanies him on his first day at school.
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Rain Makes Applesauce

Illustrator: Marvin Bileck
Author: Julian Scheer
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Wave

Illustrator: Blair Lent
Author: Margaret Hodges
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1964

Medal Winner

Where the Wild Things Are

Illustrator/Author: Maurice Sendak
Annotation:
After being sent to bed without supper for misbehaving, Max puts on his wolf suit and sails away 'through night and day and in and out of weeks and almost over a year' to where the wild things are.
Available Formats:

  • DB 22906 - Read by Michael McCullough. Reading time: 4 minutes.
  • BR 16352 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

All in the Morning Early

Illustrator: Evaline Ness
Author: Sorche Nic Leodhas
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Mother Goose and Nursery Rhymes

Illustrator/Author: Philip Reed
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Swimmy

Illustrator/Author: Leo Lionni
Annotation:
Swimmy is the only black fish in a school of little red fish who live in a corner of the sea. One day a big fish comes along and eats all the little red fish, but Swimmy, who can swim very fast, escapes. He is very sad, until he starts meeting all the other wonderful creatures in the sea. Available Formats:


1963

Medal Winner

The Snowy Day

Illustrator/Author: Ezra Jack Keats
Annotation:
Young Peter is thrilled to wake up to snow piled high. He spends the day crunching, sliding, building a snowman, making snow angels, and having a great time.
Available Formats:

  • DB 43471 - Read by Chuck Young. Reading time: 3 minutes.
  • BR 10045 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present

Illustrator: Maurice Sendak
Author: Charlotte Zolotow
Annotation:
An unusual rabbit helps a little girl come up with the perfect present for her mother's birthday.
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The Sun is a Golden Earring

Illustrator: Bernarda Bryson
Author: Natalia M. Belting
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1962

Medal Winner

Once a Mouse

Illustrator: Marcia Brown
Author: Hitopadesa
Annotation:
A fable from India. A compassionate hermit changes a frightened mouse into successively larger animals to save him from his enemies until the mouse's arrogance brings about his downfall.
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Honors

The Day We Saw the Sun Come Up

Illustrator: Adrienne Adams
Author: Alice E. Goudey
Annotation:
A brother and sister rise before dawn to see the sun come up for the first time in their lives. They follow the sun all day long, and after supper their mother explains what makes day and night.
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Fox Went out on a Chilly Night: An Old Song

Illustrator/Author: Peter Spier
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Little Bear's Visit

Illustrator: Maurice Sendak
Author: Else H. Minarik
Annotation:
While visiting his grandparents, Little Bear hears stories about his mother when she was a girl.
Available Formats:

  • DB 44914 - Read by Suzanne Toren. Reading time: 12 minutes.
  • BR 15233 - 1 volume.

1961

Medal Winner

Baboushka and the Three Kings

Illustrator: Nicolas Sidjakov
Author: Ruth Robbins
Annotation:
A reverent retelling of the Christmas legend about an old woman who is too busy with her housework to accompany the three kings in their search for the Christ Child.
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Honor

Inch by Inch

Illustrator/Author: Leo Lionni
Annotation:
A youngster takes his rake and hoe and, inch by inch and row by row, plans to make a garden grow.
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1960

Medal Winner

Nine Days to Christmas

Illustrator/Author: Marie Hall Ets
Co-Author: Aurora Labastida
Annotation:
Ceci, a little Mexican girl, is excited because she is finally old enough to buy a pinata for the village Christmas party.
Available Formats:

  • DB 22909 - Read by Janis Gray. Reading time: 21 minutes.
  • BR 05922 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

Houses from the Sea

Illustrator: Adrienne Adams
Author: Alice E. Goudey
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Moon Jumpers

Illustrator: Maurice Sendak
Author: Janice May Udry
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1959

Medal Winner

Chanticleer and the Fox

Illustrator: Barbara Cooney
Author: Geoffrey Chaucer
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

The House that Jack Built: La Maison Que Jacques A Batie

Illustrator/Author: Antonio Frasconi
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Umbrella

Illustrator/Author: Taro Yashima
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


What Do You Say, Dear?

Illustrator: Maurice Sendak
Author: Sesyle Joslin
Annotation:
A guide to good manners for all occasions for young ladies and gentlemen. Offers advice on how to cope correctly with a variety of common and uncommon social situations.
Available Formats:

  • DB 55946 - Read by Faith Potts. Reading time: 5 minutes.
  • BR 05068 - PRINT/BRAILLE

1958

Medal Winner

Time of Wonder

Illustrator/Author: Robert McCloskey
Annotation:
The author describes the enchanting beauty of a Maine island in rain, fog, sunshine, and hurricane.
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Honors

Anatole and the Cat

Illustrator: Paul Galdone
Author: Eve Titus
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Fly High, Fly Low

Illustrator/Author: Don Freeman
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1957

Medal Winner

A Tree is Nice

Illustrator: Marc Simont
Author: Janice Udry
Annotation:
A simple text explains in childlike terms why trees are nice to have around and to be around.
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Honors

Anatole

Illustrator: Paul Galdone
Author: Eve Titus
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Gillespie and the Guards

Illustrator: James Daugherty
Author: Benjamin Elkin
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Lion

Illustrator/Author: William Pène du Bois
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Mr. Penny's Race Horse

Illustrator/Author: Marie Hall Ets
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1 is One

Illustrator/Author: Tasha Tudor
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1956

Medal Winner

Frog Went A-Courtin'

Illustrator: Feodor Rojankovsky
Author: John Langstaff
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Crow Boy

Illustrator/Author: Taro Yashima
Annotation:
Moving story about a shy little Japanese boy whose classmates ignore or make fun of him until a new teacher discovers that he has wonderful and unusual talents.
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Play With Me

Illustrator/Author: Marie Hall Ets
Annotation:
Little girl looking for playmate tries unsuccessfully to entice creatures in the meadow. When she sits down quietly, each one comes back to get acquainted.
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1955

Medal Winner

Cinderella, or the Little Glass Slipper

Illustrator/Author: Marcia Brown
Annotation:
Saved from the cruelty of her wicked stepmother, a poor girl goes to the king's ball with the help of her fairy godmother.
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Honors

Book of Nursery and Mother Goose Rhymes

Illustrator/Author: Marguerite de Angeli
Annotation:
This collection of nursery rhymes has been popular with children for almost 20 years. De Angeli offers more than 400 Mother Goose rhymes, including the old favorites and many less familiar ones.
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The Thanksgiving Story

Illustrator: Helen Sewell
Author: Alice Dalgliesh
Annotation:
This story follows the Hopkins family from the time they leave England through their difficult voyage on the Mayflower to the first Thanksgiving feast at Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Available Formats:

  • DB 26489 - Read by Mary O'Neal. Reading time: 18 minutes.
  • BR 02187 - PRINT/BRAILLE?

Wheel On The Chimney

Illustrator: Tibor Gergely
Author: Margaret Wise Brown
Annotation:
A Hungarian farmer ties a big wheel to his chimney. He hopes that two storks will nest there and bring good luck to his family. And they do.
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1954

Medal Winner

Madeline's Rescue

Illustrator/Author: Ludwig Bemelmans
Annotation:
Another story about little Madeline in Paris, this time being rescued from the Seine by a dog named Genevieve. Madeline and her schoolmates fight over who gets to sleep with the beloved dog. Companion to Madeline (DB 44292). For grades K-3.
Available Formats:

  • DB 44293 - Read by Laura Giannarelli. Reading time: 6 minutes.
  • BR 05901 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

Green Eyes

Illustrator/Author: A. Birnbaum
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Journey Cake, Ho!

Illustrator: Robert McCloskey
Author: Ruth Sawyer
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Steadfast Tin Soldier

Illustrator: Marcia Brown
Author: Hans Christian Andersen (Translated by M. R. James)
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


A Very Special House

Illustrator: Maurice Sendak
Author: Ruth Krauss
Annotation:
A nonsensical story in verse about an imaginary house shared by a young boy and a turtle, a rabbit, a giant, and a lion who eats the stuffings from the chairs.
Available Formats:


When Will the World Be Mine?

Illustrator: Jean Charlot
Author: Miriam Schlein
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1953

Medal Winner

The Biggest Bear

Illustrator/Author: Lynd Ward
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Ape in a Cape: An Alphabet of Odd Animals

Illustrator/Author: Fritz Eichenberg
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Five Little Monkeys

Illustrator/Author: Juliet Kepes
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


One Morning in Maine

Illustrator/Author: Robert McCloskey
Annotation:
One morning in Maine, Sal jumps out of bed and hurries to get dressed. Today she and her baby sister Jane are going with their father to Buck's Harbor. As Sal is brushing her teeth, she discovers a loose tooth. Before the morning is over her tooth has fallen out, but she can't find it. Now she won't be able to put it under her pillow and make a wish. She wonders if her wish will come true anyway.
Available Formats:


Puss in Boots

Illustrator: Marcia Brown
Author: Charles Perrault
Annotation:
A poor miller's son gains a fortune and marries a beautiful princess with the help of his cat, the clever Puss.
Available Formats:


The Storm Book

Illustrator: Margaret Bloy Graham
Author: Charlotte Zolotow
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1952

Medal Winner

Finders Keepers

Illustrator: Nicholas Mordvinoff
Author: Will Lipkind
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

All Falling Down

Illustrator: Margaret Bloy Graham
Author: Gene Zion
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Bear Party

Illustrator/Author: William Pène du Bois
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Feather Mountain

Illustrator/Author: Elizabeth Olds
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Mr. T. W. Anthony Woo

Illustrator/Author: Marie Hall Ets
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Skipper John's Cook

Illustrator/Author: Marcia Brown
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1951

Medal Winner

The Egg Tree

Illustrator/Author: Katherine Milhous
Annotation:
A houseful of Pennsylvania Dutch cousins enjoy an exciting Easter egg hunt. Katy's discovery of pretty eggs decorated by her grandmother long ago leads to a new family tradition.
Available Formats:

  • DB 60891 - Read by Kate Kiley. Reading time: 17 minutes.
  • BR 06109 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

Dick Whittington and His Cat

Illustrator/Author: Marcia Brown
Annotation:
A simple retelling of the English legend about poor Dick Whittington, who achieved fame and fortune by selling his beloved cat to an eastern king plagued by rats.
Available Formats:


If I Ran the Zoo

Illustrator/Author: Dr. Seuss
Annotation:
In rollicking rhymes young Gerald McGrew describes the fabulous, imaginary animals that he would scour the world for and put in his New Zoo, the McGrew Zoo.
Available Formats:

  • DB 34725 - Read by George Backman. Reading time: 11 minutes.
  • BR 04661 - PRINT/BRAILLE

The Most Wonderful Doll in the World

Illustrator: Helen Stone
Author: Phyllis McGinley
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


T-Bone, the Baby Sitter

Illustrator/Author: Clare Turlay Newberry
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Two Reds

Illustrator: Nicholas Mordvinoff
Author: William Lipkind
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1950

Medal Winner

Song of the Swallows

Illustrator/Author: Leo Politi
Annotation:
California. Old gardener Julian and young schoolboy Juan watch the swallows that nest in the mission gardens fly away for the winter. When the swallows return in the spring, Juan and Julian ring the mission bells to welcome the birds back to Capistrano.
Available Formats:


Honors

America's Ethan Allen

Illustrator: Lynd Ward
Author: Stewart Hall Holbrook
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Bartholomew and the Oobleck

Illustrator/Author: Dr. Seuss
Annotation:
Angry about the same four things always falling from the sky - rain, sunshine, snow, and fog - the king of the kingdom of Didd orders his royal magicians to create something new to fall from the sky.
Available Formats:

  • DB 34054 - Read by John Horton. Reading time: 22 minutes.
  • BR 08721 - 1 volume.

The Happy Day

Illustrator: Marc Simont
Author: Ruth Krauss
Annotation:
An easy-to-read story about the delightful surprise that the animals find in the snow.
Available Formats:


Henry Fisherman

Illustrator/Author: Marcia Brown
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Wild Birthday Cake

Illustrator: Hildegard Woodward
Author: Lavinia R. Davis
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1949

Medal Winner

The Big Snow

Illustrator/Author: Berta and Elmer Hader
Annotation:
A little old man and woman who live in the only house on the hillside keep all the birds and animals fed during the long, cold winter.
Available Formats:


Honors

All Around the Town

Illustrator: Helen Stone
Author: Phyllis McGinley
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Blueberries for Sal

Illustrator/Author: Robert McCloskey
Annotation:
One day in Maine, Little Sal goes blueberry picking with her mother. Little Bear also comes with his mother to eat blueberries on the other side of the hill. There is quite a mix up when the little ones stray from their mothers.
Available Formats:

  • DB 52440 - Read by Kimberly Schraf. Reading time: 9 minutes.
  • BR 13566 - 1 volume.

Fish in the Air

Illustrator/Author: Kurt Wiese
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Juanita

Illustrator/Author: Leo Politi
Annotation:
Juanita, a little Mexican girl who lives on Olvera Street in Los Angeles, celebrates both her fifth birthday and the blessing of the animals on the day before Easter.
Available Formats:


1948

Medal Winner

White Snow, Bright Snow

Illustrator: Roger Duvoisin
Author: Alvin Tresselt
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Bambino the Clown

Illustrator/Author: Georges Schreiber
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


McElligot's Pool

Illustrator/Author: Dr. Seuss
Annotation:
Young Marco has spent three hours with his fishing pole at tiny McElligot's Pool without one single bite. He's not discouraged because he imagines all the wonderful fish that might still be caught.
Available Formats:


Roger and the Fox

Illustrator: Hildegard Woodward
Author: Lavinia R. Davis
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Song of Robin Hood

Illustrator: Virginia Lee Burton
Author: Anne Malcolmson
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Stone Soup

Illustrator/Author: Marcia Brown
Annotation:
When three hungry soldiers in a strange land ask some villagers for food, they are told there is none. So the soldiers decide to show the townspeople how to make soup from water and three round stones.
Available Formats:

  • DB 50548 - Read by Chuck Young. Reading time: 8 minutes.

1947

Medal Winner

The Little Island

Illustrator: Leonard Weisgard
Author: Margaret Wise Brown
Annotation:
The story of a small island, its weather, and the creatures who visit it, including a kitten.
Available Formats:

  • DB 58520 - Read by Erik Synnestvedt. Reading time: 6 minutes.
  • BR 16004 - PRINT/BRAILLE

Honors

Boats on the River

Illustrator: Jay Hyde Barnum
Author: Marjorie Flack
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Pedro, the Angel of Olvera Street

Illustrator/Author: Leo Politi
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Rain Drop Splash

Illustrator: Leonard Weisgard
Author: Alvin Tresselt
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Sing in Praise: A Collection of the Best Loved Hymns

Illustrator: Marjorie Torrey
Author: Opal Wheeler
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Timothy Turtle

Illustrator: Tony Palazzo
Author: Al Graham
Annotation:
Irresistible nonsense verse about what happens when Timothy Turtle decides to become an adventurer.
Available Formats:


1946

Medal Winner

The Rooster Crows

Illustrator/Author: Maud and Miska Petersham
Annotation:
A classic collection of nursery rhymes, finger games, counting songs, skipping-rope rhymes, and other jingles loved by generations of American children.
Available Formats:


Honors

Little Lost Lamb

Illustrator/Author: Leonard Weisgard
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


My Mother is the Most Beautiful Woman in the World

Illustrator: Ruth Gannett
Author: Becky Reyher
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Sing Mother Goose

Illustrator: Marjorie Torrey
Author: Opal Wheeler
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


You Can Write Chinese

Illustrator/Author: Kurt Wiese
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1945

Medal Winner

Prayer for a Child

Illustrator: Elizabeth Orton Jones
Author: Rachel Field
Annotation:
Gentle verses and illustrations express a child's gratitude for her parents' love, her toys, the firelight, and all the other people and things she loves.
Available Formats:


Honors

The Christmas Anna Angel

Illustrator: Kate Seredy
Author: Ruth Sawyer
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


In the Forest

Illustrator/Author: Marie Hall Ets
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Mother Goose

Illustrator: Tasha Tudor
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Yonie Wondernose

Illustrator: Marguerite de Angeli
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1944

Medal Winner

Many Moons

Illustrator: Louis Slobodkin
Author: James Thurber
Annotation:
Princess Lenore, who is 10 going on 11, falls ill from eating too many raspberry tarts. When her father, the King, promises her anything that will make her well, Princess Lenore asks for the moon.
Available Formats:

  • DB 39639 - Read by Bob Askey. Reading time: 20 minutes.

Honors

A Child's Good Night Book

Illustrator: Jean Charlot
Author: Margaret Wise Brown
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Good-Luck Horse

Illustrator: Plato Chan
Author: Chih-Yi Chan
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Mighty Hunter

Illustrator/Author: Berta and Elmer Hader
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Pierre Pidgeon

Illustrator: Arnold E. Bare
Author: Lee Kingman
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Small Rain: Verses From The Bible

Illustrator: Elizabeth Orton Jones
Author: Jessie Orton Jones
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1943

Medal Winner

The Little House

Illustrator/Author: Virginia Lee Burton
Annotation:
The story of a pretty little house built for a family by a man who never wanted it to be sold. The seasons and the years pass, and gradually a city surrounds the little house until it is rescued in a wonderful way.
Available Formats:

  • DB 50547 - Read by Kimberly Schraf. Reading time: 10 minutes.
  • BR 13455 - 1 volume.

Honors

Dash and Dart

Illustrator/Author: Mary and Conrad Buff
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Marshmallow

Illustrator/Author: Clare Turlay Newberry
Annotation:
Oliver, a cat who wants peace and quiet, is upset when his owner Miss Tilly brings a frolicsome little bunny, Marshmallow, into the apartment. After some adjusting, Oliver adopts Marshmallow as his own kitten.
Available Formats:


1942

Medal Winner

Make Way for Ducklings

Illustrator/Author: Robert McCloskey
Annotation:
Five helpful Boston policemen stop busy city traffic so that Mrs. Mallard can move her family of eight ducklings from their island in the Charles River to their new home in the Public Garden.
Available Formats:

  • DB 42913 - Read by John Horton. Reading time: 8 minutes.

Honors

An American ABC

Illustrator/Author: Maud and Miska Petersham
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


In My Mother's House

Illustrator: Velino Herrera
Author: Ann Nolan Clark
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Nothing At All

Illustrator/Author: Wanda Gág
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1941

Medal Winner

They Were Strong and Good

Illustrator/Author: Robert Lawson
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

April's Kittens

Illustrator/Author: Clare Turlay Newberry
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Paddle-to-the-Sea

Illustrator/Author: Holling C. Holling
Annotation:
A First Nations boy sets a foot-long canoe afloat on Ontario's Lake Nipigon. As the little dugout drifts through the Great Lakes to the ocean, strangers honor the message carved in the wood: “Please put me back in water. I am Paddle-to-the-Sea.” Available Formats:


1940

Medal Winner

Abraham Lincoln

Illustrator/Author: Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire
Annotation:
The story of Abraham Lincoln from his birth in the Kentucky wilderness to his term as the president who led his country through the Civil War.
Available Formats:


Honors

The Ageless Story

Illustrator/Author: Lauren Ford
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Cock-a-Doodle Doo

Illustrator/Author: Berta and Elmer Hader
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Madeline

Illustrator/Author: Ludwig Bemelmans
Annotation:
A story in rhyme about a little girl in a Paris boarding school who manages to have a lively time in spite of appendicitis.
Available Formats:

  • DB 44292 - Read by Laura Giannarelli. Reading time: 4 minutes.

1939

Medal Winner

Mei Li

Illustrator/Author: Thomas Handforth
Annotation:
Mei Li, a little Chinese girl, spends an exciting day at the New Year's fair and races home on camelback through darkness to greet the Kitchen God at midnight.
Available Formats:


Honors

Andy and the Lion

Illustrator/Author: James Daugherty
Annotation:
Andy meets a lion on the way to school and wins his friendship for life by removing a thorn from his paw. A retelling of “Androcles and the Lion.”
Available Formats:

  • DB 61829 - Read by Alexander Strain. Reading time: 5 minutes.
  • BR 16459 - 1 volume.

Barkis

Illustrator/Author: Clare Turlay Newberry
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


The Forest Pool

Illustrator/Author: Laura Adams Armer
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Illustrator/Author: Wanda Gág
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Wee Gillis

Illustrator: Robert Lawson
Author: Munro Leaf
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


1938

Medal Winner

Animals of the Bible

Illustrator: Dorothy P. Lathrop
Author: Helen Dean Fish
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Honors

Four and Twenty Blackbirds

Illustrator: Robert Lawson
Author: Helen Dean Fish
NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY FORMAT


Seven Simeons: A Russian Tale

Illustrator/Author: Boris Artzybasheff
Annotation:
A folk tale in which seven brothers, each with a special talent, aid their king.
Available Formats:


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