Sunday, November 30, 2008


202nd post

I liked yesterday's list so much I've decided to make a follow-up: all the Caldecott Award-winning books I have ever read! (Yes, I did stop giving a darn about what people think a long time ago.)

"Joseph Had a Little Overcoat", by Simms Taback (2000)
"Snowflake Bentley", by Mary Azarian (1999)
"Rapunzel", by Paul O. Zelinsky (1998)
"Golem", by David Wiesniewski (1997)
"Officer Buckle and Golria", by Peggy Rathmann (1996)
"Mirette on the High Wire", by Emily Arnold McCully (1993)
"Lon Po Po", by Ed Young (1990)
"Owl Moon", by Jane Yolen and John Schoenherr (1988)
"Hey Al", by Arthur Yorinks and Richard Egielski (1987)
"Ox-Cart Man", by Donald Hall and Barbara Cooney (1980)
"Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears", by Verna Aardema and Leo & Diane Dillon (1976)
"Sylvester and the Magic Pebble", by William Steig (1970)
"May I Bring a Friend?", by Beatrice Schenk de Regniers and Beni Montressor (1965)
"Where the Wild Things Are", by Maurice Sendak (1964)
"The Snowy Day", by Ezra Jack Keats (1963)
"Time of Wonder", by Robert McCloskey (1958)
"Madeline's Rescue", by Ludwig Bemelmans (1954)
"Many Moons", by James Thurber and Luois Slobodkin (1944)
"Make Way for Ducklings", by Robert McCloskey (1942)

"Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type", by Doreen Cronin and Betsy Lewin (2001)
"Olivia", by Ian Falconer ('01)
"When Sophie Gets Angry - Really, Really Angry", by Molly Bang (2000)
"No, David!", by David Shannon (1999)
"Zin! Zin! Zin! a Violin", by Lloyd Moss and Marjorie Priceman (1996)
"Time Flies", by Eric Rohmann (1995)
"In the Small, Small Pond", by Denise Fleming (1994)
"Yo! Yes?", by Richard Jackson and Chris Raschka ('94)
"The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales", by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith (1993)
"The Talking Eggs", by Robert D. San Souci and Jerry Pinkney (1990)
"Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins", by Eric Kimmel and Trina Schart Hyman ('90)
"Free Fall", by David Wiesner (1989)
"Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters", by John Steptoe (1988)
"The Relatives Came", by Cynthia Rylant and Stephen Gammell (1986)
"Ten, Nine, Eight", by Molly Bang (1984)
"On Market Street", by Arnold and Anita Lobel (1982)
"Truck", by Donald Crews (1981)
"Freight Train", by Donald Crews (1979)
"The Amazing Bone", by William Steig (1977)
"Strega Nona", by Tomie dePaola (1976)
"Anansi the Spider", by Gerald McDermott (1973)
"Frog and Toad are Friends", by Arnold Lobel (1971)
"In the Night Kitchen", by Maurice Sendak ('71)
"Alexander and the Wind-Up Mouse", by Leo Lionni (1970)
"Frederick", by Leo Lionni (1968)
"One Wide River to Cross", by Barbara and Ed Emberley (1967)
"Swimmy", by Leo Lionni (1964)
"Anatole", by Eve Titus and Paul Galdone (1957)
"Play With Me", by Marie Hall Ets (1956)
"If I Ran the Zoo", by Dr. Seuss (1951)
"Bartholomew and the Oobleck", by Dr. Seuss (1950)
"Blueberries for Sal", by Robert McCloskey (1949)
"Stone Soup", by Marcia Brown (1948)
"McElligot's Pool", by Dr. Seuss ('48)
"In the Forest", by Marie Hall Ets (1945)
"Madeline", by Ludwig Bemelmans (1940)

TODAY'S BOOK: "Hot Fudge Hero", by Pat Brisson ((c) 1997)


Make Way for Ducklings is STILL one of my favorite books of all time. :-)
Who CAN'T love a book that has a chracter named Ouack and the sound effect "WEEBK!"? :-D
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