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This title is sure to be discussed by the Caldecott Committee.
First Look: 'Mr. Wuffles!' - Publishers Weekly Publishers Weekly So he put that picture book idea aside and worked on The Three Pigs, which won the 2002 Caldecott Medal.
There have been whispers about this book as a Caldecott contender.
John Schumacher moderated a panel at the 2013 IRA conference with three Caldecott winners. There are lots of resources here.
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Wonderful ideas to celebrate a wonderful award; 75 years strong.
This artwork is so softly textured you want to reach out and touch it.
Stephen Savage has a gift.
Absolutely stunning paintings (almost better than photographs) capture the essence of frog to not ony compliment but enhance the text.
Compleling artwork brings history to life.
New picture books starring a pair of goslings, animated chickens, lucky ducklings, and a boy and his bluebird.
I've read Bluebird and see it as a top contender for the Caldecott.
Melissa Sweet has again used her considerable talent to bring the past into the present.
Vibrant, energetic visual enhance and elevate a story of imaginatin gone WILD.
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John Schumacher is hosting a panel at the International Reading Association conference.
There is something very special about the artwork of Matthew Cordell.
The artwork in this book is delightful; filled with warmth.
The Caldecott Medal has been awarded by the American Library Association since 1938 to the artist of the most distinguished picture book published in the United States in the preceding year. The 75th anniversary logo was created by Brian Selznick.
Without a doubt this book will be brought to the table for discussion as a possible winner.
This is one of the best wordless books of 2013; beautiful.
Adam Rex's illustrations are terrific!
Carin Berger's shadow boxes are clever, creative and unbelievable.
I have been fascinated with the art of Wendy Halperin since the beginning of her career. This book is stunning.
This theme in books is getting much attention. Another offering similiar to Matthew Cordell's hello! hello! last year in a different style and approach.
Lita Judge's artwork nakes words unnecessary.
Sergio Ruzzier has designed an absolutely perfect picture book.
Caldecott engaged children's imaginations The Tennessean They named the recognition of the best illustrators the Caldecott Medal.