The Newbery and Caldecott awards: a guide to the medal and honor books, Book 2000
American Library Association, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 167 pages
With its vivid annotations for all winning medal and honor books since the inception of the awards (Newbery in 1922 and Caldecott in 1938), librarians and teachers everywhere rely on this indispensable guide for quick-reference, collection and curriculum development, and readers' advisory. Indexed by title and author/illustrator, the 2001 edition includes background on the awards and photos of the new medalists and their books. New to this edition is an essay ("Reflections and Thoughts of the 2000 Newbery Committee") by Carolyn Brodie, who in collaboration with her fellow judges, reminisces about an intense year of reading for this esteemed appointment.
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