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My Next Readathon: Children's Books

Hi… So, I’m back from vacation and ready to plan the Children’s Books Readathon. Given that there’s less than 2 weeks before July is here, I’m wondering if August would be better to give us enough time to thoroughly plan the authors, books and posts. 619 more words

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Caldecott Medal

Anyone who has ever read a book with a child knows the power and the magic of illustrations in children’s literature. The artwork in a picture book is as much a part of its draw and engagement as is the text. 526 more words

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Caldecott Awards 2018

WINNER

Title: Wolf in the Snow
See previous post (Man was I wrong about this one’s chances!)

HONOR BOOKS

Title: Big Cat, Little Cat
Author/Illustrator: Elisha Cooper… 1,246 more words

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3 Don't-Miss Picture Books

Crown: an Ode to the Fresh Cut by Derrick Barnes and Gordon C. James. Bolden from Agate Publishing, 2017.
I’d seen this on the shelf, but was moved to check it out when listening to the Caldecott Contender episode of… 525 more words

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Slavery And Four Years Of War, Vol. 1-2 EPUB

Joseph Warren Keifer is the author of Slavery and Four Years of War, Vol. 1-2 A Political History of Slavery in the United States Together With a Narrati Slavery and Four Years of War, Vol. 531 more words

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R. Caldecott'S First Collection Of Pictures And Songs DOC

Amazon: Kate Greenaway’s Mother Goose (The Huntington Library Children’s Classics) (9780873282161): Kate Greenaway, James Thorpe: Books 23/11/2006 Wow! Thanks for sharing this wonderful collection of poetry from Emily 🙂 She is one of my favorite poets, and I loved how pictures of her and her home Buying or selling works by Randolph Caldecott (1846 to 1886), Victorian artist and book illustrator. 314 more words

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There are two sides to every story...

Singer, M.  (2010). Mirror, Mirror. New York, NY:  Dutton.

Familiar fairy tales get a new spin in this book of poems. Each poem has two sides, meaning they are to be read once then again in reverse. 261 more words

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