In the words of the winners the Newbery and Caldecott medals, 2001-2010 için kapak resmi
In the words of the winners the Newbery and Caldecott medals, 2001-2010
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Chicago : American Library Association, 2011.
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xxv, 219 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.
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E-Kitap 1382995-1001 Z1037 .A2 I52 2011 ALA E-Kitap Koleksiyonu

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Winners of the most respected prizes in children's literature speak out in an exclusive collection of acceptance speeches, culled from the archives of the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) and The Horn Book magazine. Featuring authors and illustrators selected during the past 10 years, the book includes speeches by * Neil Gaiman (Newbery 2009) * David Wiesner (Caldecott 2002, 2007) * Kate DiCamillo (Newbery 2004) * Jerry Pinkney (Caldecott 2010) * Avi (Newbery 2003) Each speech is accompanied by the Horn Book review of the winning title and a biographical profile of its celebrated creator. Three insightful introductory essays examine changes in youth publishing during the last decade, rounding out an engaging glimpse at the originality of the writers and artists whose work informs the direction of children's literature.

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With budgets reduced everywhere, many of us feel guilty about spending o. professiona. titles. Is it worth buying a book only a few patrons will read? But this decade's worth of Newbery and Caldecott acceptance speeches, arranged chronologically, has appeal for anyone interested in the power of literature for children. Nineteen authors and illustrators tell us of their backgrounds, their inspirations, and the challenges (many credit libraries and librarians) of getting a work into the hands and hearts of readers. Each speech is preceded by the Horn Book review of the book and followed by a biographical profile of the author or illustrator, written by a children's literature expert. Even if you've heard a few of these speeches already, this is a must for most public libraries and children's literature collections.--Gooden, Susa. Copyright 2010 Booklist


Roger SuttonNina LindsayJoanna Rudge LongRichard PeckMarc TalbertDavid SmallPatricia Lee GauchLinda Sue ParkDinah StevensonDavid WiesnerAnita SilveyAviDonna BrayEric RohmannPhilip PullmanKate DiCamilloJane Resh ThomasMordicai GersteinElizabeth GordonCynthia KadohataCaitlyn M. DlouhyKevin HenkesSusan HirschmanLynne Rae PerkinsVirginia DuncanChris RashkaRichard JacksonSusan PatronVirginia A. WalterRichard JacksonDavid WiesnerDinah StevensonLaura Amy SchlitzMary Lee DonovanBrian SelznickTracy MackNeil GaimanElise HowardBeth KrommesAnn RiderRebecca SteadWendy LambJerry PinkneyAndrea Spooner
Prefacep. ix
The Changing Landscape of Children's Book Publishingp. xi
Newbery Medal Books, 2001-2010p. xv
Caldecott Medal Books, 2001-2010p. xxi
2001 Newbery: A Year Down Yonderp. 1
Author Profilep. 6
Caldecott: So You Want to Be President? illustratedp. 12
Illustrator Profilep. 19
2002 Newbery: A Single Shardp. 22
Author Profilep. 29
Caldecott: The Three Pigs, written and illustratedp. 34
Illustrator Profilep. 40
2003 Newbery: Crispin: The Cross of Leadp. 45
Author Profilep. 53
Caldecott: My Friend Rabbit, written and illustratedp. 56
Illustrator Profilep. 62
2004 Newbery: The Tale of Despereaux: Being the Story of a Mouse, a Princess, Some Soup, and a Spool of Threadp. 66
Author Profilep. 71
Caldecott: The Man Who Walked between the Towers, written and illustratedp. 74
Illustrator Profilep. 79
2005 Newbery: Kira-Kirap. 82
Author Profilep. 90
Caldecott: Kitten's First Full Moon, written and illustratedp. 97
Illustrator Profilep. 102
2006 Newbery: Criss Crossp. 106
Author Profilep. 113
Caldecott: The Hello, Goodbye Window, illustratedp. 116
Illustrator Profilep. 124
2007 Newbery: The Higher Power of Luckyp. 126
Author Profilep. 134
Author Profilep. 136
Caldecott: Flotsam, Written and illustratedp. 138
Illustrator Profilep. 144
2008 Newbery: Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! Voices from a Medieval Villagep. 147
Author Profilep. 153
Caldecott: The Invention of Hugo Cabret, written and illustratedp. 162
Illustrator Profilep. 168
2009 Newbery: The Graveyard Bookp. 172
Author Profilep. 179
Caldecott: The House in the Night, illustratedp. 182
Illustrator Profilep. 187
2010 Newbery: When You Reach Mep. 190
Author Profilep. 196
Caldecott: The Lion and the Mouse, illustratedp. 199
Illustrator Profilep. 204
Creditsp. 209
Indexp. 211