The man behind the award
Randolph Caldecott's illustrations have provided inspiration for hundreds of children's picture books.
The verdict is in on this year’s Caldecott winners
Worth a trip to the library, but probably not the bookstore.
Friendship does not always require words
This author says it all with pictures.
Children learn patience in large families
Christopher learns to appreciate what others enjoy doing.
Children’s travel log
The first in a series of geography based books
The amazing kookaburra
"For all the birds that I tried to save as a child."
Eric Carle gets personal
A story based on his childhood experience.
The joys of a simple life
A city boy discovers happiness at a country home.
Grandfather inspires courage in young girl
An Irish family immigrates to America.
A good read-aloud
A short bedtime story.
Simplicity is hard to find
A simple bedtime book
Books make bedtime easier
Another of Jerry Pinkney's delightful picture books.
How much do you value books?
An award-winning author; a "rising star" illustrator
Overscheduled children and overtired parents
A picture book that highlights family time.
Why do boys love trucks so much?
A bestselling picture book for nearly three years.
Do children still use their imagination?
An Australian Children's Book Council winner.
A message of goodwill and bonding
The Australian outback floods.
Why children are wiser (and happier) than adults
I think G. K. Chesterton would have liked this Caldecott Honor book.
Bob Dylan turns book writer
A captivating combination of music and text.
A picture book “must have”
A bestseller for bird lovers and an intensely moving story of children's love for their mother.
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