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2000

Joseph Had a Little Overcoat

by Taback, Simms

A Caldecott Medal winner. A very old overcoat is recycled numerous times into a variety of garments.

Sector 7

by Wiesner, David

The Ugly Duckling

by Pinkney, Jerry

A Child's Calendar

by Updike, John

This calendar features a poem from noted author Updike for each month of the year.

When Sophie Gets Angry - Really, Really Angry

by Bang, Molly

Sophie gets mad, climbs a tree to calm down, and is soon ready to come home to her loving family. "The text is. . . brief, for it is Bang's double-page illustrations, vibrating with saturated colors, that reveal the drama of the child's emotions.

1999

Snowflake Bentley

by Martin, Jacqueline Briggs

A biography of a self-taught scientist who photographed thousands of individual snowflakes in order to study their unique formations.

No, David!

by Shannon, David

When David Shannon was five years old, he wrote and illustrated his first book. On every page were these words: "No, David!... and a picture of David doing things he was not supposed to do. Now David is all grown up. But some things never change...

Tibet Through the Red Box

by Sís, Peter

Duke Ellington: The Piano Prince and His Orchestra

by Pinkney, Andrea Davis

Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington, "King of the Keys," was born on April 29, 1899, in Washington, D.C.

Snow

by Shulevitz, Uri

This Caldecott Honor Book and "Publishers Weekly" Best Book of the Year is now in paperback. As snowflakes slowly come down, one by one, people in the city ignore them and only a boy and his dog think that the snowfall will amount to anything.

1998

Rapunzel

by Zelinsky, Paul O.

Trapped in a tower with no door, Rapunzel is allowed to see no one but the sorceress who has imprisoned her-until the day a young prince hears her singing to the forest birds... Winner of the Caldecott Medal award

Harlem: A Poem

by Myers, Walter Dean

A poem providing a glimpse and a celebration of the people, sights, and sounds of Harlem.

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

by Taback, Simms

There was an old lady who swallowed a fly, a favorite American folk poem, was first heard in the United States in the 1940's. Using an ever-expanding die-cut hole, Simms Taback gives us a rollicking, eye-popping version of the well-loved poem.

The Gardener

by Small, David and Stewart, Sarah

Lydia Grace Finch brings a suitcase full of seeds to the big gray city, where she goes to stay with her Uncle Jim, a cantankerous baker.

1997

Golem

by Wisniewski, David

Retold from traditional sources and accompanied by David Wisniewski's unique cut-paper illustrations, Golem is a dramatic tale of supernatural forces invoked to save an oppressed people.

Hush! A Thai Lullaby

by Ho, Minfong

The Paperboy

by Pilkey, Dav

Starry Messenger: A Book Depicting the Life of a Famous Scientist, Mathematician, Astronomer, Philosopher, Physicist, Galileo Galilei

by Sis, Peter

Peter Sís gives a view of the life of Galileo Galilei.

The Graphic Alphabet

by Pelletier, David

This elegant alphabet is for those who long ago mastered their ABCs but never outgrew their passion for discovering beauty in unexpected places.

1996

Officer Buckle and Gloria

by Rathmann, Peggy

Officer Buckle is dedicated to teaching schoolchildren important safety tips, such as never put anything in your ear and never stand on a swivel chair. The problem is, Officer Buckle's school assemblies are dull, dull, dull, and the children of Napville just sleep, sleep, sleep. That is, until Gloria the police dog is invited along!

Alphabet City

by Johnson, Stephen T.

Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin

by Moss, Lloyd

Ten musical instruments take their parts one by one in a musical performance.

The Faithful Friend,

by Souci, Robert D. San

Hildilid's Night

by Ryan, Cheli D.

An old woman named Hildilid lives up on a hill and hates the dark nights. In order to get rid of her fear, she tries to trap the night in a sack.

Tops & Bottoms

by Stevens, Janet

Hare solves his family's problems by tricking rich and lazy Bear in this funny, energetic version of an old slave story. With roots in American slave tales,Tops & Bottoms celebrates the trickster tradition of using one's wits to overcome hardship.

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