Sunday, July 20, 2008

Short List #1

This is the first of four "short lists" we will prepare for this year's Mock Caldecott Program at the Allen County Public Library. What does this mean to you? Basically, it means that while we will continue to highlight and discuss a wide variety of picture books on our blog -- and we encourage comments on all of them -- the books on this list are now destined to be 'brought to the table' to (hopefully) be discussed in more depth at our Mock Caldecott Discussion and Election in January 2009.

ACPL Mock Caldecott List #1:
  1. In a Blue Room, by Jim Averbeck, illustrated by Tricia Tusa

  2. Never Take a Shark to the Dentist (and other things not to do), by Judi Barrett, illustrated by John Nickle

  3. Big, Bad Bunny, by Franny Billingsley, illustrated by G. Brian Karas

  4. Tadpole Rex, by Kurt Cyrus

  5. Grace for President, by Kelly DiPucchio, illustrated by LeUyen Pham

  6. Scoot! by Cathryn Falwell

  7. A Couple of Boys Have the Best Week Ever, by Marla Frazee

  8. There's Nothing to Do on Mars, by Chris Gall

  9. Hogwash, by Arthur Geisert

  10. Twenty Heartbeats, by Dennis Haseley, illustrated by Ed Young

  11. Owney the Mail-Pouch Pooch, by Mona Kerby, illustrated by Lynne Barasch

  12. What to Do about Alice? by Barbara Kerley, illustrated by Edwin Fotheringham

  13. My Friend the Starfinder, by George Ella Lyon, illustrated by Stephen Gammell

  14. I'm Bad! by Kate & Jim McMullan

  15. Zen Ties, by Jon J. Muth

  16. Piano Starts Here: The Young Art Tatum, by Robert Andrew Parker

  17. If Animals Kissed Goodnight, by Ann Whitford Paul, illustrated by David Walker

  18. Not a Stick, by Antoinette Portis

  19. Friday My Radio Flyer Flew, by Zachary Pullen

  20. A Kitten Tale, by Eric Rohmann

  21. Little Hoot, by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, illustrated by Jen Corace

  22. Dog and Bear: Two's Company, by Laura Vaccaro Seeger

  23. The House in the Night, by Susan Marie Swanson, illustrated by Beth Krommes

  24. Building Manhattan, by Laura Vila

We'd love to hear what you think about these books! Please leave comments about each title on the blog post about it. Click on the book title above to be directed its blog post. If you'd like to suggest a book for the next list, just send me an email or leave a comment.

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