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1955 Caldecott Award Winner
Call Number: 398.2 P426c 1988
Publication Date: 1997-04-01
There is perhaps no better loved, no more universal story thanCinderella.Almost every country in the world has a version of it, but the favorite of story-tellers is the French version by Charles Perrault.This translation is excellent for story-telling and also for reading aloud. Marcia Brown's illustrations are full of magic and enchantment from the little cupids putting back the hands of the clock to the last scene at the palace. They are pictures that will stay in a child's mind.
1955 Caldecott Honor Titles
Wheel on the chimney by A pair of storks raise their young on a rooftop in Hungary and then join other storks as they migrate from Europe to Africa for the winter.
Call Number: E B8143w
The Thanksgiving Story by In this festive Caldecott Honor–winning picture book, Alice Dalgiesh brings to life the origin of the Thanksgiving holiday for readers of all ages. Giles, Constance and Damaris Hopkins are all passengers aboard the crowded Mayflower, journeying to the New World to start a new life. Things get a little more cramped when their baby brother Oceanus is born during the passage. However, when they arrive, there are even worse challenges to face as the Pilgrims are subjected to hunger, cold, and sickness that put their small colony in great danger. With the help of the Native Americans though, they might just be able to survive their first year in this strange land—and have a November harvest to celebrate for generations!
Call Number: E D157th 1954
Publication Date: 1985-09-01