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1942 Caldecott Award Winner
Make Way for Ducklings by
Call Number: E M132m 1969
Publication Date: 1941-01-01
Mrs. Mallard was sure that the pond in the Boston Public Gardens would be a perfect place for her and her eight ducklings to live. The problem was how to get them there through the busy streets of Boston. But with a little help from the Boston police, Mrs. Mallard and Jack, Kack, Lack, Nack, Ouack, Pack, and Quack arive safely at their new home. This brilliantly illustrated, amusingly observed tale of Mallards on the move has won the hearts of generations of readers. Awarded the Caldecott Medal for the most distinguished American picture book for children in 1941, it has since become a favorite of millions.
1942 Caldecott Honor Titles
In My Mother's House by A young Tewa Indian describes the homes, customs, work, and strong communal spirit of his people.
Call Number: 978.0049 C547i 1991
Publication Date: 1991-05-01
Paddle-to-the-Sea by A young Indian boy carves a little canoe with a figure inside and names him Paddle-to-the-Sea. Paddle's journey, in text and pictures, through the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean provides an excellent geographic and historical picture of the region.
Call Number: F H724p
Publication Date: 1980-02-19
Nothing at All by Left alone when his two visible brothers are chosen as pets by a little girl and boy, an invisible puppy tries to find a way to become a dog that everyone can see and love.
Call Number: E G121n
Publication Date: 1941-09-22