VOTE

Which book do you think should win the 2018 Caldecott Medal?

The picture books listed here—all published in 2017—are just a small sample of the many titles receiving “Caldecott buzz.” These books are available to read in the gallery seating area. 

After the Fall 92 ( 17.16 % )
All the Way to Havana 36 ( 6.72 % )
The Book of Mistakes 44 ( 8.21 % )
Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut 46 ( 8.58 % )
Frida Kahlo and Her Animalitos 20 ( 3.73 % )
A Greyhound A Groundhog 35 ( 6.53 % )
Her Right Foot 38 ( 7.09 % )
Little Fox in the Forest 32 ( 5.97 % )
Mighty Moby 8 ( 1.49 % )
Muddy: The Story of Blues Legend Muddy Waters 42 ( 7.84 % )
Silent Days, Silent Dreams 27 ( 5.04 % )
When's My Birthday? 19 ( 3.54 % )
Windows 42 ( 7.84 % )
Wolf in the Snow 55 ( 10.26 % )

 

 

10 thoughts on “VOTE

  1. Lines, by the great Suzy Lee. Beautiful, beautiful, and, as ever, smart as anything. Suzy Lee FTW!

  2. A shout out for Patrick McDonnell’s “Little Red Cat Who Ran Away and Learned His ABCs (the Hard Way).”

Do you have another favorite book from 2017?