2X SIGNED Uncorrected Proof THE HELLO GOODBYE WINDOW Norton Juster Chris Raschka

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller richinfiber (3,109) 100%, Location: Portland, Oregon, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 251189110753 This listing is for a Rare DOUBLE SIGNED set of UNCORRECTED ADVANCE PROOFS of THE HELLO GOODBYE WINDOW by author NORTON JUSTER (author of The Phantom Tollbooth) and 2 time Caldecott winning illustrator CHRIS RASCHKA This book was awarded the CALDECOTT MEDAL in 2006 and these F&G Uncorrected Advance Proofs have been SIGNED by BOTH Norton Juster and Chris Raschka on the title page in black and blue archival pen (only their signatures with no personalization or inscriptions). Very interesting about this book: The dust jacket is in its Pre-published state with a WHITE BACKGROUND instead of the Yellow to which it was changed for publication in the First Printing. It is probably one of only a couple existing still with the white background. This uncorrected proof is what is known in the Publishing business as an "F & G" or "Folded and Gathered" Proof. It is an Uncorrected Proof that is sent out BEFORE the book is bound and has the loose sections or signatures of the book placed within an unfolded dust jacket. It is UNBOUND and the book signatures are laid in the Dust Jacket. These F&G's are sent out as Advance Proofs of Children's Picturebooks for Reviewers or Bookstore buyers to preview the upcoming title. They are EXTREMELY RARE (much rarer than the ARCs!) as almost all of them are disposed of since they aren't bound. This Rarity combined with a Double Signature makes this a very rare book indeed... The term ARC is an abbreviation for ADVANCED READER'S COPY - it is sometimes known as an UNCORRECTED PROOF or GALLEY or Advance Reader's Edition as well. This is a copy of the book released well before the publication date for the use of reviewers or for promotion of the book. ARCs are sent to booksellers, reviewers, and others to get advance orders or to spark interest in the book's release. They are usually bound in softcover wraps and sometimes contain content that is later edited out or changed in the actual 1st printing. There are a limited number of these made and many are read and then discarded - many book collectors believe these to be the TRUE FIRST edition and because of their rarity can sometimes command many hundreds of dollars premium over the price of a regular first edition!! Condition is as follows: FINE/NEAR FINE The loose signatures have no wear. The jacket has a small section of loss at the top on the front panel (see picture). You can't really see it since the jacket has been placed in a NEW Brodart Mylar Jacket protector and the white of the Brodart backing is the same as the jacket so you don't see any loss. This is the ADVANCE UNCORRECTED PROOF or the F&G Folded and Gathered Sheets of the 2005 Michael di Capua Hyperion books First Edition/First Printing - it has the words FIRST EDITION on the publisher's information page which is the correct indicator for a first printing for this title. Winning Bidder has the choice of $4.50 Media Mail Shipping (7-10 days) or $13.85 for Priority Mail Shipping (2-4 days) - book will be LOVINGLY wrapped in bubble wrap and sent in a box so it arrives in it's original condition. I GLADLY ship worldwide so please email for worldwide shipping costs. Payment must be received within 7 days of auction end. I accept PayPal or give me a message with any other options you might have - please email with any questions and God Bless! Please check out the other items that I have up for auction and in my store! I am always listing wonderful Rare Books and Signed First Editions, fabulous Early Photographs and Images, as well as special Antiques found on my many travels across the US and Europe... ***PLEASE READ*** I am more than happy to mail for you by Media Mail to help save you $$, but PLEASE remember that MEDIA MAIL can take a VERY LONG TIME!! I don't have any control over how long the USPS takes to deliver (it sometimes takes up to TWO WEEKS or MORE for them to deliver Media Mail) so PLEASE do not give me LOW SHIPPING ratings because of their lengthy service time... Thank you so much!! Norton Juster From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Norton Juster (born June 2, 1929) is an American architect and author. He is best known as an author of children's books, including The Phantom Tollbooth and The Dot and the Line. Biography Juster was born in Brooklyn, New York. His father was an architect, and Juster's brother became an architect as well. Juster served with the United States Navy before also becoming an architect; he studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. Juster wrote The Phantom Tollbooth in the early 1960s while living in Brooklyn. Jules Feiffer, a housemate of Juster's, did the illustrations. Although Juster enjoyed writing, his architectural career remained his primary emphasis. He served as a professor of architecture and environmental design at Hampshire College from its first trimester in 1970 until his retirement in 1992. Juster co-founded a small architectural firm, Juster Pope Associates, in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, in 1970. The firm was renamed Juster Pope Frazier after Jack Frazier joined the firm in 1978. Juster currently lives in Amherst, Massachusetts with his wife, Jeanne. Although he has retired from architecture, he still writes. His book The Hello, Goodbye Window, published May 15, 2005, won the Caldecott Medal for Chris Raschka's illustration in 2006. The sequel, Sourpuss and Sweetie Pie, was published in 2008. His most famous publication continues to be The Phantom Tollbooth. Books The Phantom Tollbooth (1961) illustrated by Jules FeifferThe Dot and the Line: A Romance in Lower Mathematics (1963)Alberic the Wise and Other Journeys (1965)Stark Naked: A Paranomastic Odyssey (1969) (Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 71-85568)— illustrated by Arnold RothSo Sweet to Labor: Rural Women in America 1865-1895 (editor) (1979) — non-fictionOtter Nonsense (1982) — illustrated by Eric CarleAs: A Surfeit of Similes (1989) A Woman's Place: Yesterday's Women in Rural America (1996) — non-fictionThe Hello, Goodbye Window (2005) — illustrated by Chris RaschkaSourpuss and Sweetie Pie (2008) - illustrated by Chris RaschkaThe Odious Ogre (2010) - Illustrated by Jules FeifferNeville (2011) (ISBN-10: 0375867651/ISBN-13: 978-0375867651) - illustrated by G.Brian Karas Other media Both The Phantom Tollbooth and The Dot and the Line were adapted into films by animator Chuck Jones. The latter film received the 1965 Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. The Phantom Tollbooth was also adapted into a musical by Norton Juster and Sheldon Harnick, with lyrics by Sheldon Harnick and music composed by Arnold Black. There have been musical settings of a "A Colorful Symphony" from The Phantom Tollbooth for narrator and orchestra and of The Dot and the Line for narrator and chamber ensemble by composer Robert Xavier Rodriguez.Chris Raschka From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Chris Raschka (born Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, March 6, 1959) is an American author, illustrator, and violist. His Yo! Yes? was a Caldecott Honor book in 1994 but he may be most famous for his Hello, Goodbye Window, winner of the 2006 Caldecott Medal. Also, his book A Ball for Daisy won the 2012 Caldecott Medal.[1] Though he grew up in suburban Chicago, IL, Chris spent part of his childhood in Austria, his mother's homeland. He is a graduate of St. Olaf College. He lives in New York City. He has also written Ring! Yo! Mr. Raschka is the author and illustrator of "Charlie Parker Played Be Bop", a wondrous introduction to the great saxophone player/composer Charlie Parker. (Scholastic, 1997) Two of his books have meet with controversy: Happy to Be Nappy, written by bell hooks and his own Arlene Sardine. Selected Bibliography Another Important Book (illustrator)Arlene SardineA Ball for DaisyThe Blushful HippopotamusCan't SleepCharlie Parker Played Be BopCircle Time (shorts for Playhouse Disney)Elizabeth Imagined an IcebergFarmy FarmFishing in the Air (illustrator)Five for a Little OneA Foot in the Mouth (illustrator)The Genie in the Jar (illustrator)Good Sports: Rhymes about Running, Jumping, Throwing, and More (illustrator)Granny Torrelli Makes Soup (illustrator)Grump Groan Growl (illustrator)Happy to Be Nappy (illustrator)The Hello, Goodbye Window (illustrator)Hip Hop Dog (author)John Coltrane's Giant StepsA Kick in the Head (illustrator)Little Black CrowLittle Tree (illustrator)Moosey MooseMysterious TheloniousPeter and the Wolf (adaptor, illustrator)A Poke in the I (illustrator)The Purple BalloonRing! Yo!Seriously, NormanSimple Gifts: A Shaker HymnTalk To Me About the AlphabetWhaley WhaleWormy WormYo? Yes! Keywords caldecott newbery Newbery Caldecot Caldecott Newberry autograph autographed flatsign flatsigned flat picturebook picturebooks Caldecott Medal recipients Year Illustrator Book 2012 2011 2010 2009 Chris Raschka Erin E. Stead Jerry Pinkney Beth Krommes A Ball for Daisy A Sick Day for Amos McGee The Lion & the Mouse The House in the Night 2008 Brian Selznick The Invention of Hugo Cabret 2007 David Wiesner Flotsam 2006 Chris Raschka The Hello, Goodbye Window 2005 Kevin Henkes Kitten's First Full Moon 2004 Mordicai Gerstein The Man Who Walked Between the Towers 2003 Eric Rohmann My Friend Rabbit 2002 David Wiesner The Three Pigs 2001 David Small So You Want to Be President? 2000 Simms Taback Joseph Had a Little Overcoat 1999 Mary Azarian Snowflake Bentley 1998 Paul O. Zelinsky Rapunzel 1997 David Wisniewski Golem 1996 Peggy Rathmann Officer Buckle and Gloria 1995 David Diaz Smoky Night 1994 Allen Say Grandfather's Journey 1993 Emily Arnold McCully Mirette on the High Wire 1992 David Wiesner Tuesday 1991 David Macaulay Black and White 1990 Ed Young Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story from China 1989 Stephen Gammell Song and Dance Man 1988 John Schoenherr Owl Moon 1987 Richard Egielski Hey, Al 1986 Chris Van Allsburg The Polar Express 1985 Trina Schart Hyman Saint George and the Dragon 1984 Alice and Martin Provensen The Glorious Flight: Across the Channel with Louis Bleriot 1983 Marcia Brown Shadow 1982 Chris Van Allsburg Jumanji 1981 Arnold Lobel Fables 1980 Barbara Cooney Ox-Cart Man 1979 Paul Goble The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses 1978 Peter Spier Noah's Ark 1977 Leo and Diane Dillon Ashanti to Zulu: African Traditions 1976 Leo and Diane Dillon Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears 1975 Gerald McDermott Arrow to the Sun 1974 Margot Zemach Duffy and the Devil 1973 Blair Lent The Funny Little Woman 1972 Nonny Hogrogian One Fine Day 1971 Gail E. Haley A Story a Story 1970 William Steig Sylvester and the Magic Pebble 1969 Uri Shulevitz The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship 1968 Ed Emberley Drummer Hoff 1967 Evaline Ness Sam, Bangs, and Moonshine 1966 Nonny Hogrogian Always Room for One More 1965 Beni Montresor May I Bring a Friend? 1964 Maurice Sendak Where the Wild Things Are 1963 Ezra Jack Keats The Snowy Day 1962 Marcia Brown Once a Mouse 1961 Nicolas Sidjakov Baboushka and the Three Kings 1960 Marie Hall Ets Nine Days to Christmas 1959 Barbara Cooney Chanticleer and the Fox 1958 Robert McCloskey Time of Wonder 1957 Marc Simont A Tree is Nice 1956 Feodor Rojankovsky Frog Went A-Courtin' 1955 Marcia Brown Cinderella, or the Little Glass Slipper 1954 Ludwig Bemelmans Madeline's Rescue 1953 Lynd Ward The Biggest Bear 1952 Nicholas Mordvinoff Finders Keepers 1951 Katherine Milhous The Egg Tree 1950 Leo Politi Song of the Swallows 1949 Berta and Elmer Hader The Big Snow 1948 Roger Duvoisin White Snow, Bright Snow 1947 Leonard Weisgard The Little Island 1946 Maud and Miska Petersham The Rooster Crows 1945 Elizabeth Orton Jones Prayer for a Child 1944 Louis Slobodkin Many Moons 1943 Virginia Lee Burton The Little House 1942 Robert McCloskey Make Way for Ducklings 1941 Robert Lawson They Were Strong and Good 1940 Ingri and Edgar Parin d'Aulaire Abraham Lincoln 1939 Thomas Handforth Mei Li 1938 Dorothy P. Lathrop Animals of the Bible 2009 Medal Winner: The House in the Night, illustrated by Beth Krommes, written by Susan Marie Swanson (Houghton Mifflin Company) A Couple of Boys Have the Best Week Ever, by Marla Frazee (Harcourt, Inc.) How I Learned Geography, by Uri Shulevitz (Farrar Straus Giroux) A River of Words: The Story of William Carlos Williams, illustrated by Melissa Sweet, written by Jen Bryant (Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.) 2008 Medal Winner: The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick (Scholastic Press, an imprint of Scholastic) Honor Books: Henry's Freedom Box: A True Story from the Underground Railroad illustrated by Kadir Nelson, written by Ellen Levine (Scholastic Press, an imprint of Scholastic) First the Egg by Laura Vaccaro Seeger (Roaring Brook/Neal Porter) The Wall: Growing Up Behind the Iron Curtain by Peter Sís (Farrar/Frances Foster) Knuffle Bunny Too: A Case of Mistaken Identity by Mo Willems (Hyperion) 2007 Medal Winner: Flotsam by David Wiesner (Clarion) Honor Books: Gone Wild: An Endangered Animal Alphabet by David McLimans (Walker) Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom illustrated by Kadir Nelson, written by Carole Boston Weatherford (Hyperion/Jump at the Sun) 2006 Medal Winner: The Hello, Goodbye Window illustrated by Chris Raschka and written by Norton Juster (Michael di Capua Books/Hyperion Books for Children) Honor Books: Rosa illustrated by Bryan Collier and written by Nikki Giovanni (Henry Holt and Company) Zen Shorts illustrated and written by Jon J. Muth (Scholastic Press) Hot Air: The (Mostly) True Story of the First Hot-Air Balloon Ride illustrated and written by Marjorie Priceman. (An Anne Schwartz Book/Atheneum Books for Young Readers/Simon & Schuster) Song of the Water Boatman and Other Pond Poems illustrated by Beckie Prange, written by Joyce Sidman (Houghton Mifflin Company) 2005 Medal Winner: Kitten's First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes (Greenwillow Books/HarperCollinsPublishers) Honor Books: The Red Book by Barbara Lehman (Houghton Mifflin Company) Coming on Home Soon illustrated by E.B. Lewis, written by Jacqueline Woodson (G.P. Putnam's Son's/Penguin Young Readers Group) Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale illustrated and written by Mo Willems. (Hyperion Books for Children) 2004 Medal Winner: The Man Who Walked Between the Towers by Mordicai Gerstein (Roaring Brook Press/Millbrook Press) Honor Books: Ella Sarah Gets Dressed by Margaret Chodos-Irvine (Harcourt, Inc.) What Do You Do with a Tail Like This? illustrated and written by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page. (Houghton Mifflin Company) Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems. (Hyperion) 2003 Medal Winner: My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohmann (Roaring Brook Press/Millbrook Press) Honor Books: The Spider and the Fly illustrated by Tony DiTerlizzi, written by Mary Howitt (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers) Hondo & Fabian by Peter McCarty (Henry Holt & Co.) Noah's Ark by Jerry Pinkney (SeaStar Books, a division of North-South Books Inc.) 2002 Medal Winner: The Three Pigs by David Wiesner (Clarion/Houghton Mifflin) Honor Books: The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins illustrated by Brian Selznick, written by Barbara Kerley (Scholastic) Martin's Big Words: the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. illustrated by Bryan Collier, written by Doreen Rappaport (Jump at the Sun/Hyperion) The Stray Dog by Marc Simont (HarperCollins) 2001 Medal Winner: So You Want to Be President? Illustrated by David Small, written by Judith St. George (Philomel) Honor Books: Casey at the Bat illustrated by Christopher Bing, written by Ernest Thayer (Handprint) Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type illustrated by Betsy Lewin, written by Doreen Cronin (Simon & Schuster) Olivia by Ian Falconer (Atheneum) 2000 Medal Winner: Joseph Had a Little Overcoat Simms Taback (Viking) Honor Books: A Child's Calendar illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman Text: John Updike (Holiday House) Sector 7 by David Wiesner (Clarion Books) When Sophie Gets Angry-Really, Really Angry by Molly Bang (Scholastic) The Ugly Duckling illustrated by Jerry Pinkney Text: Hans Christian Andersen, adapted by Jerry Pinkney (Morrow) 1999 Medal Winner: Snowflake Bentley, Illustrated by Mary Azarian, text by Jacqueline Briggs Martin (Houghton) Honor Books: Duke Ellington: The Piano Prince and His Orchestra illustrated by Brian Pinkney Text: Andrea Davis Pinkney(Hyperion) No, David! by David Shannon (Scholastic) Snow by Uri Shulevitz (Farrar) Tibet Through the Red Box by Peter Sís (Frances Foster) 1998 Medal Winner: Rapunzel by Paul O. Zelinsky (Dutton) Honor Books: The Gardener illustrated by David Small Text: Sarah Stewart (Farrar) Harlem illustrated by Christopher Myers Text: Walter Dean Myers (Scholastic) There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly by Simms Taback (Viking) 1997 Medal Winner: Golem by David Wisniewski (Clarion) Honor Books: Hush! A Thai Lullaby illustrated by Holly Meade; text: Minfong Ho (Melanie Kroupa/Orchard Books) The Graphic Alphabet by David Pelletier (Orchard Books) The Paperboy by Dav Pilkey (Richard Jackson/Orchard Books) Starry Messenger by Peter Sís (Frances Foster Books/Farrar Straus Giroux) 1996 Medal Winner: Officer Buckle and Gloria by Peggy Rathmann (Putnam) Honor Books: Alphabet City by Stephen T. Johnson (Viking) Zin! Zin! Zin! a Violin, illustrated by Marjorie Priceman; text: Lloyd Moss (Simon & Schuster) The Faithful Friend, illustrated by Brian Pinkney; text: Robert D. San Souci (Simon & Schuster) Tops & Bottoms, adapted and illustrated by Janet Stevens (Harcourt) 1995 Medal Winner: Smoky Night, illustrated by David Diaz; text: Eve Bunting (Harcourt) Honor Books: John Henry, illustrated by Jerry Pinkney; text: Julius Lester (Dial) Swamp Angel, illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky; text: Anne Issacs (Dutton) Time Flies by Eric Rohmann (Crown) 1994 Medal Winner: Grandfather's Journey by Allen Say; text: edited by Walter Lorraine (Houghton) Honor Books: Peppe the Lamplighter, illustrated by Ted Lewin; text: Elisa Bartone (Lothrop) In the Small, Small Pond by Denise Fleming (Holt) Raven: A Trickster Tale from the Pacific Northwest by Gerald McDermott (Harcourt) Owen by Kevin Henkes (Greenwillow) Yo! Yes? illustrated by Chris Raschka; text: edited by Richard Jackson (Orchard) 1993 Medal Winner: Mirette on the High Wire by Emily Arnold McCully (Putnam) Honor Books: The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales, illustrated by Lane Smith; text: Jon Scieszka (Viking) Seven Blind Mice by Ed Young (Philomel Books) Working Cotton, illustrated by Carole Byard; text: Sherley Anne Williams (Harcourt) 1992 Medal Winner: Tuesday by David Wiesner (Clarion Books) Honor Book: Tar Beach by Faith Ringgold (Crown Publishers, Inc., a Random House Co.) 1991 Medal Winner: Black and White by David Macaulay (Houghton) Honor Books: Puss in Boots, illustrated by Fred Marcellino; text: Charles Perrault, trans. by Malcolm Arthur (Di Capua/Farrar) "More More More," Said the Baby: Three Love Stories by Vera B. Williams (Greenwillow) 1990 Medal Winner: Lon Po Po: A Red-Riding Hood Story from China by Ed Young (Philomel) Honor Books: Bill Peet: An Autobiography by Bill Peet (Houghton) Color Zoo by Lois Ehlert (Lippincott) The Talking Eggs: A Folktale from the American South, illustrated by Jerry Pinkney; text: Robert D. San Souci (Dial) Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins, illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman; text: Eric Kimmel (Holiday House) 1989 Medal Winner: Song and Dance Man, illustrated by Stephen Gammell; text: Karen Ackerman (Knopf) Honor Books: The Boy of the Three-Year Nap, illustrated by Allen Say; text: Diane Snyder (Houghton) Free Fall by David Wiesner (Lothrop) Goldilocks and the Three Bears by James Marshall (Dial) Mirandy and Brother Wind, illustrated by Jerry Pinkney; text: Patricia C. McKissack (Knopf) 1988 Medal Winner: Owl Moon, illustrated by John Schoenherr; text: Jane Yolen (Philomel) Honor Book: Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters: An African Tale by John Steptoe (Lothrop) 1987 Medal Winner: Hey, Al, illustrated by Richard Egielski; text: Arthur Yorinks (Farrar) Honor Books: The Village of Round and Square Houses by Ann Grifalconi (Little, Brown) Alphabatics by Suse MacDonald (Bradbury) Rumpelstiltskin by Paul O. Zelinsky (Dutton) 1986 Medal Winner: The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg (Houghton) Honor Books: The Relatives Came, illustrated by Stephen Gammell; text: Cynthia Rylant (Bradbury) King Bidgood's in the Bathtub, illustrated by Don Wood; text: Audrey Wood (Harcourt) 1985 Medal Winner: Saint George and the Dragon, illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman; text: retold by Margaret Hodges (Little, Brown) Honor Books: Hansel and Gretel, illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky; text: retold by Rika Lesser (Dodd) Have You Seen My Duckling? by Nancy Tafuri (Greenwillow) The Story of Jumping Mouse: A Native American Legend, retold and illustrated by John Steptoe (Lothrop) 1984 Medal Winner: The Glorious Flight: Across the Channel with Louis Bleriot by Alice & Martin Provensen (Viking) Honor Books: Little Red Riding Hood, retold and illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman (Holiday) Ten, Nine, Eight by Molly Bang (Greenwillow) 1983 Medal Winner: Shadow, translated and illustrated by Marcia Brown Original text in French: Blaise Cendrars (Scribner) Honor Books: A Chair for My Mother by Vera B. Williams (Greenwillow) When I Was Young in the Mountains, illustrated by Diane Goode; text: Cynthia Rylant (Dutton) 1982 Medal Winner: Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg (Houghton) Honor Books: Where the Buffaloes Begin, illustrated by Stephen Gammell; text: Olaf Baker (Warne) On Market Street, illustrated by Anita Lobel; text: Arnold Lobel (Greenwillow) Outside Over There by Maurice Sendak (Harper) A Visit to William Blake's Inn: Poems for Innocent and Experienced Travelers, illustrated by Alice & Martin Provensen; text: Nancy Willard (Harcourt) 1981 Medal Winner: Fables by Arnold Lobel (Harper) Honor Books: The Bremen-Town Musicians, retold and illustrated by Ilse Plume (Doubleday) The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher by Molly Bang (Four Winds) Mice Twice by Joseph Low (McElderry/Atheneum) Truck by Donald Crews (Greenwillow) 1980 Medal Winner: Ox-Cart Man, illustrated by Barbara Cooney; text: Donald Hall (Viking) Honor Books: Ben's Trumpet by Rachel Isadora (Greenwillow) The Garden Of Abdul Gasazi by Chris Van Allsburg (Houghton) The Treasure by Uri Shulevitz (Farrar) 1979 Medal Winner: The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses by Paul Goble (Bradbury) Honor Books: Freight Train by Donald Crews (Greenwillow) The Way to Start a Day, illustrated by Peter Parnall; text: Byrd Baylor (Scribner) 1978 Medal Winner: Noah's Ark by Peter Spier (Doubleday) Honor Books: Castle by David Macaulay (Houghton) It Could Always Be Worse, retold and illustrated by Margot Zemach (Farrar) 1977 Medal Winner: Ashanti to Zulu: African Traditions, illustrated by Leo & Diane Dillon; text: Margaret Musgrove (Dial) Honor Books: The Amazing Bone by William Steig (Farrar) The Contest, retold and illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (Greenwillow) Fish for Supper by M. B. Goffstein (Dial) The Golem: A Jewish Legend by Beverly Brodsky McDermott (Lippincott) Hawk, I'm Your Brother, illustrated by Peter Parnall; text: Byrd Baylor (Scribner) 1976 Medal Winner: Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears, illustrated by Leo & Diane Dillon; text: retold by Verna Aardema (Dial) Honor Books: The Desert is Theirs, illustrated by Peter Parnall; text: Byrd Baylor (Scribner) Strega Nona by Tomie de Paola (Prentice-Hall) 1975 Medal Winner: Arrow to the Sun by Gerald McDermott (Viking) Honor Books: Jambo Means Hello: A Swahili Alphabet Book, illustrated by Tom Feelings; text: Muriel Feelings (Dial) 1974 Medal Winner: Duffy and the Devil, illustrated by Margot Zemach; retold by Harve Zemach (Farrar) Honor Books: Three Jovial Huntsmen by Susan Jeffers (Bradbury) Cathedral by David Macaulay (Houghton) 1973 Medal Winner: The Funny Little Woman, illustrated by Blair Lent; text: retold by Arlene Mosel (Dutton) Honor Books: Anansi the Spider: A Tale from the Ashanti, adapted and illustrated by Gerald McDermott (Holt) Hosie's Alphabet, illustrated by Leonard Baskin; text: Hosea, Tobias & Lisa Baskin (Viking) Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs, illustrated by Nancy Ekholm Burkert; text: translated by Randall Jarrell, retold from the Brothers Grimm (Farrar) When Clay Sings, illustrated by Tom Bahti; text: Byrd Baylor (Scribner) 1972 Medal Winner: One Fine Day, retold and illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian (Macmillan) Honor Books: Hildilid's Night, illustrated by Arnold Lobel; text: Cheli Durán Ryan (Macmillan) If All the Seas Were One Sea by Janina Domanska (Macmillan) Moja Means One: Swahili Counting Book, illustrated by Tom Feelings; text: Muriel Feelings (Dial) 1971 Medal Winner: A Story A Story, retold and illustrated by Gail E. Haley (Atheneum) Honor Books: The Angry Moon, illustrated by Blair Lent; text: retold by William Sleator (Atlantic) Frog and Toad are Friends by Arnold Lobel (Harper) In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak (Harper) 1970 Medal Winner: Sylvester and the Magic Pebble by William Steig (Windmill Books) Honor Books: Goggles! by Ezra Jack Keats (Macmillan) Alexander and the Wind-Up Mouse by Leo Lionni (Pantheon) Pop Corn & Ma Goodness, illustrated by Robert Andrew Parker; text: Edna Mitchell Preston (Viking) Thy Friend, Obadiah by Brinton Turkle (Viking) The Judge: An Untrue Tale, illustrated by Margot Zemach; text: Harve Zemach (Farrar) 1969 Medal Winner: The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship, illustrated by Uri Shulevitz; text: retold by Arthur Ransome (Farrar) Honor Books: Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky, illustrated by Blair Lent; text: Elphinstone Dayrell (Houghton) 1968 Medal Winner: Drummer Hoff, illustrated by Ed Emberley; text: adapted by Barbara Emberley (Prentice-Hall) Honor Books: Frederick by Leo Lionni (Pantheon) Seashore Story by Taro Yashima (Viking) The Emperor and the Kite, illustrated by Ed Young; text: Jane Yolen (World) 1967 Medal Winner: Sam, Bangs & Moonshine by Evaline Ness (Holt) Honor Book: One Wide River to Cross, illustrated by Ed Emberley; text: adapted by Barbara Emberley (Prentice-Hall) 1966 Medal Winner: Always Room for One More, illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian; text: Sorche Nic Leodhas, pseud. [Leclair Alger] (Holt) Honor Books: Hide and Seek Fog, illustrated by Roger Duvoisin; text: Alvin Tresselt (Lothrop) Just Me by Marie Hall Ets (Viking) Tom Tit Tot, retold and illustrated by Evaline Ness (Scribner) 1965 Medal Winner: May I Bring a Friend? illustrated by Beni Montresor; text: Beatrice Schenk de Regniers (Atheneum) Honor Books: Rain Makes Applesauce, illustrated by Marvin Bileck; text: Julian Scheer (Holiday) The Wave, illustrated by Blair Lent; text: Margaret Hodges (Houghton) A Pocketful of Cricket, illustrated by Evaline Ness; text: Rebecca Caudill (Holt) 1964 Medal Winner: Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (Harper) Honor Books: Swimmy by Leo Lionni (Pantheon) All in the Morning Early, illustrated by Evaline Ness; text: Sorche Nic Leodhas, pseud. [Leclaire Alger] (Holt) Mother Goose and Nursery Rhymes, illustrated by Philip Reed (Atheneum) 1963 Medal Winner: The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats (Viking) Honor Books: The Sun is a Golden Earring, illustrated by Bernarda Bryson; text: Natalia M. Belting (Holt) Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present, illustrated by Maurice Sendak; text: Charlotte Zolotow (Harper) 1962 Medal Winner: Once a Mouse, retold and illustrated by Marcia Brown (Scribner) Honor Books: Fox Went out on a Chilly Night: An Old Song by Peter Spier (Doubleday) Little Bear's Visit, illustrated by Maurice Sendak; text: Else H. Minarik (Harper) The Day We Saw the Sun Come Up, illustrated by Adrienne Adams; text: Alice E. Goudey (Scribner) 1961 Medal Winner: Baboushka and the Three Kings, illustrated by Nicolas Sidjakov; text: Ruth Robbins (Parnassus) Honor Book: Inch by Inch, by Leo Lionni (Obolensky) 1960 Medal Winner: Nine Days to Christmas, illustrated by Marie Hall Ets; text: Marie Hall Ets and Aurora Labastida (Viking) Honor Books: Houses from the Sea, illustrated by Adrienne Adams; text: Alice E. Goudey (Scribner) The Moon Jumpers, illustrated by Maurice Sendak; text: Janice May Udry (Harper) 1959 Medal Winner: Chanticleer and the Fox, illustrated by Barbara Cooney; text: adapted from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales by Barbara Cooney (Crowell) Honor Books: The House that Jack Built: La Maison Que Jacques A Batie by Antonio Frasconi (Harcourt) What Do You Say, Dear? illustrated by Maurice Sendak; text: Sesyle Joslin (W. R. Scott) Umbrella by Taro Yashima (Viking) 1958 Medal Winner: Time of Wonder by Robert McCloskey (Viking) Honor Books: Fly High, Fly Low by Don Freeman (Viking) Anatole and the Cat, illustrated by Paul Galdone; text: Eve Titus (McGraw-Hill) 1957 Medal Winner: A Tree is Nice, illustrated by Marc Simont; text: Janice Udry (Harper) Honor Books: Mr. Penny's Race Horse by Marie Hall Ets (Viking) 1 is One by Tasha Tudor (Walck) Anatole, illustrated by Paul Galdone; text: Eve Titus (McGraw-Hill) Gillespie and the Guards, illustrated by James Daugherty; text: Benjamin Elkin (Viking) Lion by William Pène du Bois (Viking) 1956 Medal Winner: Frog Went A-Courtin', illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky; text: retold by John Langstaff (Harcourt) Honor Books: Play With Me, by Marie Hall Ets (Viking) Crow Boy by Taro Yashima (Viking) 1955 Medal Winner: Cinderella, or the Little Glass Slipper, illustrated by Marcia Brown; text: translated from Charles Perrault by Marcia Brown (Scribner) Honor Books: Book of Nursery and Mother Goose Rhymes, illustrated by Marguerite de Angeli (Doubleday) Wheel On The Chimney, illustrated by Tibor Gergely; text: Margaret Wise Brown (Lippincott) The Thanksgiving Story, illustrated by Helen Sewell; text: Alice Dalgliesh (Scribner) 1954 Medal Winner: Madeline's Rescue by Ludwig Bemelmans (Viking) Honor Books: Journey Cake, Ho! illustrated by Robert McCloskey; text: Ruth Sawyer (Viking) When Will the World Be Mine? illustrated by Jean Charlot; text: Miriam Schlein (W. R. Scott) The Steadfast Tin Soldier, illustrated by Marcia Brown; text: Hans Christian Andersen, translated by M. R. James (Scribner) A Very Special House, illustrated by Maurice Sendak; text: Ruth Krauss (Harper) Green Eyes by A. Birnbaum (Capitol) 1953 Medal Winner: The Biggest Bear by Lynd Ward (Houghton) Honor Books: Puss in Boots, illustrated by Marcia Brown; text: translated from Charles Perrault by Marcia Brown (Scribner) One Morning in Maine by Robert McCloskey (Viking) Ape in a Cape: An Alphabet of Odd Animals by Fritz Eichenberg (Harcourt) The Storm Book, illustrated by Margaret Bloy Graham; text: Charlotte Zolotow (Harper) Five Little Monkeys by Juliet Kepes (Houghton) 1952 Medal Winner: Finders Keepers, illustrated by Nicolas, pseud. (Nicholas Mordvinoff); text: Will, pseud. [William Lipkind] (Harcourt) Honor Books: Mr. T. W. Anthony Woo by Marie Hall Ets (Viking) Skipper John's Cook by Marcia Brown (Scribner) All Falling Down, illustrated by Margaret Bloy Graham; text: Gene Zion (Harper) Bear Party by William Pène du Bois (Viking) Feather Mountain by Elizabeth Olds (Houghton) 1951 Medal Winner: The Egg Tree by Katherine Milhous (Scribner) Honor Books: Dick Whittington and his Cat by Marcia Brown (Scribner) The Two Reds, ill. by Nicolas, pseud. (Nicholas Mordvinoff); text: Will, pseud. [William Lipkind] (Harcourt) If I Ran the Zoo by Dr. Seuss, pseud. [Theodor Seuss Geisel] (Random House) The Most Wonderful Doll in the World, illustrated by Helen Stone; text: Phyllis McGinley (Lippincott) T-Bone, the Baby Sitter by Clare Turlay Newberry (Harper) 1950 Medal Winner: Song of the Swallows by Leo Politi (Scribner) Honor Books: America's Ethan Allen, illustrated by Lynd Ward; text: Stewart Holbrook (Houghton) The Wild Birthday Cake, illustrated by Hildegard Woodward; text: Lavinia R. Davis (Doubleday) The Happy Day, illustrated by Marc Simont; text: Ruth Krauss) (Harper) Bartholomew and the Oobleck by Dr. Seuss, pseud. [Theodor Seuss Geisel] (Random House) Henry Fisherman by Marcia Brown 1949 Medal Winner: The Big Snow by Berta & Elmer Hader (Macmillan) Honor Books: Blueberries for Sal by Robert McCloskey (Viking) All Around the Town, illustrated by Helen Stone; text: Phyllis McGinley (Lippincott) Juanita by Leo Politi (Scribner) Fish in the Air by Kurt Wiese (Viking) 1948 Medal Winner: White Snow, Bright Snow, illustrated by Roger Duvoisin; text: Alvin Tresselt (Lothrop) Honor Books: Stone Soup by Marcia Brown (Scribner) McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss, pseud. [Theodor Seuss Geisel] (Random House) Bambino the Clown by Georges Schreiber (Viking) Roger and the Fox, illustrated by Hildegard Woodward; text: Lavinia R. Davis (Doubleday) Song of Robin Hood, illustrated by Virginia Lee Burton; text: edited by Anne Malcolmson (Houghton) 1947 Medal Winner: The Little Island, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard; text: Golden MacDonald, pseud. [Margaret Wise Brown] (Doubleday ) Honor Books: Rain Drop Splash, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard; text: Alvin Tresselt (Lothrop) Boats on the River, illustrated by Jay Hyde Barnum; text: Marjorie Flack (Viking) Timothy Turtle, illustrated by Tony Palazzo; text: Al Graham (Welch) Pedro, the Angel of Olvera Street by Leo Politi (Scribner) Sing in Praise: A Collection of the Best Loved Hymns, illustrated by Marjorie Torrey; text: selected by Opal Wheeler (Dutton) 1946 Medal Winner: The Rooster Crows by Maud & Miska Petersham (Macmillan) Honor Books: Little Lost Lamb, illustrated by Leonard Weisgard; text: Golden MacDonald, pseud. [Margaret Wise Brown] (Doubleday) Sing Mother Goose, illustrated by Marjorie Torrey; music: Opal Wheeler (Dutton) My Mother is the Most Beautiful Woman in the World, illustrated by Ruth Gannett; text: Becky Reyher (Lothrop) You Can Write Chinese by Kurt Wiese (Viking) 1945 Medal Winner: Prayer for a Child, illustrated by Elizabeth Orton Jones; text: Rachel Field (Macmillan) Honor Books: Mother Goose, illustrated by Tasha Tudor (Oxford University Press) In the Forest by Marie Hall Ets (Viking) Yonie Wondernose by Marguerite de Angeli (Doubleday) The Christmas Anna Angel, illustrated by Kate Seredy; text: Ruth Sawyer (Viking) 1944 Medal Winner: Many Moons, illustrated by Louis Slobodkin; text: James Thurber (Harcourt) Honor Books: Small Rain: Verses From The Bible, illustrated by Elizabeth Orton Jones; text: selected by Jessie Orton Jones (Viking) Pierre Pidgeon, illustrated by Arnold E. Bare; text: Lee Kingman (Houghton) The Mighty Hunter by Berta & Elmer Hader (Macmillan) A Child's Good Night Book, illustrated by Jean Charlot; text: Margaret Wise Brown (W. R. Scott) Good-Luck Horse, illustrated by Plato Chan; text: Chih-Yi Chan (Whittlesey) 1943 Medal Winner: The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton (Houghton) Honor Books: Dash and Dart by Mary & Conrad Buff (Viking) Marshmallow by Clare Turlay Newberry (Harper) 1942 Medal Winner: Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey (Viking) Honor Books: An American ABC by Maud & Miska Petersham (Macmillan) In My Mother's House, illustrating by Velino Herrera; text: Ann Nolan Clark (Viking) Paddle-To-The-Sea by Holling C. Holling (Houghton) Nothing At All, by Wanda Gág (Coward) 1941 Medal Winner: They Were Strong and Good, by Robert Lawson (Viking) Honor Book: April's Kittens by Clare Turlay Newberry (Harper) 1940 Medal Winner: Abraham Lincoln by Ingri & Edgar Parin d'Aulaire (Doubleday) Honor Books: Cock-a-Doodle Doo by Berta & Elmer Hader (Macmillan) Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans (Viking) The Ageless Story by Lauren Ford (Dodd) 1939 Medal Winner: Mei Li by Thomas Handforth (Doubleday) Honor Books: Andy and the Lion by James Daugherty (Viking) Barkis by Clare Turlay Newberry (Harper) The Forest Pool by Laura Adams Armer (Longmans) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Wanda Gág (Coward) Wee Gillis, illustrated by Robert Lawson; text: Munro Leaf (Viking) 1938 Medal Winner: Animals of the Bible, A Picture Book, illustrated by Dorothy P. Lathrop; text: selected by Helen Dean Fish (Lippincott) Honor Books: Four and Twenty Blackbirds, illustrated by Robert Lawson; text: compiled by Helen Dean Fish (Stokes) Seven Simeons: A Russian Tale, retold and illustrated by Boris Artzybasheff (Viking) FIRST ED 1ST EDITION SIGNED AUTOGRAPH AUTOGRAPHED FLATSIGNED FLAT CALDECOT CALDECOTT NEWBERY NEWBERRY AWARD WINNERS Keywords: Autograph Autographed Flat signed flatsigned Newbery Caldecott Man Booker illustrated illustrator picturebook picturebooks Condition: Like New, Special Attributes: 1st Edition, Country of Manufacture: United States, Publication Year: 2005, Language: English, Format: Hardcover

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