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Awards Presentation

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Awards Presentation

Awards Presentation
When searching for good books for your students and your classroom, a good place to begin is with award winners. These books have been chosen based on certain criteria that makes them outstanding books. This presentation shows the purposes and criteria for receiving different awards. It also shows the current recipient and a past recipient of seven different award types.
John Newbery Award
Purpose
:
To encourage good writing and creative, original works for children's books and to show that this type of book is important in literature ("The John Newbery," 2014).
Terms/Criteria:
awarded annually to the author of a children's book
must be an original work
must be published by an American publisher in the United States in English during the previous year
Honor Books are named
author must be a citizen or resident of the United States
medal is chosen by the Newbery Committee
Must consider:
theme or concept, accuracy, clarity, organization, plot, characters, setting, and style ("Newbery Medal," 2014)
Randolph Caldecott Medal
Purpose:
To recognize the artist who created the most distinguished picture book of the year ("The Randolph Caldecott," 2014).
Terms/Criteria:

awarded annually
must be published by an American publisher in the United States in English during the previous year
must be a picture book
illustrations must be original work
Honor Books may be named
artists must be citizens or residents of the United States
medal awarded by the Caldecott Committee
Must Consider:
artistic technique, pictorial interpretation, appropriateness of style of illustration, the portrayal of the plot, theme, characters, setting, and mood, and the presentation to a child audience ("Terms and criteria: Randolph," 2014)
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February 1, 2014

2014 Award Winner
"Don't we all live in our heads? Where else could we possibly exist? Our brains
are
the universe."
Title:

Flora & Ulysses: The Illuminated Adventures
Author:
Kate DiCamillo
Date of Publication:
September 24, 2013
Past Award Winner
Title:

Number the Stars
Author:
Lois Lowry
Date of Publication:
1989
Newbery Award Given:
1990
2014 Award Winner
Title:

Locomotive
Author:
Brian Floca
Illustrator:
Brian Floca
Date of Publication:
September 3, 2013
Past Award Winner
Title:

The Polar Express
Author:
Chris Van Allsburg
Illustrator:
Chris Van Allsburg
Date of Publication:
1985
Caldecott Award Given:
1986

("Welcome to the Newbery," 2014)
("Newbery Medal winners," 2014)
("Welcome to the Caldecott," 2014)
("Caldecott Medal," 2014)
Geisel Honor Books
Theodor Seuss Geisel Award
Purpose:
To recognize the author(s) and illustrator(s) of the most distinguished American book for beginning readers ("Theodor Seuss," 2014).
Terms/Criteria:
given annually
must be published in English in the United States in the previous year
must be original and function successfully as a book for beginning readers
Honor Books may be named
author and illustrator must be citizens or residents of the United States
award may be given posthumously
medal awarded by a Geisel Award Committee
Must consider
: subject matter must motivate the child to read, may or may not include chapters, new words should be added and repeated to ensure retention, sentences should be simple, minimum of 24 pages, maximum of 96 pages, illustrations must tell the story, and creates a successful reading experience ("Theodor Seuss Geisel Award terms," 2014)
2014 Award Winner
Title:

The Watermelon Seed
Author:
Greg Pizzoli
Illustrator:
Greg Pizzoli
Date of Publication:
May 1, 2013
("Welcome to the Theodor," 2014)
Past Award Winner
Title:

There is a Bird on Your Head
Author:
Mo Willems
Illustrator:
Mo Willems
Date of Publication:
2007
Geisel Award Given:
2008

("Theodore Seuss Geisel," 2014)
Laura Ingalls Award
2013 Award Winner
Award Winner:
Katherine Paterson
Works Include:

Bridge to Terabithia, Jacob Have I Loved
, and
The Great Gilly Hopkins
("Welcome to the Laura," 2014)
Past Award Winner
Award Winner:
Eric Carle
Works Include:

The Grouchy Ladybug, The Very Hungry Caterpillar
, and
The Very Busy Spider
Wilder Award Given:
2003

("Laura Ingalls," 2014)
Robert F. Sibert
Informational Book Award
2014 Award Winner
Title:

Parrots Over Puerto Rico
Authors:
Susan L. Roth and Cindy Trumbore
Illustrator:
Susan L. Roth
Date of Publication:
September 15, 2013

("Welcome to the Robert," 2014)
Past Award Winner
Title:

Almost Astronauts: 13 Women Who Dared to Dream
Author:
Tanya Lee Stone
Date of Publication:
2009
Sibert Award Given:
2010

("Robert F. Sibert," 2014)
Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Children's Video
2014 Award Winner
Title:

Bink & Gollie: Two for One
Producers:
Paul R. Gagne and Melissa Reilly Ellard
Based on the Book by:
Kate DiCamillo and Alison McGhee
Date of Publication of book:
June 12, 2012
Date of Production:
2013
Length:
13 minutes

("Welcome to the Andrew," 2014)
Past Award Winner
Title:

Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!
Producers:
Weston Woods Studios and Mo Willems
Based on the book by
: Mo Willems
Date of Publication of book:
2003
Date of Production:
2009
Carnegie Award Given:
2010
("Carnegie Medal," 2014)
Mildred L. Batchelder Award
2014 Award Winner
Title:

Mister Orange
Author:
Truus Matti
Publisher:
Enchanted Lion Books
Originally published in:
Dutch
Translated by:
Laura Watkinson
Date of Publication:
2011
(Welcome to the Mildred," 2014)
Purpose:
To recognize an author or illustrator whose books have made a substantial and lasting contribution over a period of years to children's literature.
Term/Criteria:

books must be published in the United States
awarded every 2 years
may be nominated posthumously
nominees career must have been in the 25 years prior to nomination
citizenship or residence is not considered
some of the nominee's books must have been available for the last 10 years
nominee's books are continued to be requested and read by children
medal awarded by the Wilder Medal Committee
Must Consider:
books are notable and leading examples of their genre, the books have established a new type, kind, or trend in books for children, and the committee needs to be aware of the entire body of work of the author ("Wilder Award," 2014)
Date of Publication
: 1977
Date of Publication:
1981
Date of Publication:
1978
Date of Publication
: 1977
Date of Publication
: 1984
Date of Publication
: 1969
Purpose:
To recognize the most distinguished informational book published in the previous year.
Terms/Criteria:
awarded annually
must be published in the United States
must be an original work
Honor Books may be given
author must be a citizen or resident of the United States
awarded to the author, author/illustrator, co-authors, or author and illustrator named on the title page
can be given posthumously
medal awarded by the Sibert Medal Committee
Must Consider:
use of language, visual presentation, organization and documentation, presentation of facts, concepts, and ideas, the style of the presentation for the subject and the audience, supportive features, and the book must be of interest and respectful to children ("Terms and criteria: Robert," 2014)
Purpose:
To honor the producer of an outstanding children's video production released during the preceding year.
Terms/Criteria:
awarded annually
video distributed in the United States
character must be in original format
producer must be citizen or resident of the United States
video can be feature length but cannot be released in theaters
video can be based or made for a different medium
video must compliment and remain true to the original work, if adapted
video must be made available to the public in homes, libraries, and other organizations in the community
medal awarded by the Carnegie Medal/Notable Children's Videos Committee
Must consider:
special technique of the medium, the visual interpretation of the story, theme, or concept, the use of sound, the portrayal of the plot, theme, characters, setting, and information presented, the acting, and the appropriateness of the technique to the story theme and concept ("Carnegie Medal terms," 2014)
Purpose:
To encourage the international exchange of children's books.
Terms/Criteria:

must have been originally published in a language other than English
must have been published in a country other than the United States
must have been translated into English for production in the United States
medal awarded by the Batchelder Award Committee
Must consider:
text is essential, relationship is true to the original work, and the quality of the book published in the United States ("Mildred L. Batchelder," 2014)
Past Award Winner
Title:

An Innocent Soldier
Author:
Josef Holub
Publisher:
Arthur A. Levine Books
Originally published in:
German
Translated by:
Michael Hofmann
Date of Publication:
2005
Batchelder Award Given:
2006
("Batchelder Award, " 2014)
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