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Awards Presentation

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Anita Lovelady

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Laura Ingalls Wilder Award
The Caldecott Medal
Andrew Carnegie Medal of Excellence in Children's Video
The Coretta Scott King Award
Established in 1954
Honors an author or illustrator whose books are published in the United States.
The Illustrator must have made a substantial and lasting contribution to literaure for children.
Past winners include E.B White, Beverly Clearly, Dr. Seuss, Maurice Sendak, Marcia Brown and Eric Carle
Established in 1988
It honors an author and a specific body of his or her work.
It is awarded for a significant contribution to young adult literature.
The annual award is administered by YALSA and sponsored by
School Library Journa
l magazine.
It recognizes an author's work in helping adolescents become aware of themeselves addressing questions about their rold and importance in relationships, society, and in the world.
The Caldecott Medal was named after English illustrator Randolph Caldecott.
It is awarded annually by the Children's and School Librarians Sections of the American Library Association.
The award goes to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children.
It was designed by Rene Paul Chambellan.
The Coretta Scott King Award is given annually.
It is awarded to outstanding African American authors and illustrators the demonstrate an appreciation of African American culture and universal values.
The award commemorates the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and honors his wife, Mrs. Coretta Scott King, for her courage and determination to continue the work for peace and world brotherhood.
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Anita Lovelady

The 2013 winner of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award is Katherine Patterson. She was born in China in 1932.
The Sign of the Chrysanthemum
was her first book. It was written in 1973.
Supported by the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
It was awarded for the first time in 1991.
It honors outstanding video productions for children released during the previous year.
The annual award is given to the video's producer by the Association of Library Service to Chilren(ALSC).
The 2013 Carnegie Medal Winner is
Anna, Emma and the Condors
. It was directed and produced by Katja Torneman.
Katja Torneman
The 2014 Winners are:
By: Molly Idle
By: David Wiesner
By: Aaron Becker
By: Brian Floca

2014
Coretta Scott King
Illustrator Winner:






Illustrator: Bryan Collier
2014
Coretta Scott King
Author Award Winner:

By: Rita Williams-Garcia
Margaret A. Edwards Award
Markus Zusak
2014 Winner:
For the Following
Books:
The Michael L. Printz Award for Excellence in
Young Adult Literature
Is awarded for a book that exemplifies literary excellence in young adult literature.
The award was named for a Topeka, Kansas school librarian who was a long-time active member of the Young Adult Library Services Association.
It is sponsored by Booklist, a publication of the American Library Association.
The 2014 Winner is
Where Things Come Back
by John Corey Whaley.
The Barchelder Award
Is given to the most outstanding children's book originally published in a language other than English in country other that the United States, and then translated into English for publication in the United States.
The 2014 Winner is
Mister Orange
written by Truus Matti. It was orginally publiched in Dutch in 2011. It was translated by Laura Watkinson.
Coretta Scott King
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