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‘Merci Suárez’ Wins Newbery Medal, And ‘Hello Lighthouse’ Attracts Caldecott

Juli 13, 2019

Enlarge this imageAn excerpt of Sophie Blackall’s Caldecott-winning Hello Lighthouse.Sophie Blackall/Courtesy of Little, Brown Textbooks for Youthful Readershide captiontoggle captionSophie Blackall Earl Watford Jersey /Courtesy of Little, Brown Publications for Younger ReadersAn excerpt of Sophie Blackall’s Caldecott-winning Hi there Lighthouse.Sophie Blackall/Courtesy of Very little, Brown Books for Youthful ReadersUpdated at two:32 p.m. ET Confident, we may be mired in the dark days of wintertime, however you would not comprehend it because of the splash of shade that saturated the American Library A sociation’s annual award presentation Monday in the pastels around the pages from the picture publications, into the two bronze medals that characterize a lot of the best honors in kid’s literature. Meg Medina’s Merci Surez Changes Gears gained this year’s Newbery Medal, awarded to the “most distinguished contribution to American literature for youngsters.” Meanwhile, Sophie Blackall’s Hello Lighthouse received the Caldecott Medal, which fits on the artist powering the “most distinguished American image e book for children.” It’s the next Caldecott Medal for Blackall in only four many years, as the illustrator also gained in 2016 for her work on Locating Winnie: The True Story with the World’s Most Famed Bear. The two medals headlined the ALA’s Youth Media Awards, the ceremony that often crowns the a sociation’s midwinter conference in Seattle, but these awards were being under no circumstances the only types handed out.See some former winnersThe Two-Way’Hello, Universe’ Wins Newbery Medal, Though Caldecott Goes To ‘Wolf While in the Snow’The Two-WayJohn Lewis’ Graphic Memoir Wins four American Library A sociation Awards In actual fact, in exce s of a dozen other prizes got distributed. That includes the Michael L. Printz Award, which went to Elizabeth Acevedo’s The Poet X for youthful grownup literature; the Theodor Seu s Geisel Award for perform geared towards commencing viewers, which was awarded to Corey R. Tabor’s Fox the Tiger; along with the Coretta Scott King Awards, which celebrate the most effective will work by African-American authors and illustrators celebrating the black knowledge. The latter award, which was named for that activist and spouse of Martin Luther King Jr., is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. To see the total listing of winners of all of the a lot of prizes handed out Monday simply click this backlink or perhaps scroll down. You can also verify out a glimpse inside the covers of your Caldecott winner, Hi there Lighthouse, by scrolling each of the way down or perhaps clicking right here for making the big jump. The Winners Newbery Medal: Merci Surez Alterations Gears, by Meg Medina. Caldecott Medal: Hi there Lighthouse, illustrated and written by Sophie Blackall. Theodor Seu s Geisel Award (for “the most distinguished American e-book for commencing readers”): Fox the Tiger, composed and illustrated by Corey R. Tabor. Kid’s Literature Legacy Award (for an author or illustrator whose publications “over a period of many years, a substantial and lasting contribution to literature for youngsters through publications that reveal integrity and regard for all kid’s lives and experiences”): Walter Dean Myers. Excellence in Early Learning Electronic Media (for “distinguished digital media for an early mastering audience”): Engage in and Understand Science, made by PBS Kids. Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Medal (for “the most distinguished informational book”): The Woman Who Drew Butterflies: How Maria Merian’s Art Improved Science, by Joyce Sidman. Mildred L. Batchelder Award (to the publisher from the most eminent guides originating within a region aside from the U.S. and in a language other than English, afterwards translated and published in the U.S.): The Fox over the Swing, published by Thames & Hudson, penned by Evelina Dacit, illustrated by Aura Kiudulait, and translated from Lithuanian by the Translation Bureau. Might Hill Arbuthnot Honor Lecture Award (selecting an honoree “who shall prepare a paper considered to be a significant contribution into the field of children’s literature”): Neil Gaiman. Pura Belpr Award (for “a Latino/Latina writer and illustrator whose perform best portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino cultural working experience in an outstanding do the job of literature for youngsters and youth”):Illustration: Dreamers, illustrated and created by Yuyi Morales Text: The Poet X, by Elizabeth AcevedoMichael L. Printz Award (for “the finest guide published for teens, based entirely on its literary merit”): The Poet X, by Elizabeth Acevedo. Excellence in Nonfiction Award (for “the ideal nonfiction reserve posted for youthful adults ages 12-18″): The Unwanted: Stories from the Syrian Refugees, by Don Brown. William C. Morris Award (for operate “published by a first-time creator writing for teens and celebrating impre sive new voices in young adult literature”): Darius the Great is Not Okay, by Adib Khorram. Ody sey Award (for the “best audiobook made for children and/or younger adults, available in English within the U.S.”): Sadie, produced by Macmillan Audio, composed by Courtney Summers, narrated by Rebecca Soler, Fred Berman, Dan Bittner, Gabra Zackman and much more. Margaret A. Edwards Award (for “significant and long lasting contribution to younger grownup literature”): M.T. Anderson. Coretta Scott King Ebook Awards (for “books for youngsters and young adults that reveal an appreciation of African American culture and universal human values”):Creator award: A Few Red Drops: The Chicago Race Riot of 1919, by Claire Hartfield Illustrator award: The Stuff of Stars, illustrated by Ekua Holmes, penned by Marion Dane Bauer Virginia Hamilton Award (lifetime achievement): Pauletta Brown Bracy John Steptoe Award for New Talent (Illustrator): Thank You, Omu!, by Oge Mora John Steptoe Award for New Talent (Writer): Monday’s Not Coming, by Tiffany D. JacksonStonewall Book Awards (for operate of “exceptional merit relating to the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender experience”):Children Here, Here,,,,,,,,,,,,, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here. ,,,,,,,,,,,, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here. : Julin is a Mermaid, by Je sica Love Youthful adult: Hurricane Child, by Kheryn CallenderSchneider Family E-book Award (for “a ebook that embodies an artistic expre sion with the disability experience for child and adolescent audiences”):Kids: Rescue & Je sica: A Life-Changing Friendship, prepared by Je sica Kensky and Patrick Downes, illustrated by Scott Magoon Middle grade: The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle, by Leslie Connor Teen: Anger Is a Gift, by Mark OshiroSydney Taylor Ebook Award (for “outstanding books for youngsters and teens that authentically portray the Jewish experience”):Young viewers: All-of-a-Kind Family Hanukkah, written by Emily Jenkins, illustrated by Paul Zelinsky Older readers: Sweep: The Story of a Lady and Her Monster, by Jonathan Auxier Teen audience: What the Night Sings, by Vesper StamperAsian/Pacific American Librarians A sociation Award for Literature (for fantastic “work about Asian/Pacific Americans and their heritage”):Image e-book: Drawn Together, prepared by Minh L, illustrated by Dan Santat Children’s literature: Front Desk, by Kelly Yang Youthful grownup literature: Darius the Great is Not Okay, by Adib KhorramA glimpse of Good day Lighthouse Sophie Blackall/Courtesy of Minimal, Brown Publications for Youthful ReadersEnlarge this imageSophie Blackall/Courtesy of Very little, Brown Textbooks for Young ReadersSophie Blackall/Courtesy of Minimal, Brown Textbooks for Youthful ReadersEnlarge this imageSophie Blackall/Courtesy of Little, Brown Guides for Younger ReadersSophie Blackall/Courtesy of Tiny, Brown Books for Young Readers


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