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Want to learn more picture book art

    Want to learn more about picture books?

    A bibliography about picture book illustration and the Caldecott Medal

ArtSpeak a discussion of mediums and techniques used in picture book art. Available online at

    www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA194481.html?q=artspeak

    Association for Library Service to Children. The Newbery and Caldecott Awards: A Guide to the Medal

     and Honor Books. American Library Association. Annual.

    Association for Library Service to Children. The Newbery and Caldecott Mock Election Kit: Choosing

     Champions in Children’s Books. American Library Association, 2001.

Bang, Molly. Picture This: How Pictures Work. SeaStar, 2000.

Caldecott Connections: http://eduscapes.com/caldecott/index.htm

“Caldecott Stunner.” School Library Journal. February 2008: 13. Available online at

    http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA6526718.html

Cummins, Julie. “Taste Trends: A Cookie Lover’s Assortment of Picture Book Art.” School Library

     Journal. September 1996: 118-123.

Cummins, Pat, editor. Talking with Artists. Simon & Schuster, 1992.

Cummins, Pat, editor. Talking with Artists: Volume Two. Simon & Schuster, 1995.

Cummins, Pat, editor. Talking with Artists: Volume Three. Clarion, 1999.

Erbach, Mary M. “Classic Caldecotts by Decade.” Book Links. July 2006: 16-20.

    Erbach, Mary M. “Illustration as Art: Color.” Book Links. March 2007: 33-36. Available online at

    http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustrationasartcolor.pdf

    Hands-on learning activities to accompany the article are available at

    http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustration_color.pdf

Erbach, Mary M. “Illustration as Art: Composition.” Book Links. November 2007: 41-44. Available

    online at

    http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustrationasart_composi

    tion.pdf

     Hands-on learning activities to accompany the article are available at

    http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustrationasart_composi

    tion_activities.pdf

    Erbach, Mary M. “Illustration as Art: Line.” Book Links. May 2007: 29-32. Available online at

    http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustrationasartline.pdf

    Hands-on learning activities to accompany the article are available at

    http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustration_line.pdf

    Erbach, Mary M. “Illustration as Art: Shape.” Book Links. July 2007: 33-36. Available online at

    http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustrationasartshape.pdf

    Hands-on learning activities to accompany the article are available at

    http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustration_shape.pdf

Erbach, Mary M. “Illustration as Art: Technique.” Book Links. September 2007: 37-40. Available

    online at http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustrationasart-

    technique.pdf. Hands-on learning activities to accompany the article are available at

    http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/illustrationasart_techniqu

    e.pdf

Engelfried, Steven. “Always Worth a Closer Look: The Randolph Caldecott Award.” Interchange.

    Oregon Educational Media Association. Winter 2007: 5-6.

Evans, Dilys. Show & Tell: Exploring the Fine Art of Children's Book Illustration. Chronicle Books, 2008.

    Fader, Ellen. “If You Only Knew.” School Library Journal. August 1999: 34-36. Available online at

    http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/article/CA153022.html?q=fader+ellen.

Gonyea, Mark. Another Book about Design: Complicated Doesn’t Make It Bad. Henry Holt, 2007.

Gonyea, Mark. A Book about Design: Complicated Doesn’t Make It Good. Henry Holt, 2005.

Grimes, Nikki. “Speaking Out.” Horn Book Magazine. July/August 2009: 391-393.

Harris, Jeanne McLain and Lucille Lettow. “Book Design, Part I.” Book Links. November 1996: 52-54.

Harris, Jeanne McLain and Lucille Lettow. “Book Design, Part II.” Book Links. March 1997: 31-33.

The Horn Book and Association for Library Service to Children. The Newbery & Caldecott Medal

     Books 1986 2000. American Library Association, 2000.

Kiefer, Barbara. “Visual Criticism and Children’s Literature.” Evaluating Children’s Books: A Critical

     Look, edited by Betsy Hearne and Roger Sutton. University of Illinois Graduate School of

     Library and Information Science, 1993.

Lacy, Lyn Ellen. Art and Design in Children’s Picture Books: An Analysis of Caldecott Award-

     Winning Illustrations. American Library Association, 1986.

    Lamb, Annette and Larry Johnson. “Caldecott Connections, Part 1: Illustrations, illustrators, and

    technology.” Teacher Librarian. June 2008: 67-71.

    Lamb, Annette and Larry Johnson. “Caldecott Connections, Part 2: Visual storytelling across the

    curriculum.” Teacher Librarian. October 2008: 67-71.

    Lambert, Megan. “InFORMed Reading: Evaluating and Using Picture Books, Beginning Reader Books,

    and Illustrated Books.” Children & Libraries: The Journal of the Association for Library Service

    to Children. Winter 2006: 31-54.

Marantz, Sylvia and Kenneth. “Sixty Years of Caldecott Medal Winners.” Book Links. March 1999:

    9-14.

Marcus, Leonard S. Ways of Telling: Conversations on the Art of the Picture Book. Dutton, 2002.

Marcus, Leonard S. A Caldecott Celebration: Six Artists and Their Paths to the Caldecott Medal.

     Walker, 1998.

Picturing Books: http://picturingbooks.com/

Riskin, Shelley. “Mock Caldecott with a Difference.” Book Links. January 2006: 18-20.

Rockman, Connie. “Choosing the Caldecott.” Book Links. August/September 2001: 20-23. Available

    online at http://www.ala.org/ala/aboutala/offices/publishing/booklinks/resources/caldecott.cfm

Shulevitz, Uri. Writing with Pictures: How to Write and Illustrate Children’s Books. Watson-Guptill

    Publications, 1997, c1985.

Stewig, John Warren. “A Caldecott Committee at Work.” Book Links. March 1999: 15-18.

To learn the winner of the 2010 Caldecott Medal, watch the American Library Association’s Youth

    Media Awards Press Conference Web cast live at 5 a.m. PST on Monday, January 18, 2010. Follow

    the links that will be on the ALA homepage at www.ala.org.

    Find the news release with the announcement at www.ala.org by noon (Eastern Time) that day.

Prepared for the Oregon Library Association Children’s Services Division 2010 Mock Caldecott

    Workshop, December 5, 2009

    Bibliography originally compiled in 2000 by Ellen Fader; updated in 2009 by Jackie Partch. Multnomah County Library, Portland, OR

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