Caldecott Honor


Caldecott Honor

The Caldecott Honor is a citation given by the Association for Library Service to Children of the American Library Association (ALA). The Caldecott Honor is given to worthy runners-up for the Caldecott Medal, a higher honor. Though the Caldecott Honor was initiated in 1971, specially cited runners-up for the Caldecott Medal from previous years were retroactively named Caldecott Honor books.

The following is a list of Caldecott Honor books, in reverse chronological order:

The 2000s

2008
*"" illustrated by Kadir Nelson, written by Ellen Levine (Scholastic)
*"First the Egg" by Laura Vaccaro Seeger (Roaring Brook/Neal Porter)
*"" by Peter Sís (Farrar/Frances Foster)
*"" by Mo Willems (Hyperion)2007
*"" by David McLimans (Walker)
*"" illustrated by Kadir Nelson, written by Carole Boston Weatherford (Hyperion/Jump at the Sun)2006
*"Rosa" illustrated by Bryan Collier, written by Nikki Giovanni (Henry Holt and Company)
*"Zen Shorts" by Jon J. Muth (Scholastic Press)
*"" 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
*"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)
*"" by Mo Willems (Hyperion Books for Children)2004
*"Ella Sarah Gets Dressed" by Margaret Chodos-Irvine (Harcourt, Inc.)
*"What Do You Do with a Tail Like This?" by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page (Houghton Mifflin Company)
*"Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!" by Mo Willems (Hyperion)2003
*"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
*"The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins" illustrated by Brian Selznick, written by Barbara Kerley (Scholastic)
*"" illustrated by Bryan Collier, written by Doreen Rappaport (Jump at the Sun/Hyperion)
*"The Stray Dog" by Marc Simont (HarperCollins)2001
*"Casey at the Bat" illustrated by Christopher Bing, written by Ernest Thayer (Handprint)
*"" illustrated by Betsy Lewin, written by Doreen Cronin (Simon & Schuster)
*"Olivia" by Ian Falconer (Atheneum)2000
*"A Child's Calendar" illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman, written by 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, written by Hans Christian Andersen, adapted by Jerry Pinkney (Morrow)

The 1990s

1999
*"" illustrated by Brian Pinkney, written by 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
*"The Gardener" illustrated by David Small, written by Sarah Stewart (Farrar)
*"Harlem" illustrated by Christopher Myers, written by Walter Dean Myers (Scholastic)
*"There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly" by Simms Taback (Viking)1997
*"Hush! A Thai Lullaby" illustrated by Holly Meade, written by 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
*"Alphabet City" by Stephen T. Johnson (Viking)
*"Zin! Zin! Zin! a Violin" illustrated by Marjorie Priceman, written by Lloyd Moss (Simon & Schuster)
*"The Faithful Friend" illustrated by Brian Pinkney, written by Robert D. San Souci (Simon & Schuster)
*"Tops & Bottoms" adapted and illustrated by Janet Stevens (Harcourt)1995
*"John Henry" illustrated by Jerry Pinkney, written by Julius Lester (Dial)
*"Swamp Angel" illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky, written by Anne Issacs (Dutton)
*"Time Flies" by Eric Rohmann (Crown)1994
*"Peppe the Lamplighter" illustrated by Ted Lewin, written by Elisa Bartone (Lothrop)
*"In the Small, Small Pond" by Denise Fleming (Holt)
*"" by Gerald McDermott (Harcourt)
*"Owen" by Kevin Henkes (Greenwillow)
*"Yo! Yes?" illustrated by Chris Raschka, edited by Richard Jackson (Orchard)1993
*"The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales" illustrated by Lane Smith, written by Jon Scieszka (Viking)
*"Seven Blind Mice" by Ed Young (Philomel Books)
*"Working Cotton" illustrated by Carole Byard, written by Sherley Anne Williams (Harcourt)1992
*"Tar Beach" by Faith Ringgold (Crown Publishers, Inc., a Random House Co.)1991
*"Puss in Boots" illustrated by Fred Marcellino, written by Charles Perrault, translated by Malcolm Arthur (Di Capua/Farrar)
*"" by Vera B. Williams (Greenwillow)1990
*"" by Bill Peet (Houghton)
*"Color Zoo" by Lois Ehlert (Lippincott)
*"" illustrated by Jerry Pinkney, written by Robert D. San Souci (Dial)
*"Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins" illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman, written by Eric Kimmel (Holiday House)

The 1980s

1989
*"The Boy of the Three-Year Nap" illustrated by Allen Say, written by 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, written by Patricia C. McKissack (Knopf)1988
*"" by John Steptoe (Lothrop)1987
*"The Village of Round and Square Houses" by Ann Grifalconi (Little, Brown)
*"Alphabatics" by Suse MacDonald (Bradbury)
*"Rumpelstiltskin" by Paul O. Zelinsky (Dutton)1986
*"The Relatives Came" illustrated by Stephen Gammell, written by Cynthia Rylant (Bradbury)
*"King Bidgood's in the Bathtub" illustrated by Don Wood, written by Audrey Wood (Harcourt)1985
*"Hansel and Gretel" illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky, retold by Rika Lesser (Dodd)
*"Have You Seen My Duckling?" by Nancy Tafuri (Greenwillow)
*"" by John Steptoe (Lothrop)1984
*"Little Red Riding Hood" by Trina Schart Hyman (Holiday)
*"Ten, Nine, Eight" by Molly Bang (Greenwillow)1983
*"A Chair for My Mother" by Vera B. Williams (Greenwillow)
*"When I Was Young in the Mountains" illustrated by Diane Goode, written by Cynthia Rylant (Dutton)1982
*"Where the Buffaloes Begin" illustrated by Stephen Gammell, written by Olaf Baker (Warne)
*"On Market Street" illustrated by Anita Lobel, written by Arnold Lobel (Greenwillow)
*"Outside Over There" by Maurice Sendak (Harper)
*"" illustrated by Alice and Martin Provensen, written by Nancy Willard (Harcourt)1981
*"The Bremen-Town Musicians" 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
*"Ben's Trumpet" by Rachel Isadora (Greenwillow)
*"The Garden Of Abdul Gasazi" by Chris Van Allsburg (Houghton)
*"The Treasure" by Uri Shulevitz (Farrar)

The 1970s

1979
*"Freight Train" by Donald Crews (Greenwillow)
*"The Way to Start a Day" illustrated by Peter Parnall, written by Byrd Baylor (Scribner)1978
*"Castle" by David Macaulay (Houghton)
*"It Could Always Be Worse" by Margot Zemach (Farrar)1977
*"The Amazing Bone" by William Steig (Farrar)
*"The Contest" by Nonny Hogrogian (Greenwillow)
*"Fish for Supper" by M. B. Goffstein (Dial)
*"" by Beverly Brodsky McDermott (Lippincott)
*"Hawk, I'm Your Brother" illustrated by Peter Parnall, written by Byrd Baylor (Scribner)1976
*"The Desert is Theirs" illustrated by Peter Parnall, written by Byrd Baylor (Scribner)
*"Strega Nona" by Tomie de Paola (Prentice-Hall)1975
*"" illustrated by Tom Feelings, written by Muriel Feelings (Dial)1974
*"Three Jovial Huntsmen" by Susan Jeffers (Bradbury)
*"Cathedral" by David Macaulay (Houghton)1973
*"" by Gerald McDermott (Holt)
*"Hosie's Alphabet" illustrated by Leonard Baskin, written by Hosea, Tobias and Lisa Baskin (Viking)
*"Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs" illustrated by Nancy Ekholm Burkert, translated by Randall Jarrell, retold from the Brothers Grimm (Farrar)
*"When Clay Sings" illustrated by Tom Bahti, written by Byrd Baylor (Scribner)1972
*"Hildilid's Night" illustrated by Arnold Lobel, written by Cheli Durán Ryan (Macmillan)
*"If All the Seas Were One Sea" by Janina Domanska (Macmillan)
*"" illustrated by Tom Feelings, written by Muriel Feelings (Dial)1971
*"The Angry Moon" illustrated by Blair Lent, retold by William Sleator (Atlantic)
*"Frog and Toad are Friends" by Arnold Lobel (Harper)
*"In the Night Kitchen" by Maurice Sendak (Harper)1970
*"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, written by Edna Mitchell Preston (Viking)
*"Thy Friend, Obadiah" by Brinton Turkle (Viking)
*"" illustrated by Margot Zemach, written by Harve Zemach (Farrar)

The 1960s

1969
*"Why the Sun and the Moon Live in the Sky" illustrated by Blair Lent, written by Elphinstone Dayrell (Houghton)1968
*"Frederick" by Leo Lionni (Pantheon)
*"Seashore Story" by Taro Yashima (Viking)
*"The Emperor and the Kite" illustrated by Ed Young, written by Jane Yolen (World)1967
*"One Wide River to Cross" illustrated by Ed Emberley, adapted by Barbara Emberley (Prentice-Hall)1966
*"Hide and Seek Fog" illustrated by Roger Duvoisin, written by Alvin Tresselt (Lothrop)
*"Just Me" by Marie Hall Ets (Viking)
*"Tom Tit Tot" by Evaline Ness (Scribner)1965
*"Rain Makes Applesauce" illustrated by Marvin Bileck, written by Julian Scheer (Holiday)
*"The Wave" illustrated by Blair Lent, written by Margaret Hodges (Houghton)
*"A Pocketful of Cricket" illustrated by Evaline Ness, written by Rebecca Caudill (Holt)1964
*"Swimmy" by Leo Lionni (Pantheon)
*"All in the Morning Early" illustrated by Evaline Ness, written by Sorche Nic Leodhas (Holt)
*"Mother Goose and Nursery Rhymes" illustrated by Philip Reed (Atheneum)1963
*"The Sun is a Golden Earring" illustrated by Bernarda Bryson, written by Natalia M. Belting (Holt)
*"Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present" illustrated by Maurice Sendak, written by Charlotte Zolotow (Harper)1962
*"" by Peter Spier (Doubleday)
*"Little Bear's Visit" illustrated by Maurice Sendak, written by Else H. Minarik (Harper)
*"The Day We Saw the Sun Come Up" illustrated by Adrienne Adams, written by Alice E. Goudey (Scribner)1961
*"Inch by Inch" by Leo Lionni (Obolensky)1960
*"Houses from the Sea" illustrated by Adrienne Adams, written by Alice E. Goudey (Scribner)
*"The Moon Jumpers" illustrated by Maurice Sendak, written by Janice May Udry (Harper)

The 1950s

1959
*"" by Antonio Frasconi (Harcourt)
*"What Do You Say, Dear?" illustrated by Maurice Sendak, written by Sesyle Joslin (W. R. Scott)
*"Umbrella" by Taro Yashima (Viking)1958
*"Fly High, Fly Low" by Don Freeman (Viking)
*"Anatole and the Cat" illustrated by Paul Galdone, written by Eve Titus (McGraw-Hill)1957
*"Mr. Penny's Race Horse" by Marie Hall Ets (Viking)
*"1 is One" by Tasha Tudor (Walck)
*"Anatole" illustrated by Paul Galdone, written by Eve Titus (McGraw-Hill)
*"Gillespie and the Guards" illustrated by James Daugherty, written by Benjamin Elkin (Viking)
*"Lion" by William Pène du Bois (Viking)1956
*"Play With Me" by Marie Hall Ets (Viking)
*"Crow Boy" by Taro Yashima (Viking)1955
*"Book of Nursery and Mother Goose Rhymes" illustrated by Marguerite de Angeli (Doubleday)
*"Wheel On The Chimney" illustrated by Tibor Gergely, written by Margaret Wise Brown (Lippincott)
*"The Thanksgiving Story" illustrated by Helen Sewell, written by Alice Dalgliesh (Scribner)1954
*"Journey Cake, Ho!" illustrated by Robert McCloskey, written by Ruth Sawyer (Viking)
*"When Will the World Be Mine?" illustrated by Jean Charlot, written by Miriam Schlein (W. R. Scott)
*"The Steadfast Tin Soldier" illustrated by Marcia Brown, written by Hans Christian Andersen, translated by M. R. James (Scribner)
*"A Very Special House" illustrated by Maurice Sendak, written by Ruth Krauss (Harper)
*"Green Eyes" by A. Birnbaum (Capitol)1953
*"Puss in Boots" illustrated by Marcia Brown, translated by Marcia Brown, written by Charles Perrault (Scribner)
*"One Morning in Maine" by Robert McCloskey (Viking)
*"" by Fritz Eichenberg (Harcourt)
*"The Storm Book" illustrated by Margaret Bloy Graham, written by Charlotte Zolotow (Harper)
*"Five Little Monkeys" by Juliet Kepes (Houghton)1952
*"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, written by Gene Zion (Harper)
*"Bear Party" by William Pène du Bois (Viking)
*"Feather Mountain" by Elizabeth Olds (Houghton)1951
*"Dick Whittington and his Cat" by Marcia Brown (Scribner)
*"The Two Reds" illustrated by Nicolas, written by Will (Harcourt)
*"If I Ran the Zoo" by Dr. Seuss (Random House)
*"The Most Wonderful Doll in the World" illustrated by Helen Stone, written by Phyllis McGinley (Lippincott)
*"T-Bone, the Baby Sitter" by Clare Turlay Newberry (Harper)1950
*"America's Ethan Allen" illustrated by Lynd Ward, written by Stewart Holbrook (Houghton)
*"The Wild Birthday Cake" illustrated by Hildegard Woodward, written by Lavinia R. Davis (Doubleday)
*"The Happy Day" illustrated by Marc Simont, written by Ruth Krauss (Harper)
*"Bartholomew and the Oobleck" by Dr. Seuss (Random House)
*"Henry Fisherman" by Marcia Brown

The 1940s

1949
*"Blueberries for Sal" by Robert McCloskey (Viking)
*"All Around the Town" illustrated by Helen Stone, written by Phyllis McGinley
*"Juanita" by Leo Politi (Scribner)
*"Fish in the Air" by Kurt Wiese (Viking)1948
*"Stone Soup" by Marcia Brown (Scribner)
*"McElligot's Pool" by Dr. Seuss (Random House)
*"Bambino the Clown" by Georges Schreiber (Viking)
*"Roger and the Fox" illustrated by Hildegard Woodward, written by Lavinia R. Davis (Doubleday)
*"Song of Robin Hood" illustrated by Virginia Lee Burton, edited by Anne Malcolmson (Houghton)1947
*"Rain Drop Splash" illustrated by Leonard Weisgar, written by Alvin Tresselt (Lothrop)
*"Boats on the River" illustrated by Jay Hyde Barnum, written by Marjorie Flack (Viking)
*"Timothy Turtle" illustrated by Tony Palazzo, written by Al Graham (Welch)
*"Pedro, the Angel of Olvera Street" by Leo Politi (Scribner)
*"" illustrated by Marjorie Torrey, selected by Opal Wheeler (Dutton)1946
*"Little Lost Lamb" illustrated by Leonard Weisgard, written by Golden MacDonald (Doubleday)
*"Sing Mother Goose" illustrated by Marjorie Torrey, music by Opal Wheeler (Dutton)
*"My Mother is the Most Beautiful Woman in the World" illustrated by Ruth Gannett, written by Becky Reyher (Lothrop)
*"You Can Write Chinese" by Kurt Wiese (Viking)1945
*"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, written by Ruth Sawyer (Viking)1944
*"" illustrated by Elizabeth Orton Jones, selected by Jessie Orton Jones (Viking)
*"Pierre Pidgeon" illustrated by Arnold E. Bare, written by Lee Kingman (Houghton)
*"The Mighty Hunter" by Berta and Elmer Hader (Macmillan)
*"A Child's Good Night Book" illustrated by Jean Charlot, written by Margaret Wise Brown (W. R. Scott)
*"Good-Luck Horse" illustrated by Plato Chan, written by Chih-Yi Chan (Whittlesey)1943
*"Dash and Dart" by Mary and Conrad Buff (Viking)
*"Marshmallow" by Clare Turlay Newberry (Harper)1942
*"An American ABC" by Maud and Miska Petersham (Macmillan)
*"In My Mother's House" illustrating by Velino Herrera, written by Ann Nolan Clark (Viking)
*"Paddle-To-The-Sea" by Holling C. Holling (Houghton)
*"Nothing At All" by Wanda Gág (Coward)1941
*"April's Kittens" by Clare Turlay Newberry (Harper)

1940
*"Cock-a-Doodle Doo" by Berta and Elmer Hader (Macmillan)
*"Madeline" by Ludwig Bemelmans (Viking)
*"The Ageless Story" by Lauren Ford (Dodd)

The 1930s

1939
*"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, written by Munro Leaf (Viking)1938
*"Four and Twenty Blackbirds" illustrated by Robert Lawson, compiled by Helen Dean Fish (Stokes)
*"" by Boris Artzybasheff (Viking)

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