Mock Caldecott & King

2013 Mock Caldecott

Winner

Extra Yarn. Illustrated by Jon Klassen, written by Mac Barne

Honor Titles

Abe Lincoln’s DreamIllustrated and written by Lane Smith
  One Cool Friend. Illustrated by David Small, written by Tony Buzzeo

Other Titles Considered

And Then it’s Spring.  Illustrated by Erin E. Stead, written by Julie Fogliano
Auntie Yang’s Great Soybean PicnicIllustrated by Beth Lo, written by Ginnie Lo
Bear has a Story to Tell. Illustrated by Erin E. Stead, written by Philip Stead
  Ellen’s Broom. Illustrated by Daniel Minter, written by Kelly Starling Lyons
Green. Illustrated and writtenby Laura Vaccaro Seeger
A Home for Bird. Illustrated and written by Philip C  Stead
House Held up by Trees. Illustrated by Jon Klassen, written by Ted Koose
Laundry Day. Illustrated and written by Maurie J. Manning
  Mrs. Harkness and the Panda. Illustrated by Melissa Sweet, written by Alicia Potter
  Puffling Patrol . Illustrated and written by Betsy and Ted Lewin
  This is Not My Hat. Illustrated and written by Jon Klassen
  UnBEElievablesIllustrated and writtenby Douglas Florian
  Z is for Moose.  Illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky, written by Kelly Bingham

2013 Mock King

Winner

  I , too, am America. Illustrated by Bryan Collier, written by Langston Hughes

Honor Titles

Ellen’s Broom. Illustrated by  Daniel Minter, written by Kelly Starling Lyons
  Fifty Cents and a Dream: Young Booker T. Washington. Illustrated by Bryan Collier, written by Jabari  Asim
  I Lay my Stitches Down: Poems of American Slavery. Illustrated by Michele Wood, written by Cynthia Grady
  We March. Illustrated and written by Shane Evans

Other Titles Considered

Freedom Song: the Story of Henry “Box” Brown.  Illustrated by Sean Qualls, written by Sally Walker
  Harlem’s Little Blackbird: the Story of Florence Mills. Illustrated by Christian Robinson, written by Renee Watson
I Have a Dream: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Illustrated by Kadir Nelson, written by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  It Jes’ Happened: When Bill Traylor Started to Draw. Illustrated by R. Gregory Christie, written by Don Tate
  When Grandmama Sings. Illustrated by James E. Ransome, written by Margaree King  Mitchell
  Words Set me Free: the Story of young Frederick Douglass. Illustrated by James E. Ransome, written by Lisa Cline-Ransome

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