Herr, Gretchen Westervelt, Florence D. Christolon, Prince William Public Library. But I wouldn't be surprised to find a large segment of the adult population who could take pleasure in reading children's recommended titles. Stewart, Jean Thomson, Bernice Wiese. Miller, Nancy Orr, Pauline E.
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Markey, Manhattan Beach, Calif. Beitler, Scott Blume, Clara N. Annually honors a chapter book with the most distinguished contribution to American literature for teens. May Hill Arbuthnot was born in Mason City, Iowa, and graduated from the University of Chicago in , receiving her master's degree in from Columbia University. Alexander, Elizabeth Burr, Laura E.
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The lecturer, announced annually at the ALA Midwinter Meeting, may be an author, critic, librarian, historian, or teacher of children's literature, of any country, who shall prepare a paper considered to be a significant contribution to the field of children's literature. Learn more about the Edwards Award. The adventure is grand and whole-hearted, its heroics sometimes cut down to size by the ironic tone into which the book occasionally dips. Zeiger, consultant Betsy Hearne. Bryan, Elizabeth Burr, Laura E. Cornwell, Diane Driessen, Sharon B.
Parfrey, Patricia Saylor, Ellen M. Bryan, Elizabeth Burr, Laura E. On June 22, , Frederic G. During , children's picturebook lovers everywhere celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Caldecott Award. Hardendorff, Virginia M. Hesse, who says she grew up reading Newbery winners, says children's literature has an appeal that draws in adults, as well.