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First printing of the Caldecott award-winning Madeline book, in which a dog saves the day – an unusually nice copy, rare in this condition.
DU IZ TAK?
Inscribed uncorrected proof of this delightful book written in an invented bug language, following a community of insects as they enjoy a growing plant – a Caldecott Honor book.
Signed first edition, first printing of this Caldecott Honor book by the author, illustrator, theatre designer, and veteran cover artist for THE NEW YORKER.
NOTHING AT ALL
First printing of this sweet story of an invisible dog who slowly finds his shape, a Caldecott Honor book.
THE MAN WHO WALKED BETWEEN THE TOWERS
First printing of the Caldecott award winner, about French aerialist Philippe Petit's tightrope walk across the two towers of the former World Trade Center in New York City.
FISH FOR SUPPER
First printing of this charmingly minimalist story of a little old lady's day fishing.
THE BIG SNOW
Inscribed second printing of the first edition of this Caldecott Award winner – with an original watercolor and inscribed to Marian Young, a prominent librarian and member of the Caldecott Award selection committee.
First printing of this early Caldecott winner, the story of a little Chinese girl who is determined to show that she belongs at the New Year Fair – in notably sharp condition.
HERSHEL AND THE HANUKKAH GOBLINS
Signed first printing of the story of how clever Hershel outwits a band of goblins that have set up camp in a synagogue, the recipient of a 1990 Caldecott Honor.
FROG WENT A-COURTIN'
First printing of this colorful retelling of the beloved folktale and song, one of the rarest Caldecott Medal winners.
ANIMALS OF THE BIBLE
First edition, first issue of the first book to win the Caldecott Medal, a brilliant copy.
First edition of this Caldecott Honor book, the story of a little orphaned fish who demonstrates that there is power in numbers.
ARROW TO THE SUN: A Pueblo Indian Tale
Inscribed third printing of the Caldecott winner, this copy inscribed by white author and filmmaker McDermott to Marian Young, a prominent librarian and member of the Caldecott Award Selection Committee.
MIRANDY AND BROTHER WIND
Signed later printing of this story of a girl who wants to dance with the wind – winner of a 1989 Caldecott Honor and the 1989 Coretta Scott King Award.
SAM, BANGS & MOONSHINE
First printing of this Caldecott Medal-winning story of a fisherman's daughter whose daydreams get a little boy into trouble.
THE FAITHFUL FRIEND
Signed first printing of this Caldecott and Coretta Scott King Honor-winning adaptation of a West Indian folktale full of "romance, intrigue, and incomparable courage" (jacket), with rich illustrations by Brian Pinkney.
THE LION AND THE MOUSE
Signed first printing of this lovely retelling of one of Aesop's best-known fables — winner of the 2010 Caldecott Medal.
THE GLORIOUS FLIGHT: ACROSS THE CHANNEL WITH LOUIS BLÉRIOT
First printing of the exciting story of Louis Blériot's flight over the English Channel in 1909, the first time such a feat had been accomplished.
A BALL FOR DAISY
Signed first printing of this wordless picture book about a dog who loses her ball but finds a friend — winner of the 2012 Caldecott Medal.
MY FRIEND RABBIT
First printing of the 2003 winner of the Caldecott, with no medal on the original dust jacket.
THE TALKING EGGS
First printing of this magical folktale about the beauty to be found inside, winner of the 1989 Coretta Scott King Award and a 1990 Caldecott Honor.
JOURNEY CAKE, HO!
First printing of this delightful take on the tale of the Gingerbread Man, winner of a 1954 Caldecott Honor – scarce in dust jacket.
THE CHRISTMAS ANNA ANGEL
Privately printed limited edition of the Caldecott Honor Christmas story, printed on fine paper with attractive typography and gorgeous illustrations by Seredy.
THE BOY OF THE THREE-YEAR NAP
First printing of this hilarious story about a clever but lazy young man who wants to marry the daughter of a rich merchant, and his even cleverer mother – winner of a 1989 Caldecott Honor.