First printing of "one of the first children's books to feature South American folktales from indigenous peoples" (Library of Congress) — inscribed by multiple-Pulitzer-winner Carl Sandburg, to whom the book is dedicated.
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.
By Robert D. San Souci, illustrated by Brian Pinkney
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.
First printing of Wisniewski's Caldecott award-winning interpretation of the classic Jewish legend – because it was not anticipated that it would win the award, the book did not have a large first printing.