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.
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.
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.
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.