Mock Caldenott Awards 2014

*UPDATE* Join us for a mock Caldenott discussion to consider picture books published in 2013 which, due to their foreign provenance, are ineligible for the Caldecott proper. This is the final discussion list, a butler’s dozen of wonderful titles. Thursday, January 16, 2014, Butler Center 5:00-7:00 book review and dinner. 7:00-9:00(ish) discussion and voting. RSVP to Thom at tbarthelmess@dom.edu and indicate your interest in dinner, if you have one.


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Mock Caldenott Awards 2014

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The Line

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The Bear's Song

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A Little Book of Sloth

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Touch Think Learn: Opposites

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Gus Gordon Herman and Rosie

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Here I Am

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The Big Wet Balloon

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Enchanted Lion | My Father's Arms Are A Boat

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The Tiny King

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The Voyage

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Nasreddine - Odile Weulersse, Rebecca Dautremer : Eerdmans

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