Hello, everyone! Yesterday was Father’s Day so I wanted to choose a winner this week that honored fathers. Or, in this case, the author’s grandfather. It’s called Grandfather’s journey by Allen Say. This book won the Caldecott Medal in 1994. Allen Say’s grandfather, the story’s main character, was born in Japan, but he traveled to
Do you notice the card catalog in the lower left-hand corner of the picture? Do you miss the physical card catalog or do you prefer today’s online catalog? Why?
Hello, everyone! This week’s winner is a book that is really neat. Most Caldecott Medal winners are picture books or story books, but this book is a chapter book! It is called The invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick. It won the Caldecott Medal in 2008. It is a very long book, 533 pages!,
From 1963 until 1989, this building “temporarily” housed the Central Library. Do any of you remember visiting this library? Do you have any fond memories of it that you’d like to share? Comment below!
Hello, everyone, and happy summer! I bet you are very glad that it’s summer vacation! Summer vacation is a great time to read lots of new books! This year is a special year for children’s books. It is the 75th anniversary of the Caldecott Medal! The Caldecott Medal is an award for the “most distinguished