Deschutes Public Library customers and staff had it right. The Caldecott Medal was announced January 28 at the American Library Association Conference in Seattle, and the winner is the same that was selected for our Mock Caldecott—This Is Not My Hat, by Jon Klassen.
Deschutes Public Library is proud to announce the results of their first public Mock Caldecott Medal election.
The recipient of the 2013 Deschutes Mock Caldecott is This Is Not My Hat, written and illustrated by Jon Klassen.
The Mock Caldecott Honors (runners-up) go to Z Is for Moose, written by Kelly Bingham and illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky, and And Then It’s Spring, written by Julie Fogliano and illustrated by Erin E. Stead.
For 75 years the American Library Association has been awarding the Caldecott Medal
to the most distinguished picture book of the year.
Now it's your chance to "Celebrate 75” and to choose the one you think should
There will be discussions on line of the best reviewed books, workshops at each
library about the criteria for the award, and a chance to vote in January for Deschutes
County's Mock Caldecott.
Vote online for the Mock Caldecott January 13 - 20th. The results of the Mock Caldecott
will be announced on Tuesday, January 22. The 2013 Caldecott Medal will be announced
January 28, 2013.
Click a book cover for more information, to request a copy,
and to leave your comments.
Based on feedback and reviews, the following titles are the nominees for Deschutes
Public Library’s 2013 Mock Caldecott. A set of all the books is available at each
of our libraries for you to review. Please vote for your favorite either online
or at the library between January 14-20.