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How do I find Caldecott Medal or Newbery Medal winning books?

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Since 1938, the Caldecott Medal is awarded annually by the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) division of the American Library Association to the illustrator of the most distinguished children's picture book.  Beginning in 1922, the ALSC has awarded the Newbery Medal annually to the author of the most distinguished book for children.

While some medal winners of the Caldecott and Newbery are tagged in our catalog, the best way to find individual winners is to search for the title in the catalog.  Here you can find a complete list of Newbery Medal recipients and here for a list of Caldecott Medal recipients.

For information on other awards for children's literature, please visit the ALSC's website.

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