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Mock Caldecott 2011 > ALA Caldecott Awards Announced 2011

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Caren (carenb) | 68 comments Any opinions? I was a bit shocked.

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Kristen Jorgensen (sunnie) | 267 comments Mod
I really do like Amos McGee and I'm pleased to see that one there. I need to look at the other two.

Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance (debnance) I couldn't even find one of the titles through our large public library system!

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Ed (yedotter) | 14 comments I am beyond happy with the selections, although there are a couple of other books that I would like to see honored. I think A Sick Day for Amos McGee was the most endearing book I have seen in many years. Interrupting Chicken is incredibly cute and funny, and my 8 year-old LOVES it. Neither our city our county library has a copy of it, so I finally bought a copy from Amazon, and am very glad I did. The artwork is perfect for the story, and i liked Dave the Potter: Artist, Poet, Slave was very well done, and I had it on my list, but at #33.

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Sarah | 6 comments Amos McGee was my pick this year...we do not have Interrupting Chicken yet at our library...

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