The Caldecott Medal is a US award for the most distinguished picture book for children. Named after English illustrator Randolph Caldecott, it is presented annually in January by the American Library Association.
|2008||Brian Selznick||The Invention of Hugo Cabret|
|2009||Beth Krommes (illustrations) and Susan Marie Swanson (text)||The House in the Night|
|2010||Jerry Pinkney||The Lion and the Mouse|
|2011||Erin E Stead (illustrations) and Phillip C Stead (text)||A Sick Day for Amos McGee|
|2012||Chris Raschka||A Ball for Daisy|
|2013||Jon Klassen||This Is Not My Hat|
|2015||Dan Santat||The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend|
|2016||Sophie Blackall (illustrations) and Lindsay Mattick (text)||Finding Winnie: The True Story of the Worldtionlignereditarys Most Famous Bear|
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