Favorite Caldecott Award Winners 1990-1999

I’m offering you our favorite Caldecott Medal Winners and Honor Recipients through the years.

While the list is jam-packed with goodies, I’m going to let you know my family’s personal favorites, from books they’ve worn thin to ones we just can’t pass up when we’re at the library.

My goal? To introduce you to some new children’s books that your own kiddos will fall in love with and treasure for years to come.

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Favorite Caldecott Award Winners 1990-1999 | Mommy Evolution

OUR FAVORITE Caldecott Winners

This decade has some of our all-time favorite books in general.

Seven Blind Mice, Snow and Rapunzel – well, we read them over and over and over again in our home!

And all three of these books have just wonderful audio tracks that accompany the books.

The audio track for Snow may be my personal favorite!

What are the Caldecott Book Awards?

The Caldecott Medal is highly regarded in the children’s book world and is a prestigious American children’s book award that is presented annually by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association.

The award is given to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children published in the previous year.

It was first awarded in 1938 and is named in honor of nineteenth-century English illustrator Randolph Caldecott.



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  1. I love all of these books!

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