Caldecott winner formula

Travis Jonker has distilled the elements most likely to win a book the Caldecott Medal. Check out his logic over at Scope Notes!

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Lolly Robinson About Lolly Robinson

Lolly Robinson is the designer and production manager for The Horn Book, Inc. She has degrees in studio art and children's literature and teaches children's literature at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. She has served on the Caldecott and Boston Globe-Horn Book Award committees and blogs for Calling Caldecott and Lolly's Classroom on this site.

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  1. Thanks for sharing my crazy post, Lolly!

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