“My Favorite Caldecott” matching game featuring Jerry Pinkney

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In 2010, Jerry Pinkney received the Caldecott Medal for his near-wordless, Serengeti-set retelling of Aesop’s fable The Lion and the Mouse. Guess which of the titles below is his favorite Caldecott-winning picture book.

a) Tuesday by David Wiesner (1992)
b) The Hello, Goodbye Window by Chris Raschka (2006)
c) Rapunzel by Paul O. Zelinsky (1998)

This post is part of our ongoing game matching Newbery and Caldecott medalists to their favorite winning titles. To see more entries, click on the tag matching game.

Previously: Neil Gaiman, Erin E. Stead, Lois Lowry, Linda Sue Park, Beth Krommes, and Susan Cooper.

Coming soon: Sharon Creech, Russell Freedman, and Emily Arnold McCully.

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