“My Favorite Caldecott” matching game featuring Paul O. Zelinsky

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Paul O. Zelinsky took home the 1998 Caldecott Medal for the lush oil paintings in his retelling of Rapunzel. Guess which of the following titles is the illustrator’s favorite Caldecott-stickered book.

a) Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears written by Margaret Musgrove and illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon (1977)
b) Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey (1942)
c) Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (1964)

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, Susan Cooper, and Jerry Pinkney.

Coming soon: Russell Freedman, David Wiesner, and Emily Arnold McCully.

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