My Favorite Book Letterbook

 
Terrain: Easy
Difficulty: Easy
Placed: July 29, 2005
By: The Dragon
Location: Brown County, MN
Nearest town: New Ulm, MN

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Part of the New Ulm Series - Click here for more information

 
Be sure to read the general information about the "letterbooks" before attempting them!

If you haven't already discovered it, the MLC has an entire section of its library dedicated to children's literature - not something you typically see at a college!  To be honest, I probably could just set up camp down there for an entire summer and read to my hearts content!  There are so many books to catch

up on. . . . Needless to say, I was heartbroken when the Children's Literature semester was over.  (There is actually a fairly funny story about this time in my life that you might ask me about if you ever meet me.)

When you "stamp up" in this letterbook, please be prepared to identify and also write a little bit about your favorite book while growing up.  Maybe the current students in Children's Literature will find our reminiscing of interest!

Clues:

Use the following clues to fill in the blanks to get the call number for this book.  Then go find it!
 

Call number: _____ _____   _____ . _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____
Clue #: 1 2   3   4 5 6 7 8 9

For this book, you'll need to do some research on Children's Literature to answer the clues!  You probably can complete this using the internet at home before you leave to go to New Ulm.

Clue #1: The middle initial of the illustrator that won the first Caldecott Medal in 1938.

Clue #2: The fifth letter of the second word in the title of the book that won the Newbery Medal in 1962.

Clue #3: The White Stag won the Newbery in 193__.

Clue #4: The first letter of the organization that awards the Caldecott and Newbery Medals.

Clue #5: The number in the title of the 2002 Caldecott medal winner.

Clue #6: Susan Cooper won the Newbery Medal in 19_6.

Clue #7: The number in the title of the 1948 Newbery winner divided by the number in the title of the 1961 Caldecott winner.

Clue #8: Where the Wild Things Are won the Caldecott in 196__.

Clue #9: The first two letters of the title of the book that won Ed Emberley the Caldecott.
 

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