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created 2016-01-24 by import of "Major children's book awards"

SF works should be in ISFDB:

Newbery Carnegie

not

Printz Caldecott Greenaway

these awards should be in NOVEL or INTERIORART Title Notes at least, imo

i = writer in ISFDB, not this book

for Wikipedia-EN redlinks provide greenlinks to ISFDB authors with significant content only


Contents

Newbery

EN; ISFDB


(Note) The Newbery award is given to American books for children regardless of genre. Only awards and nominations associated with SF works are included in ISFDB.
(Note) Established in 1922, the Newbery award is given annually to the writer of an American book for children regardless of genre. Only awards and nominations associated with SF works are included in ISFDB.
From 1938 there is a companion Randolph Caldecott Medal awarded to the illustrator of a picture book for children, not in the database except as mentioned in free notes.
EN Redlink winners (0 in ~90 years)
NA


Carnegie

EN; ISFDB


parallel intentions inferred regarding the analogous British Carnegie Medal, here is what I would submit as a Note:

Award

proposed (supposing complete sentences)

(Award Directory: Given by) CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals)
CILIP (Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals), formerly the British Library Association
Outstanding British book for children and young people
-- to identify the nationality of the award as 
(Note) Established in 1936.
(Note) Established in 1936, the Carnegie award is given annually to the writer of a British book for children [not excluding teens; the Americans have a parallel young-adult book award from 2000] regardless of genre [check that]. Only awards and nominations associated with SF works are included in ISFDB.
From 1955 there is a companion Kate Greenaway Medal awarded to the illustrator of book for children [not limited to picture books], not in the database except as mentioned in free notes.
EN Redlink winners (4 in ~80 years)
i 2015landman112404 1960cornwall
- 53osmond 49allen


Printz

EN

genuine Title hits 2016-01-24:

Perhaps the Printz (American but not limited to American writers) should be in the database as young adult books are no longer covered by the American Newbery Medal

2016-01-22 Title Notes 2000 Almond,

Year Printz winner (SF only) ; (honor books--very incomplete)
2000 ------ ------ ; Almond Skellig
2001 ------ ------ ; Dickinson, Ropemaker
2002 ------ ------ ;
2003 ------ ------ ; (o Farmer, House of the Scorpion)
2004 ------ ------ ;
2005 i Rosoff, How I Live Now ;
2006 ------ ------ ;
2007 ------ ------ ;
2008 ------ ------ ;
2009 ------ ------ ; Hinwood, The Returning (o Pratchett, Nation)
2010 o Bray, Going Bovine ; (o Yancey, Monstrumologist)
2011 o Bacigalupi, Ship Breaker ;
2012 i whaley
2013 o Lake, In Darkness ;
2014 o Sedgwick, Midwinterblood ;
2015 - nelson
2016 o Ruby, Bone Gap ;
EN Redlink winners (2 in ~17 years)
i 2016ruby7273 2013lake138053
-


Caldecott

EN

genuine Title hits 2016-01-24: (I=INTERIORART; + other) --no INTERIORART yet!

1954 c
1991 sf
2007/08 n

honor

1970 c
1938 i Lathrop, Animals of the Bible (christian fable)
1944 i Slobodkin, Many Moons
1955 o Brown, Cinderella
1959 i Cooney, Chanticleer
1962 i Brown, Once a Mouse (indian fable)
1964 o Sendak, Where the Wild Things Are
1969 i Shulevitz, The Fool of the World (russian tale)
1970 o Steig, Sylvester
1973 i Lent, Funny Little Woman (japanese tale)

Lent "specialized in illustrating international folk tales retold by other writers" inclg Baba Yaga by self as Ernest Small, 1966, russian

1974 i Zemach, Duffy (cornish tale)
1975 i McDermott, Arrow to the Sun (pueblo)

also 1973 honor book Anansi the Spider (ashanti)

1976 * Dillons, Why Mosquitoes Buzz (african)
1977 * Dillons, Ashanti to Zulu (african)

Dillons interiorart in database from selection in an artwork collection of mainly unpublished illustrations? 204921 ASK MHH

1982 o Van Allsburg, Jumanji
1983 i Brown, Shadow (african)
1985 i Hyman, Saint George and the Dragon (Spenser)
1986 o Van Allsburg, Polar Express
1987 i Egielski, Hey, Al
1988 i Young, Lon Po Po (china fable)
1989
1992 o Wiesner, Tuesday --sf?
1997 i Wisniewski, Golem (jewish tale)
1999 i Zelinsky, Rapunzel (Grimm)
2008 o Selznick, Hugo Cabret
2010 i Pinkney, The Lion & the Mouse (Aesop) --Puss in Boots is here
2015 i Santat, Adventures of Beekle

two particular illustrations in database as contents of an artwork collection

examined only winners; retellings of traditional material noted here only if the illustrator is in the database

EN Redlink winners (1 in ~80 years)
i 2016blackall
-


Greenaway

EN

genuine hits 2016-01-24 (4 in 3 yrs): (I=INTERIORART; + other)

1993 I "Winner of the 1993 Kate Greenaway Medal for British children's book illustration (awarded 1994)"
2005/1979 c
2011/12 nI "Winner of the 2012 Kate Greenaway Medal for British children's book illustration"
1968 i Baynes, Dictionary of Chivalry --knights reference
1969 i Oxenbury, Dragon of an Ordinary Family [1 of 2] --Quangle Wangle's Hat/edward lear
1971 o Pienkowski, Kingdom Under the Sea
1979 o Pienkowski, Haunted House [as 2005 NOVEL]
1982 o Foreman, Sleeping Beauty [1 of 2, as 1991]; Long Neck and Thunderfoot
1983 i Browne, Gorilla
1993 o Lee, Black Ships
1995 o Lynch, Christmas Miracle
1999 o Oxenbury, Alice
2002 o Graham, Jethro Byrde, Fairy Child
2003 i Hughes, Ella's Big Chance, 6+
2004 o Riddell, Jonathan Swift's "Gulliver", 8+
2007awarded i Grey, Dish and Spoon (nursery rhyme)
2012 o Kay, A Monster Calls, 10+

probably Helen Cooper is Helen Cooper ISFDB cover artist 1987-89

EN Redlink winners (11 in ~60 years)
i 2012kay188258 1990blythe26337-nobiog 1985wijngaard 72turska33253 1961maitland107585-nobiog 1957drummond
- 15grill 13pinfold 11baker-smith 88firth 86french
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