20OR Mock Caldecott Announces 2022 Results
The Children’s Services Division of the Oregon Library Association is pleased to announce that the librarians of Oregon have selected a mock Caldecott winner and two mock honor books.
Winner: "Wishes" by Muon Thi Van and illustrated by Victo Ngai
Honor: "Watercress" by Andrea Wang Illustrated by Jason Chin
Honor: "Mel Fell" by Corey Tabor
Winner: "wishes" by Muon Thi Van, Illustrated by Victo Ngai
Many thanks to the librarians of Oregon who worked virtually to select these titles. Special thanks to Taylor Worley and Alec Chunn for their expertise and guidance. Finally congratulations to Victo Ngai, Jason Chin and Corey Tabor and thank you for creating such distinguished picture books for children.
Oregon Mock Caldecott Virtual Workshop was held on:
December 9, 2021, 3:00 to 4:30 pm
January 6, 2022, 3:00 to 4:30 pm
Oregon Mock Caldecott Committee announces short list for workshop
The Oregon Mock Caldecott committee is excited to announce the short list of books for the Mock Workshops on December 9th and January 6 from 3:00 to 4:30 pm. Please try to read as many as you can in order to vote on January 6th.
Oregon Mock Caldecott nominations:
- Wishes by Muon Thi Van and illustrated by Victo Ngai
- Wonder Walkers by Micha Archer
- Milo Imagines the World by Matt de la Pena and illustrated by Christian Robinson
- The Rock From the Sky by Jon Klassen
- Mel Fell by Corey Tabor
- Dear Treefrog by Joyce Sidman and illustrated by Diana Sudyka
- Is Was by Deborah Freedman
- The People’s Painter by Cynthia Levinson and illustrated by Evan Turk
- I’ll Meet You In Your Dreams by Jessica Young and illustrated by Rafael Lopez
- Bear Island by Matthew Cordell
- Nina by Traci Todd and illustrated by Christian Robinson
- Outside, Inside by LeUyen Pham
- Carpenter’s Helper by Sybil Rosen Illustrated by Camille Garoche
- Watercress by Andrea Wang Illustrated by Jason Chin
Join us December 9th as we hear from Alec Chunn of Eugene Public Library, on his experience last year being on the National Caldecott committee. We will also hear from Taylor Worley, from Springfield Public Library, on the importance of illustrations in books and how to evaluate a title based on it's illustrations. The nominations for our workshop will be revealed as well as the criteria for which you can evaluate them.
During our January meeting we will be giving everyone a chance to discuss their thoughts before casting their vote for the winner of the CSD Mock Caldecott award.
There is no fee for this workshop. We encourage you to join the Children's Services Division of OLA instead.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.