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Bartholomew and the Oobleck
Tired of snow, fog, rain, and sunshine, the king wants something new to fall from the sky. What he gets are green, gooey globs of oobleck that threaten to destroy the kingdom. Comical illustrations in black-and-white become greener and greener as the oobleck spreads.
- Randolph Caldecott Medal 1950 (Honor Title)
- ISBN: 9780394800752
If I Ran the Zoo
Young Gerald McGrew likes the zoo but knows that if he ran it he would make some changes. He imagines all kinds of fantastic beasts with wonderfully creative names and unusual shapes and habits. Zany, whimsical illustrations are perfect for the imaginative verse.
- Randolph Caldecott Medal 1951 (Honor Title)
- ISBN: 9780394800813
Told that he is some sort of fool for trying to catch fish in McElligot's pool, Marco visualizes the possibility that the pool is connected to the sea. Wonderfully imaginative creatures with fantastic names swim across the pages of this story told in verse.
- Randolph Caldecott Medal 1948 (Honor Title)
- ISBN: 9780394900834