Best Illustrated Children's Books by The New York TimesAs always, the winners were selected by a panel of three judges, who based their decision purely on artistic merit. On a rainy weekend in the countryside — with no electronic devices allowed — a young girl feels irritated until she steps outside and into the deep satisfactions of time spent in nature. A cat named Plume stalks this compendium of birds, each page a careful study of one species and the details of its feathers. The life of the Supreme Court justice is a story of a girl who overcame the overt and covert sexism of her time to follow her drive to fight for equality. Innerst uses paint, ink and collaged elements like notebook paper to create a playful yet magisterial documentary effect, bringing subtle emotion to carefully composed scenes that resonate with the humane, controlled power of R. A sleepy little bunny is carried home through the city by her parents, ending up safe in her own bed. A young boy watches his father leave for the mines each day, knowing that one day he too will leave the pleasures of his seaside home to toil in the darkness.
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By The New York Times. The wealthy, selfish Lord Cat lives in wasteful luxury high on a mountain and treats his servants with contempt, until a drought brings hunger and he is forced to change his ways. With complex collages that mix photographs, torn paper, string and other materials, Young creates a stunning visual symphony with a surprising and unsettling emotional power. Sweet and powerful rhymes count down the days from Monday to Sunday, when the enslaved people of New Orleans were allowed to join free blacks for a day of music, socializing and commerce. The poignant, observant watercolors by the illustrator E. Lewis no relation are bathed in subtly changing light, making homespun scenes of country life seem celestial and exalted.
Here are the winners of The New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children's Books Awards for
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However, the titles are too good to pass up! Though she spoke little English, she was able to learn the language with her son by reading picture books borrowed from the public library. Because of this, she and her son were able to settle into their new home soon enough. The text is lyrical and the illustrations very detailed with a dreamlike effect. Buy it here.
For the second year, the list is jointly presented with the New York Public Library. The Forest by Riccardo Bozzi, illus. Run Wild by David Covell Viking. Florette by Anna Walker Clarion. The Visitor by Antje Damm Gecko.