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1979 Caldecott Award Winner
The Girl Who Loved Wild Horses by
Call Number: E G575g
Publication Date: 1978
Though she is fond of her people, a girl prefers to live among the wild horses where she is truly happy and free.
1979 Caldecott Honor Titles
The Way to Start a Day by Describes how people all over the world celebrate the sunrise.
Call Number: E B358w
Publication Date: 1986
Freight Train by A description in text and pictures of the various cars included in a freight train, from engine to caboose. Cars are convenient; planes are fast; buses are cheap; but not one of these conveyances holds a candle to a train--and Donald Crews proves it in this "color concept book of outstanding quality." The train moves slowly at first, then it picks up speed, zooming across the page in a majestic blur of color, speed, and sound. Full color.
Call Number: E C927f
Publication Date: 2003