Caldecott Winning Illustrators Series: Katherine Milhous
For American illustrators, one of the highest honors is The Caldecott Medal. The medal is awarded yearly to a book that exemplifies the very best in children’s book illustrations. To even be named a Caldecott Honor book is to be deemed one of the best artists in the business. Children’s books are one of the rare types of literature that appeal to everyone at one point in their life or another (and, in many cases, for one’s entire life!). Whether a person comes to a children’s book as a child or as an adult reading to a child, the stories and illustrations touch the hearts of many. Often, Caldecott-winning illustrators and books go on to be remembered far longer than an unhonored book might. We continue our Caldecott Winning Illustrators series by examining one such illustrator—Katherine Milhous—who earned the award for her illustrations in the 1951 Caldecott winner, The Egg Tree.
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