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Dutton Children's Books

Dutton Children's Books is a US publisher, a division of the Penguin Group, the children's book imprint associated with the Dutton adult division. They were previously an imprint of E.P. Dutton prior to 1986. The Dutton children's imprint, as a division of E.P. Dutton, has been publishing since 1852. They are the original US publishers of the Winnie-the-Pooh books by A.A. Milne, among others.[1][2][3]

Award winning titles

Caldecott Medal

Caldecott Honor books

  • 1995: Swamp Angel by Paul O. Zelinsky
  • 1987: Rumpelstiltskin by Paul O. Zelinsky
  • 1984: Hansel and Gretel retold by Rika Lesser, illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky
  • 1983: When I was Young in the Mountains by Cynthia Rylant, illustrated by Diane Goode
  • 1947: Sing in Praise: A Collection of the Best Loved Hymns by Opal Wheeler, illustrated by Marjorie Torrey
  • 1946: Sing Mother Goose by Opal Wheeler, illustrated by Marjorie Torrey

Golden Kite Award

  • 2003: Leonardo, Beautiful Dreamer by Robert Byrd

Newbery Medal

Newbery Honor

Michael L. Printz Award

New York Times Best Illustrated Books

  • 2001: Sun Bread by Elisa Kleven
  • 1994: Swamp Angel by Anne Isaacs, illustrated by Paul O. Zelinsky
  • 1992: The Fortune-Tellers by Lloyd Alexander, illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman
  • 1981: The Maid and The Mouse and The Odd-Shaped House: A Story in Rhyme by Paul O. Zelinsky


External links

  • Dutton Children's Book imprint page at Penguin USA
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