Saturday, November 6, 2010

NYT Best Illustrated Children's Books of 2010

It's already that time of year! The New York Times annual Best Illustrated Children's books of 2010 is out today--just in time for holiday gift giving.


Written and illustrated by Peter Brown
Annually since 1952, the Book Review has asked a panel of judges to select 10 winners from among the several thousand children’s books published during the year. The judges this time around were Robert Sabuda, a co-creator of the best-selling “Encyclopedia Prehistorica” series and twice the recipient of a Times Best Illustrated award; Elizabeth Bird, a children’s librarian with the New York Public Library, whose first picture book, “Giant Dance Party,” is due out next year; and David Barringer, a novelist and designer who is the author of “There’s Nothing Funny About Design.” —The Editors

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