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His picture books were issued two at a time every Christmas, from until his death in He chose the subjects on his own, drawing from a mix of age-old nursery rhymes, pieces by eighteenth-century writers, and nonsense he made up himself. With their humorous wordplay and exquisite illustrations, Caldecott's picture books continue to engage the imaginations of children and adults alike.
Hey Diddle Diddle and Baby Bunting
This book is the third in the series of Huntington Library Children's Classics , which include facsimiles of favorite children's books from the Huntington's rare book collections. Read more. Subscribe now to be the first to hear about specials and upcoming releases. Title Author. Randolph Caldecott's Picture Books Hardback, illustrated edition By Caldecott, Randolph The Caldecott Medal, established in by the American Library Association, is awarded each year to the artist of the most distinguished American picture book for children.
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Here the text ends, but Caldecott has one more picture up his pen. The final illustration shows the mother and baby who is wrapped in his warm rabbit coat, going for a walk.
They are on a sidewalk rounding a little hill, and on the hill sit nine little bunnies. The child looks at the bunnies and on his face is an expression of astonishment and dismay with the dawning realization that his wonderful coat was once a live bunny rabbit just like those sitting on the hill. Caldecott is too elegant an artist to become melodramatic; he never forces an issue, he just touches it lightly.
It is this which gives a Caldecott book — however frothy its rhythms, verse, and pictures — an unexpected depth and its special value.
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