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'Hello, Universe' Wins Newbery Medal, While Caldecott Goes To 'Wolf In The Snow'

The annual honors in children's literature have been awarded: Erin Entrada Kelly won the Newbery for her contribution to children's literature, and Matthew Cordell won the Caldecott for illustration.
A scene from Matthew Cordell's Caldecott-winning Wolf in the Snow. Source: Matthew Cordell

Dozens of writers and illustrators earned some of the highest honors in children's literature at a joyous gathering hosted by the American Library Association in Denver on Monday. But just

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