Caldecott Medal Winners Crafts For January

Join us as we explore the Caldecott Medal Winners from the past.

Every Monday, a new year will be highlighted with a different craft.

Pick up a craft kit and a copy of the week's Caldecott Medal Winning book from the Youth Services Desk at Cocoa Beach Public Library at 550 N Brevard Ave, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931.

From Monday, January 3, 2021, to Sunday, January 9, 2021 we will be celebrating the 1979 Caldecott Award Winner The Girl Who Loved Horses by Paul Goble.

Paper horse puppet with yarn hair for the mane and ribbon for the reigns.

From Monday, January 10, 2021, to Sunday, January 16, 2021 we will be celebrating the 1980 Caldecott Award Winner Ox-Cart Man by Donald Hall.

Toy cart with cardboard wheels and a frame made of a paper base, straws, and craft sticks.

From Monday, January 17, 2021, to Sunday, January 23, 2021 we will be celebrating the 1981 Caldecott Award Winner Fables by Arnold Lobel.

Paper cut-out of a flying pig on top of a background made to look like the sky with paper cut-outs of clouds.

From Monday, January 24, 2021, to Sunday, January 30, 2021 we will be celebrating the 1982 Caldecott Award Winner Jumanji by Chris Van Allsburg.

Monkey made of paper, holding on to a craft stick with paper leaves.

From Monday, January 31, 2021, to Sunday, February 6, 2021 we will be celebrating the 1983 Caldecott Award Winner Shadow by Blaise Cendrars.

Giraffe paper cut-out in front of a paper box with a tree cut-out inside. The giraffe cut-out is casting a shadow into the paper box.