Free Caldecott and Newbery Posters with Every Order! As a thank-you for your business, with every order, we will include a free set of the Caldecott & Newberry Award posters for your library or classroom. These posters include the winners from every year including Hello Lighthouse this year's Caldecott winner, and Merci Suarez Changes Gears the 2019 Newbery Winner. Place your order by January 31 and we will send you a poster set along with a free 2020 author/illustrator calendar! And don't forget... with Perma-Bound Shipping is always free !
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