1994 Aesop Prize and Accolade List
The Children's Folklore Section of the American Folklore
Soclety confers its Aesop prize on the most outstanding book
or books incorporating folklore and published in English for children
or young adults.
1994 Aesop Prize
- John Henry. Retold by Julius Lester. Illustrated by Jerry Pinkney. New York: Dial Books, 1994.
1994 Aesop Accolade List
- Baba Yaga: A Russian Folktale. Retold and illustrated
by Katya Arnold. New York: North-South Books, 1993.
- The Girl Who Wanted to Hunt: A Siberian Tale. Retold
by Emery Bernhard. Illustrated by Durga Bernhard. New York: Holiday
- The Mummer's Song. Words by Bud Davidge. Illustrated
by Ian Wallace. Afterword by Kevin Major. A Groundwood Book. Toronto:
Douglas & McIntyre, 1993.
- Christopher: the Holy Giant. Retold and illustrated
by Tomie dePaola. New York: Holiday House, 1994.
- The Shadow of a Flying Bird: A Legend of the Kurdistani
Jews. Retold and illustrated by Mordecai Gerstein. New York:
Hyperion Books for Children, 1994.
- Iktomi and the Buzzard: A Plains Indian Story. Retold
and illustrated by Paul Goble. New York: Orchard Books, 1994.
- The Bossy Gallito. Retold by Lucía M. González.
Illustrated by Lulu Delacre. New York: Scholastic, 1994.
- The Magic Storysinger from the Finnish Epic Tale Kalevala. Retold and illustrated by M.E.A. McNeil. Owings Mill, Maryland:
Stemmer House Publishers, 1993.
- Coyote and Little Turtle: A Traditional Hopi Tale. Told
by Herschel Talashoema and illustrated by Hopi children [of the
Hotevilla-Bacavi Community School]. Translated and edited by Emory
Sekaquaptewa and Barbara Pepper. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Clear Light
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