1995 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.
1995 Aesop Prize
- Fair is Fair: World Folktales of Justice, by Sharon Creeden. Little Rock, Arkansas: August House Publishers, 1994.
1995 Aesop Accolade List
- Duppy Talk: West Indian Tales of Magic and Mystery. Retold
by Gerald Hausman. New York: Simon & Schuster Books for Young
- Why Alligator Hates Dog: A Cajun Folktale. Retold by J.J.
Reneaux. Little Rock, Arkansas: August House Publishers, 1995.
- Coyote and the Winnowing Birds: A Traditional Hopi Tale.
Based on a story told by Eugene Sekaquaptewa. Translated and edited
by Emory Sekaquaptewa and Barbara Pepper and illustrated by Hopi
children. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Clear Light Publishers, 1994.
- The Gifts of Wali Dad: A Tale of India and Pakistan. Retold
by Aaron Shepard and illustrated by Daniel San Souci. New York:
Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 1995.
- Giants!: Stories from Around the World. Retold by Paul
Robert Walker and illustrated by James Bernardin. New York: Harcourt
- When the World Ended/How Hummingbird Got Fire/How People Were
Made: Rumsien Ohlone Stories. Retold and illustrated by Linda
Yamane. Berkeley, California Oyate Publishers, 1995.
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