Click here to read Brian Selznick's Caldecott acceptance speech.
Click here for Remy Charlip's essay A Page is a Door, about the magic of page-turns, which was quoted in Brian Selznick's Caldecott speech.
Click here for a wonderful radio piece about the awards from the show All Things Considered.
Listen to a podcast by Roger Sutton, editor of the Horn Book, who was on the Caldecott committee. He takes you backstage early in the morning right after the calls have been made to the winners, and then listens in on the crowd's reaction during and after the announcement.
This is the brief New York Times announcement of the Caldecott and Newbery winners.
Click here to read a profile of Brian in the New York Times after the award was announced. You can see a picture of his studio.
Here is a nice article from USA Today.
Watch Brian and the Newbery award winner Laura Amy Schlitz in a short interview announcing the awards on The Today Show.
Here is the official ALSC (Association for Library Services to Children) announcement of the award.
This is some information if you'd like to know more about the Caldecott Medal.
And this is a list of all the Caldecott winners from 1938 to 2007.