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Maren JensenCaldecott Award2001St. George, Judith SO, YOU WANT TO BE PRESIDENT?2000Taback, SimmsJOSEPH HAD A LITTLE OVERCOAT1999Azarian, MarySNOWFLAKE BENTLEY (text: Jacqueline Briggs Martin)1998Zelinisky, PaulRAPUNZEL1997Wisniewski, DavidGOLEM1996Rathmann, PeggyOFFICER BUCKLE AND GLORIA1995Diaz, DavidSMOKY NIGHT (text: Eve Bunting)1994Say, AllenGRANDFATHER'S JOURNEY1993McCully, Emily ArnoldMIRETTE ON THE HIGH WIRE1992Wiesner, DavidTUESDAY1991Macaulay, DavidBLACK AND WHITE1990Young, EdLON PO PO: A RED RIDING HOOD STORY FROM CHINA1989Gammell, Stephen (text: Karen Ackerman)SONG AND DANCE MAN1988Schoenherr, John (text: Jan Jolen)OWL MOON1987Egielski, Richard (text: Arthur Yorinks)HEY, AL1986Van Allsburg, ChrisTHE POLAR EXPRESS1985Hyman, Trina Schart (text: Margaret Hodges)ST. GEORGE AND THE DRAGON1984Provensen, Alice and MartinTHE GLORIOUS FLIGHT: ACROSS THE CHANNEL WITH LOUIS BLERIOT1983Brown, Marcia (text: Blaise Cendrars)SHADOW1982Van Allsburg, ChrisJUMANJI1981Lobel, ArnoldFABLES1980Cooney, BarbaraOX-CART MAN (text: Donald Hall)1979Goble, PaulTHE GIRL WHO LOVED WILD HORSES1978Spier, PeterNOAH'S ARK1977Dillon, Leo and Diane (text: Margaret Musgrove)ASHANTI TO ZULU: AFRICAN TRADITIONS1976Dillon, Leo and Diane(text: Verna Aardema)WHY MOSQUITOES BUZZ IN PEOPLE'S EARS1975McDermott, GeraldARROW TO THE SUN1974Zemach, MargotDUFFY AND THE DEVIL (text: HarveZemach)1973Lent, Blair (text: Arlene Mosel)THE FUNNY LITTLE WOMAN1972Hogrogrian, NonnyONE FINE DAY1971Haley, Gail E.A STORY - A STORY1970Steig, WilliamSYLVESTER AND THE MAGIC PEBBLE1969Shulevitz, Uri (text: Arthur Ransome)THE FOOL OF THE WORLD AND THE FLYING SHIP1968Emberley, EdDRUMMER HOFF (text: Barbara Emberley)1967Ness, EvalineSAM, BANGS & MOONSHINE1966Hogrogian, Nonny (text: Sorche Nic Leodhas)ALWAYS ROOM FOR ONE MORE1965Montresor, Beni (text: Beatrice de Regniers Schenk)MAY I BRING A FRIEND?1964Sendak, MauriceWHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE1963Keats, Ezra JackTHE SNOWY DAY1962Brown, MarciaONCE A MOUSE . . .1961Sidjakov, Nicolas (text: Ruth Robbins)BABOUSHKA AND THE THREE KINGS1960Ets, Marie Hall (text: Marie Hall Ets and Arora Labastida)NINE DAYS TO CHRISTMAS1959Cooney, BarbaraCHANTICLEER AND THE FOX1958McCloskey, RobertTIME OF WONDER1957Simont, MarcA TREE IS NICE (text: Janice May Udry)1956Rojankovsky, Feodor(text: John Langstaff)FROG WENT A-COURTIN'1955Brown, MaricaCINDERELLA, OR THE LITTLE GLASS SLIPPER1954Bemelmans,Ludwig MADELINE'S RESCUE1953Ward, LyndTHE BIGGEST BEAR1952Mordvinoff, NicholasFINDERS KEEPERS (text: Will Lipkind)1951Milhous, KatherineTHE EGG TREE1950Politi, LeoSONG OF THE SWALLOWS1949Hader, Berta and ElmerTHE BIG SNOW1948Tresselt, AlvinWHITE SNOW, BRIGHT SNOW1947Weisgard, Leonard(text: Golden MacDonald)THE LITTLE ISLAND1946Petersham, Maud and MiskaTHE ROOSTER CROWS . . .1945Jones, Elizabeth OrtonPRAYER FOR A CHILD (text: Rachel Field)1944Slobodkin, LouisMANY MOONS (text: James Thurber)1943Burton, Virginia LeeTHE LITTLE HOUSE1942McCloskey, RobertMAKE WAY FOR DUCKLINGS1941Lawson, RobertTHEY WERE STRONG AND GOOD1940D'Aulaire, Ingri & Edgar ParinABRAHAM LINCOLN1939Handforth, ThomasMEI LI 400.00Free Ground Shipping on Orders Over 75Adams, Ian - Landscape, and architectural photographs for sale as prints or posters.Los Angeles Downtown News Archivesmain detailscombined detailsfull cast and crewcompany credits.Plädoyer für Frieden und Freiheit und für die Vernunft.Best Of The Blogs BOB's .Blogshares.BildblogRahmenauswahlDr Who DVDsList : 12.99 : 10.98You Save: 2.01 (15%)Wholesale ListRose ByrneSomething for nothing is a lieChanging schools, changing rulesWhy folks get hooked on fishingHot Stuff!Movie is engaging, but not believableXpressionsSue LyonSurvival of the fittestFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Survival of the fittest is a concept relating to competition for survival or predominance. It codifies the observance of zoologists and animal breeders that that individuals having the highest level of fitness for a particular environment tend to survive longer in it. Moveover, the longer they survive, the more territory they dominate and the more offspring they have -- tending to crowd out competitors. The phrase is essentially a metaphor and is often felt to be unhelpful: it is very close to a tautology, since if fitness is measured in the obvious objective terms - survival - the phrase becomes survival of the survivors .Gardeners and plant scientists noticed the same thing with hardier varieties of crops, flowers, grass and other plants. Everyone is familiar with the need for weeding a garden or crop field, to prevent the unwanted plants from spoiling the desired harvest.The concept has also been stretched to cover free market economics. Companies which offer better goods and services survive better in the marketplace and tend to accumulate an ever-growing market share. Poorly-adapting companies will be forced out by better-adapting ones: killed by the competition.The term survival of the fittest was first used by Herbert Spencer in his 1851 work Social Statics. It was used by Charles Darwin in the 6th edition of The Origin of Species, in a secondary header of Chapter 4 about natural selection [1] ( bartleby /11/4001 l) and at several places in the text, mostly using the phrase Natural Selection, or the Survival of the Fittest . He gave full cedit to Spencer, writing I have called this principle, by which each slight variation, if useful, is preserved, by the term natural selection, in order to mark its relation to man's power of selection. But the expression often used by Mr. Herbert Spencer, of the Survival of the Fittest, is more accurate, and is sometimes equally convenient. . At this time the word fittest would have primarily meant most suitable or most appropriate rather than in the best physical shape . In the first five editions of The Origin of Species, Darwin used the phrase natural selection [2] ( 216.239.59.104/search?q=cache:3sDItKUzLPwJ: uni-kassel /fb19/plantphysiology/wallace.pdf+%22survival+of+the+fittest%22&hl=en).In modern times, however, the phrase is widely used in popular literature as a catchphrase for any topic related or analogous to evolution and natural selection. It has thus been applied to principles of unrestrained competition, and it has been used extensively by both proponents and opponents of Social Darwinism.Many evolutionary biologists criticize how the term is used by non-scientists and the connotations that have grown around the term in pop culture. The phrase also fails to convey the complex nature of natural selection and modern biologists prefer and almost exclusively use the term natural selection in preference.James Warren studio 879-1391Featuring James Warren.522 Ekahi Way, Kihei, HI 96753Michael Bedard - Children's BooksPonte De Brenta IIPostersMounted PrintsCanvas PrintsBlock PrintsPhoto Frame PrintsOther ItemsE CardsImages to MobilesGames to Mobiles

 

 

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