Brian Selznick

  • First Book Illustrated

    First Book Illustrated
    Doll Face Has a Party! (by Pamela Conrad) (published by HarperCollins).
  • First Book Written (and Illustrated)

    First Book Written (and Illustrated)
    The Robot King (by Brian Selznick) (published by HarperCollins).
  • Third Book Illustrated

    Third Book Illustrated
    Frindle (by Andrew Clements) (published by Simon and Schuster).
    Nominated for the 2000 California Young Readers Medal
    The1997 Christopher Award
    Rhode Island Children’s Book Award 1998
    Judy Lopez Memorial Honor Book Award 97 (CA)
    Great Stone Face Book Award 1997-1998 (NH)
    Rebecca Caudill Young Readers Award 1999 (IL)
    Massachusetts Children’s Book Award 1998-1999 (MA)
    William Allen White Children’s Book Award 1998 1999 (KS)
  • Fourth Book Illustrated

    Fourth Book Illustrated
    The Boy Who Longed For a Lift (by Norma Farber) (published by HarperCollins).
  • Fifth Book Illustrated

    Fifth Book Illustrated
    Riding Freedom (by Pam Munoz Ryan) (published by Scholastic).
    Nominated for the 2000 California Young Readers Medal
  • Sixth Book Illustrated

    Sixth Book Illustrated
    The Landry News (by Andrew Clements) (published by Simon and Schuster).
    Parents’ Choice Award Silver Medal
    Nominated for the 2001 Texas Bluebonnet
  • Seventh Book Illustrated

    Seventh Book Illustrated
    Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride (by Pam Munoz Ryan) (published by Scholastic). Based on a true story.
    An ALA Notable Children’s Book
    A Book Sense Book of the Year Finalist
    One of New York Public Library 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing
    A CCBC Choices 2000
    An IRA Teachers’ Choice
    A CBC/NCSS Notable Social Studies Trade Book
    A Parenting Magazine "Reading Magic" Award winner
  • Eighth Book Illustrated

    Eighth Book Illustrated
    Barnyard Prayers (by Laura Godwin) (published by Hyperion).
  • Ninth Book Illustrated

    Ninth Book Illustrated
    The School Story (by Andrew Clements) (published by Simon and Schuster).
  • Third Book Written (and Illustrated)

    Third Book Written (and Illustrated)
    The Boy of a Thousand Faces (by Brian Selznick) (published by HarperCollins).
    Nominated for the 2001 Texas Bluebonnet
  • Second Book Written (and Illustrated)

    Second Book Written (and Illustrated)
    The Houdini Box (by Brian Selznick) (published by Simon and Schuster). Originally published by Knopf in 1991.
    The Texas Bluebonnet Award 1993
    The Rhode Island Children’s Book Award 1993
  • Tenth Book Illustrated

    Tenth Book Illustrated
    The Janitor's Boy (by Andrew Clements) (published by Simon and Schuster).
  • Eleventh Book Illustrated

    Eleventh Book Illustrated
    The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins (by Barbara Kerley) (published by Scholastic).
    A 2002 Caldecott Honor Book
    A 2002 Orbis Pictus Award Honor Book for outstanding non-fiction.
  • Second Book Illustrated (Book Originally Published in 1995)

    Second Book Illustrated (Book Originally Published in 1995)
    Our House (by Pamela Conrad) (published by Scholastic).
  • Twelfth Book Illustrated

    Twelfth Book Illustrated
    Wingwalker (by Rosemary Wells) (published by Hyperion).
  • Thirteenth Book Illustrated

    Thirteenth Book Illustrated
    When Marian Sang (by Pam Munoz Ryan) (published by Scholastic).
    The Orbis Pictus Award for outstanding non-fiction 2003
    The Norman Sugarman Award 2004 for outstanding picture book biography.
    The Flora Stieglitz Strauss Award 2002 Given by Bank Street College
    Robert F. Sibert Honor 2003 for most distinguished informational book for children.
  • Fourteenth Book Illustrated

    Fourteenth Book Illustrated
    The Doll People (by Ann M. Martin and Laura Godwin) (published by Hyperion).
    Nominated for the 2001 Texas Bluebonnet
  • Fifteenth Book Illustrated

    Fifteenth Book Illustrated
    The Meanest Doll in the World (by Ann M. Martin and Laura Godwin) (published by Hyperion).
  • Sixteenth Book Illustrated

    Sixteenth Book Illustrated
    A Week in the Woods (by Andrew Clements) (published by Simon and Schuster).
  • Seventeenth Book Illustrated

    Seventeenth Book Illustrated
    Walt Whitman: Words for America (by Barbara Kerley) (published by Scholastic).
    A 2004 New York Times Ten Best Illustrated book
    Robert F. Sibert Honor 2004 for most distinguished informational book for children.
  • Eighteenth Book Illustrated

    Eighteenth Book Illustrated
    The Dulcimer Boy (by Tor Seidler) (published by HarperCollins).
  • Ninteenth Book Illustrated

    Ninteenth Book Illustrated
    Lunch Money (by Andrew Clements) (published by Simon and Schuster).
  • Twentieth Book Illustrated

    Twentieth Book Illustrated
    Marly's Ghost (by David Levithan) (published by Penguin).
  • Twenty-First Book Illustrated

    Twenty-First Book Illustrated
    The Report Card (by Andrew Clements) (published by Simon and Schuster).
  • Twenty-Second Book Illustrated

    Twenty-Second Book Illustrated
    THe Last Holiday Concert (by Andrew Clements) (published by Simon and Schuster).
  • Fourth Book Written (and Illustrated)

    Fourth Book Written (and Illustrated)
    The Invention of Hugo Cabret (by Brian Selznick) (published by Scholastic).
    2008 Caldecott Medal.
    National Book Award Finalist.
    A New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 2007
    A Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2007
    2007 Quill Award Winner
    2007 Borders Original Voices Finalist
    2007 #1 Best Book for Kids from Barnes and Noble
  • Twenty-Third Book Illlustrated

    No Talking (by Andrew Clements) (also illustrated by Mark Elliot) (published by Simon and Schuster).
  • Twenty-Fourth Book Illustrated

    Twenty-Fourth Book Illustrated
    Room One: A Mystery or Two (by Andrew Clements) (also illustrated by Chris Blair) (published by Simon and Schuster).
  • Twenty-Fifth Book Illustrated

    Lost and Found (by Andrew Clements) (also illustrated by Mark Elliot) (published by Atheneum Books).
  • Twenty-Sixth Book Illustrated

    Twenty-Sixth Book Illustrated
    The Runaway Dolls (by Ann M. Martin and Laura Godwin) (published by Hyperion).
  • Twenty-Seventh Book Illustrated

    Extra Credit (by Andrew Clements) (also illustrated by Mark Elliot) (published by Sion and Schuster).
  • Fifth Book Written (and Illustrated)

    Fifth Book Written (and Illustrated)
    Wonderstruck (by Brian Selznick) (published by Scholastic).
  • Sixth Book Written

    Sixth Book Written
    The Hugo Movie Companion: A Behind the Scenes Look at How a Beloved Book Became a Major Motion Picture (by Brian Selznick with Martin Scorsese and David Serlin) (photography by Jaap Buitendijk) (published by Scholastic).