ALSC names 2003 Notable Children's Recordings

Contact: Laura Schulte-Cooper


For Immediate Release

February 10, 2003

ALSC names 2003 Notable Children's Recordings

The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC), a division of the American Library Association (ALA), has selected its 2003 list of Notable Children's Recordings. The recordings selected are:

  • "26 Fairmount Avenue: Books 1-4." Listening Library.
  • "Beethoven's Wig." Rounder Records.
  • "Boy." Harper Children's Audio.
  • "Clic, Clac, Muu - Vacas Escritoras." Weston Woods.
  • "Coraline." Harper Children's Audio.
  • "Everything on a Waffle." Listening Library.
  • "Feather Boy." Listening Library.
  • "Francie." Recorded Books.
  • "The Frogs Wore Red Suspenders." Harper Children's Audio.
  • "Good Night, Gorilla." Weston Woods.
  • "The Grave." Recorded Books.
  • "How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?" Weston Woods.
  • "The Journey." Live Oak Media.
  • "Latin Playground." Putumayo World Music.
  • "Love, Ruby Lavender." Listening Library.
  • "Maniac Magee." Listening Library.
  • "Martin's Big Words." Weston Woods.
  • "More Tales of Uncle Remus." Recorded Books.
  • "Pictures of Hollis Woods." Listening Library.
  • "Ruby Holler." Harper Children's Audio.
  • "Saffy's Angel." Listening Library.
  • "A Single Shard." Listening Library.
  • "So You Want to Be President?" Weston Woods.
  • "The Thief Lord." Listening Library.
  • "The Twits." Harper Children's Audio.
  • "Why Don't You Get a Horse, Sam Adams?" Weston Woods.

For the annotated list, visit the
ALSC Web site.

Members of the 2003 Notable Children's Recordings Committee are: Bruce Farrar, chair, Nashville (Tenn.) Public Library; Thomas J. Barthelmess, Spokane County (Wash.) Library District; Ginny Gustin, Sonoma County Library, Santa Rosa, Calif.; Annisha Jeffries, Cleveland Public Library; Kathleen Apuzzo Krasniewicz, Perrot Library, Old Greenwich, Conn.; Amy Lilien-Harper, Ferguson Library, Harry Bennett Branch, Stamford, Conn.; Alice R. Neve, St. Paul (Minn.) Public Library; Diane G. Person, Long Island (N.Y.) University; and Glenna M. Sloan, Queens College School of Education, Flushing, N.Y.