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Alvin Tresselt

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  1. a pioneering children's book author and graphic designer

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  2. born September 30, 1916, Passaic, New Jersey

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  3. died on July 24, 2000

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  4. His book White Snow, Bright Snow (illustrated by Roger Duvoisin) won the Caldecott Medal

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  6. His most popular book was his retelling of the Ukrainian folktale The Mitten, illustrated by Yaroslova

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