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Fri Mar 21 17:09:14 2014 UTClccn-n800098400.00El día nevado0.060.66Our favorite Mr. Keats an engaging interview with Ezra Jack Keats, author and illustrator237540094Ezra_Jack_Keatsn 80009840392375Katz Ezra Jack 1916-1983Katz, Jack E. 1916-Katz, Jack EzraKatz, Jacob E. 1916-Keats, E. J. (Ezra Jack), 1916-キーツ, エズラ・Jキーツ, エズラ・ジャック濟慈著.圖lccn-n97026178Suen, Anastasialccn-n79093368Eitzen, Allanilllccn-n86110802Onorati, Henrylyrcmplccn-n86110801Simeone, Harrylyrcmplccn-n80079864Macmillan Companypbllccn-n86030948Davis, Katherine1892-1980fast-983818John Henry (Legendary character)lccn-n80036646Weston Woods Studioslccn-n84123232Freedman, Florence B.(Florence Bernstein)lccn-n80038457Pine, Tillie S.Keats, Ezra JackFictionJuvenile worksLegendsFolkloreDramaPicture booksInterviewsChristmas musicCarols, EnglishFilm adaptationsAfrican AmericansSnowDogsCity and town lifePlayChildren's storiesWhistlingBrothers and sistersPetsChairsCatsInfantsAdventure and adventurersSnowballsBullyingBirthdaysUnited StatesFriendshipFamiliesJohn Henry (Legendary character)Sibling rivalryNursery rhymesChildren's poetryHatsKeats, Ezra JackHalloweenAfrican American childrenImaginationPuppetsInner citiesIntimidationEscapesDreamsCarolsFolkloreRemarriageMachineryHammersBlacksmithsChristmas musicIllustratorsAuthors, AmericanCaldecott MedalDetective and mystery storiesChildren's stories, AmericanChildren's stories--AuthorshipIllustration of booksPet showsCricketsMice1916198319441953195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014935854251495[E]PZ7.K2253ocn000013729ocn000855260ocn001260237ocn000403212ocn000140868ocn000435842ocn000201436ocn000335197ocn000305243ocn001406598ocn000052049ocn002721858ocn568747990ocn765008649ocn409961332ocn7741845489336111ocn000184411book19620.06Keats, Ezra JackThe snowy dayJuvenile worksFictionBig booksPicture booksThe adventures of a little boy in the city on a very snowy day+-+5559015215516668ocn000252440book19640.06Keats, Ezra JackWhistle for WillieJuvenile worksFictionA little boy wishes so much that he could whistle+-+2597125215434260ocn000301358book19670.06Keats, Ezra JackPeter's chairJuvenile worksFictionBig booksWhen Peter discovers his blue furniture is being painted pink for a new baby sister, he rescues the last unpainted item, a chair, and runs away+-+3666875155324379631ocn000013729book19690.07Keats, Ezra JackGoggles!Juvenile worksFictionPicture booksTwo boys must outsmart the neighborhood bullies before they can enjoy their new treasure, a pair of lensless motorcycle goggles+-+5715335215321330ocn000286740book19720.06Keats, Ezra JackPet show!Juvenile worksFictionWhen he can't find his cat to enter in the neighborhood pet show, Archie must do some fast thinking to win a prize+-+6950855215310227ocn000165695book19680.06Keats, Ezra JackA letter to AmyJuvenile worksFictionPeter wants to invite Amy to his birthday party but he wants it to be a surprise+-+4815335215277625ocn000090125book19640.06Keats, Ezra JackHi, cat!Juvenile worksFictionArchie's day would have been great if he had not started it by greeting the new cat on the block+-+5190335215261222ocn000305833book19650.06Keats, Ezra JackJohn Henry, an American legendJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionLegendsDescribes the life of the legendary steel-driving man who was born with and who died with a hammer in his hand+-+8705439485252325ocn000704923book19740.06Keats, Ezra JackDreamsJuvenile worksFictionOne night while everyone is sleeping, a little boy watches his paper mouse save a cat from an angry dog+-+0992105965251929ocn000403212book19680.06Keats, Ezra JackOver in the meadowJuvenile worksPoetryAn old nursery poem introduces animals and their young and the numbers one through ten+-+1350105965251219ocn000155082book19710.06Keats, Ezra JackApt. 3Juvenile worksFictionOn a rainy day two brothers try to discover who is playing the harmonica they hear in their apartment building+-+3250105965242216ocn000301351book19660.06Keats, Ezra JackJennie's hatJuvenile worksFictionWhen the hat Jennie receives from her aunt is not as fancy as she had hoped, her bird friends decorate it for her+-+1085507965225337ocn043694199book19680.06Keats, Ezra JackThe little drummer boyJuvenile worksFictionCarols, EnglishChristmas musicAn illustrated version of the Christmas carol about the procession to Bethlehem and the offer of a poor boy to play his drum for the Christ Child+-+2892105965224316ocn003089401book19780.07Keats, Ezra JackThe tripJuvenile worksFictionLonely in a new neighborhood, Louie creates a magic box from a shoebox and sees his old friends trick-or-treating+-+1876933315208913ocn007282180book19810.06Keats, Ezra JackRegards to the man in the moonJuvenile worksFictionWith the help of his imagination, his parents, and a few scraps of junk, Louie and his friends travel through space+-+8516624315206312ocn001255080book19750.06Keats, Ezra JackLouieJuvenile worksFictionA shy, withdrawn boy loses his heart to a puppet+-+2431855215201714ocn000800672book19740.01Keats, Ezra JackKitten for a dayJuvenile worksFictionPicture booksA puppy joins a litter of kittens in their fun for a day+-+890558796518009ocn004493188book19790.06Keats, Ezra JackMaggie and the pirateJuvenile worksFictionWhen Maggie's pet cricket is stolen, she and her friends embark on a search for the "pirate" thief which ensues in a small tragedy, but the making of a new friend+-+3703995405153945ocn009846882rcrd19620.06Keats, Ezra JackThe snowy dayJuvenile worksFictionShort storiesThe adventures of a little boy named Peter in the city on a very snowy day+-+2736505965151514ocn005992394book19800.06Keats, Ezra JackLouie's searchJuvenile worksFictionAfter moving to a busy new neighborhood with his mother, Louie decides to explore and see if there is anyone he might like to have as a father+-+061210596510104ocn031206135book19940.06Engel, DeanEzra Jack Keats : a biography with illustrationsJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the award-winning author and illustrator, Ezra Jack Keats+-+80143363362422ocn029417722visu19920.08The Ezra Jack Keats LibraryJuvenile worksFictionInterviewsCompilation of six children's stories featuring Peter, Archie and Louis, originally released by Weston Woods Studios. Also includes a documentary segment on Keats himself. Stories have varying production credits2392ocn054677577book20050.06Wheeler, Jill CEzra Jack KeatsJuvenile worksBiographyTraces the childhood, education, and career of children's literature illustrator Ezra Jack Keats+-+03622464062074ocn071196869com20030.07Keats, Ezra JackThe snowy day and other storiesJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsThe snowy day: Peter experiences the wonder of a snowy city day. Whistle for Willie: Peter tries very hard to whistle for his dog Willie. Peter's chair: When Peter discovers his blue furniture is being painted pink for a new baby sister, he rescues the last unpainted item, a chair, and runs away. Pet Show!: When he can't find his cat to enter in the neighborhood pet show, Archie must do some fast thinking to win a prize1271ocn061851520book20050.01Chanko, PamelaTeaching with favorite Ezra Jack Keats booksHandbooks, manuals, etcEngaging, skill-building activities that help kids learn about families, friendship, neighborhood & community, and more in these beloved classics+-+5724514895991ocn037373532book20020.29Alderson, BrianEzra Jack Keats : a bibliography and catalogueCatalogsBibliography+-+2255900106812ocn017996613visu19890.08Ezra Jack KeatsBiographyEzra Jack Keats discusses the experiences which have influenced his work. Keats demonstrates how to make one type of collage material, talks about his early work, and conducts an informal tour of his New York neighborhood. Concludes with the complete motion picture adaptation of A letter to Amy371ocn034706881book19950.19Pecuch, PatriciaEzra Jack Keats+-+5409982006291ocn063117784visu20030.06The Snowy day --and more Ezra Jack Keats storiesJuvenile worksFictionDramaThe snowy day: Peter experiences the wonder of a snowy city day. Whistle for Willie: Peter tries very hard to whistle for his dog Willie. Peter's chair: When Peter discovers his blue furniture is being painted pink for a new baby sister, he rescues the last unpainted item, a chair, and runs away. Pet Show!: When he can't find his cat to enter in the neighborhood pet show, Archie must do some fast thinking to win a prize233ocn003095398visu19680.08Ezra Jack KeatsBiographyEzra Jack Keats discusses the experiences which have influenced his work. Keats demonstrates how to make one type of collage material, talks about his early work, and conducts an informal tour of his New York neighborhood. Concludes with the complete motion picture adaptation of A letter to Amy221ocn032515359visu19930.18The Ezra Jack Keats LibraryThe Snowy Day: Enchanted with a city snowfall, Peter looks forward to going outside again tomorrow. Whistle for Willie: Peter longs to whistle so he can call his dog, Willie. Peter's Chair: Peter wants to run away when his new baby sister arrives, but he learns something important about growing up instead. A Letter to Amy: The wind spoils Peter's attempt to mail a special birthday invitation to Amy. Pet Show: All the kids in the neighborhood are on their way to the pet show-except for Archie who can't find his pet. The Trip: Louie constructs a shoebox diorama and uses his imagination to visit his old neighborhood. Getting to know Ezra Jack Keats: Ezra Jack Keats provides a fascinating glimpse into his work as a children's book author/illustrator101ocn762087267visu20110.06Zin! Zin! Zin! a violin and more stories for young musiciansJuvenile worksDramaFilm adaptationsAnimated filmsPresents six stories about musical topics to support music appreciation, self-confidence, and creativity81ocn009136148visu0.24Ezra Jack KeatsEzra Jack Keats discusses the experiences which have influenced his work. Keats demonstrates how to make one type of collage material, talks about his early work, and conducts an informal tour of his New York neighborhood. Concludes with the complete motion picture adaptation of A letter to Amy61ocn020054097rcrd19730.66Our favorite Mr. Keats an engaging interview with Ezra Jack Keats, author and illustratorIn this interview with Edna Edwards, Ezra Jack Keats describes his children's pleasure-giving books (Little drummer boy, A snowy day, and John Henry) which depict his melding of talent and perception in intriguing the minds of children42ocn611353542com0.18Ezra Jack Keats : (1916-1983)Criticism, interpretation, etc41ocn778052930visu1992Keats, Ezra JackEl día nevadoJuvenile worksFictionFilm adaptationsThe adventures of a little boy in the city on a snowy day41ocn174971372visu20070.06The snowy day whistle for WillieJuvenile worksDramaThe snowy day: Peter experiences the wonder of a snowy city day. Whistle for Willie: Peter tries very hard to whistle for his dog Willie31ocn003593987book19720.47Illustrations for children : works by five major American illustrators : sponsored by the School of Library and Information Science, University Art Gallery, SUNY at Albany, February 15 through March 13, [1972] : a catalogueExhibition catalogs31ocn778973164book20020.06Keats, Ezra JackKeats's neighborhood : an Ezra Jack Keats treasuryJuvenile worksBiographyPicture booksThis beautiful collection brings together ten of the best-loved stories of Ezra Jack Keats+-+113085521521ocn671308039visu19960.07The Ezra Jack Keats video library+-+5559015215+-+5559015215Fri Mar 21 15:33:01 EDT 2014batch45585