Ezra Jack Keats, Author & Illustrator: Guides to His Books

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Ezra Jack Keats, the beloved children's book author and illustrator, created such classics as The Snowy Day, Pet Show!, and Whistle for Willie. The 50th Anniversary of The Snowy Day, which won Keats the prestigious Caldecott Medal, was celebrated in 2012!

Whether or not your students are familiar with Ezra Jack Keats's books, they make a great addition to any classroom. Our literature guides include activities that are perfect for the early-learning child and beginning readers. You will find an author biography, teaching strategies to guide students' reading, cross-curricular activities, games, critical thinking exercises, and worksheets that complement the books.

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