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      Keats, Ezra Jack.
      2011.
      50th anniversary special ed.
      The adventures of a little boy in the city on a very snowy day.
      c2009.
      Consists of two separate programs. The first portion is an interview with Keats, the highly regarded author and illustrator of numerous well-love
      [videorecording] :
      Keats, Ezra Jack.
      [released 2008], c2007.
      Unabridged.
      The adventures of a little boy in the city on a very snowy day. Other stories add to the collection.
      [sound recording] :
      Keats, Ezra Jack.
      2007.
      Board-book ed.
      An 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
      2005.
      The Snowy Day: Enchanted with a city snowfall, Peter looks forward to going outside again tomorrow. Whistle for Willie: Peter longs to whistle so
      [videorecording].
      c2003.
      The snowy day: Describes the silent wonder of a city snow and little Peter's delight as he slides down snowy mountains. Whistle for Willie: An an
      [videorecording] :
      Keats, Ezra Jack.
      c2002.
      The adventures of a little boy in the city on a snowy day.
      [sound recording]
      Keats, Ezra Jack.
      2001.
      When he can't find his cat to enter in the neighborhood pet show, Archie must do some fast thinking to win a prize.
      Keats, Ezra Jack.
      2001.
      A puppy joins a litter of kittens in their fun for a day.
      Keats, Ezra Jack.
      2000.
      One night while everyone is sleeping, a little boy watches his paper mouse save a cat from an angry dog.
      Keats, Ezra Jack.
      1999.
      After a rainstorm, Clementina and her father discover a surprise in the prickly skin of the cactus that they've watched growing in the desert.
      Cover image for Over in the meadow
      Keats, Ezra Jack.
      1999.
      An old nursery poem introduces animals and their young and the numbers one through ten.