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Ezra Jack Keats

American children's writer and illustrator

1916   -   1983

country of citizenship: United States of America
occupation: writer, children's writer
award received: Caldecott Medal

Ezra Jack Keats (March 11, 1916 – May 6, 1983) was an American writer and illustrator of children's books. He won the 1963 Caldecott Medal for illustrating The Snowy Day, which he also wrote. Keats wrote A Letter to Amy and Hi, Cat! but he was most famous for The Snowy Day. It is considered one of the most important American books of the 20th century.Keats is best known for introducing multiculturalism into mainstream American children's literature. He was one of the first children’s book authors to use an urban setting for his stories and he developed the use of collage as a medium for illustration.
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works

24

Whistle for Willie

book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1964

Maggie and the Pirates

book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1979

One Red Sun, a Counting Book

book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1998

Pet Show

book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1972

Peter's Chair

book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1967

Apt. 3

book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1971

Skates!

book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1973

The Snowy Day

book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1962

Regards to the Man in the Moon

children's picture book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1981

Clementina's Cactus

book by Ezra Jack Keats

author: Ezra Jack Keats
illustrator: Ezra Jack Keats

1982

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