The Snowy Day Trailer

The Snowy Day Trailer (2003)

"Enjoy classic Ezra Jack Keats stories in this splendid collection!" 01 January 2003 Family, TV Movie 53 mins

Part of the Scholastic Video Collection, "The Snowy Day, and more Ezra Jack Keats stories" brings 7 classic tales, written and illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats, to life on the screen. Also included is an 8th bonus video featuring Mr. Keats. 1- The Snowy Day (Adapted from the Caldecott Medal Book) 2- Whistle for Willie 3- Peter's Chair (Narrated by Loretta Long) 4- Pet Show 5- A Letter to Amy 6- The Trip 7- Apt. 3 8- Getting to Know Ezra Keats

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United States 01 January 2003

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