Cover of: The snowy day by Ezra Jack Keats
An edition of The Snowy Day (1962)

The snowy day

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An edition of The Snowy Day (1962)

The snowy day

  • 4.50 ·
  • 14 Ratings
  • 171 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading
  • 33 Have read
Publish Date
Publisher
Viking Press
Language
English

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The adventures of a little boy in the city on a very snowy day.

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Edition Availability
Cover of: SAP-Un Dia de Nieve-PR
SAP-Un Dia de Nieve-PR
October 2004, Scholastic en Espanol
Paperback in English
Cover of: The snowy day
The snowy day
1996, Viking Press
in English
Cover of: Un día de nieve
Un día de nieve
1991, Viking Press
in Spanish
Cover of: The Snowy Day
The Snowy Day
1985, Viking
in English
Cover of: The snowy day
The snowy day
1976, Puffin Books
in English
Cover of: The snowy day
The snowy day
1963, Scholastic Book Services
in English - Children's Choice Book Club ed.
Cover of: The snowy day
The snowy day
1962, Scholastic
Paperback in English

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Book Details


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New York

Edition Notes

Board pages.

Genre
Juvenile fiction

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Pagination
1 v. (unpaged) :

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL23244713M
Internet Archive
snowyday00keat_2
ISBN 10
0670867330
LCCN
96151342
Library Thing
71375
Goodreads
404514

Work Description

Winner of the 1963 Caldecott Medal, Keats' story of a young boy experiencing the year's first snowfall has delighted millions of readers. Peter, The Snowy Day's protagonist, wakes up to the season’s first snowfall. In his bright red snowsuit, he goes outside and makes footprints and trails through the snow. Peter is too young to join a snowball fight with older kids, so he makes a snowman and snow angels and slides down a hill. He returns home with a snowball stashed in his pocket. Before he goes to bed, Peter is sad to discover the snowball has melted. The next day, he wakes up to tons more falling snow. With a friend, he ventures outside again.

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May 21, 2020 Edited by CoverBot Added new cover
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August 19, 2010 Edited by IdentifierBot added LibraryThing ID
May 29, 2009 Created by ImportBot Imported from Collingswood Public Library MARC record.