A little turtle, two little fish, three little bluebirds, four little muskrats, five little honeybees, six little crows, seven little crickets, eight little lizards, nine little frogs, and ten little fireflies all do what their mothers ask
by Ezra J Keats
Ezra Jack Keats revolutionized children's literature in 1962 with the popularization of his iconic work, The Snowy Day. Keats held the conviction that children should find themselves reflected in the stories they cherish.
Find out more about his legacy through the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation