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Over in the Meadow

Over in the Meadow

by Ezra Jack Keats Illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats
A classic Appalachian counting rhyme that features animal mothers and their babies living in unique meadow habitats.

Praise for Over in the Meadow

"Caldecott Medal-winning Ezra Jack Keats provides fresh, appealing illustrations... Should definitely be included in public and school library collections." — Library Journal

Ages
6, 7, 5
Interest Level
Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent
4.5
Lexile Measure
380L
DRA
16
Guided Reading
J
Publisher
Puffin Books
Book Type
Counting and Number Book
Number of Pages
32
Genre
Fables, Folk Tales and Myths, Functional and How-To, Poetry and Rhymes

About the Author and Illustrator

Ezra Jack Keats An American author and illustrator of children's books, Ezra Jack Keats illustrated jackets for adult and juvenile books and provided drawings for almost a dozen children's books by other authors before he wrote The Snowy Day (1962), one of the first picture books in which the central character is a minority child. It won the Caldecott Medal.
Ezra Jack Keats An American author and illustrator of children's books, Ezra Jack Keats illustrated jackets for adult and juvenile books and provided drawings for almost a dozen children's books by other authors before he wrote The Snowy Day (1962), one of the first picture books in which the central character is a minority child. It won the Caldecott Medal.

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