The Snowy Day. Ezra Jack Keats. Narrator 1, Narrator 2, Narrator 3, Narrator 4, Narrator 5, Peter, Friend, Mother. Narrator 1: One winter morning Peter woke up. Go on a snowy day reading adventure! Teachers can support Explore snow! Download and print the PDF in English · Download and print the PDF in Spanish. In this Caldecott Award-winning book, a small boy named Peter experiences the joy of a snowy day. First published in , this now-classic book broke the.

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And so this boy was there, and so he put him in the book. They are books that say, this is a great story.

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Out of all the 2, trade books published for children and teens by trade presses in , Horning and the CCBC were shocked to find only 18 were written or illustrated by African Americans.

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Books written by and about other minority groups are even harder to find. Even when you can find books featuring African American characters, they generally fall into two specific categories, she said: historical narratives from the 19th century, or stories about Civil Rights leaders.

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The release is unprecedented, and its impact on culture and creativity could be huge. We have never seen such a mass entry into the public domain in the digital age.

The last one—in , when slipped its copyright bond—predated Google. Despite that, even fierce advocates for copyright agree that, after 95 years, it is time to release these works. In , Disney was one of the loudest in a choir of corporate voices advocating for longer copyright protections.

At the urging of Disney and others, Congress passed the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act, named for the late singer, songwriter and California representative, adding 20 years to the copyright term.

Mickey would be protected until —and no copyrighted work would enter the public domain again until , creating a bizarre year hiatus between the release of works from and those from She looked down at Shelley. Kipper's Snowy Day I had them search around the house for three different circular sizes. The poem has inspired lyrics from Bruce Hornsby, Melissa Etheridge and George Strait, and its phrases have been used to sell cars, careers, computers and countless dorm room posters that feature the final lines as an exhortation to individualism that the poet likely never intended.

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It was a landscape Keats filled with mystery and stark beauty, and it has ever since enchanted legions of children.

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