Southern Mississippi Home | Facebook
University Libraries Logode Grummond Childrens Collection

Ezra Jack Keats: A Bibliography of His Work

And Long Remember by Dorothy Canfield Fisher, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; McGraw Hill, 1959. [deG/E/176.8/.F5]

Animal Stories: Tales of the Old Plantation by Joel Chandler Harris, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Doubleday, 1954. [deG/PZ/10.3/.H237/An5]

Apt. 3 written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Macmillan, 1971. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Ap]

Apple Orchard by Irmengarde Eberle, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Walck, 1962. [deG/SB/363/.E23x/1962]

The Brave Riders by Glenn Balch, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1959. [deG/PZ/7/.B18/Br]

The Buffalo and the Bell by Myra Scott Scovel, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Friendship Press, 1963. [deG/PZ/7/.S4336/Buf/1963]

A Change of Climate by Jay Williams, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Random House, 1956. [deG/PS/3545/.I528455/C5]

Chester by Eleanor Clymer, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Dodd Mead, 1954. [not in University Libraries]

The Chinese Knew by Tillie S. Pine and Joseph Levine; ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; McGraw Hill, 1958. [deG/DS/721/.P56x]

Clementina's Cactus written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Viking, 1982. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Cl/1982]

Danny Dunn and the Anti-Gravity Paint by Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Whittlesey House, 1956. [deG/PZ/7/.W666/Dan]

Danny Dunn and the Homework Machine by Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Whittlesey House, 1958. [deG/PZ/7/.W666/Dao]

Danny Dunn and the Weather Machine by Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Whittlesey House, 1959. [deG/PZ/7/.W666/Daow]

Danny Dunn on a Desert Island by Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Whittlesey House, 1957. [deG/PZ/7/.W666/Dap/1957]

Desmond's First Case by Herbert Best, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Viking, 1961. [deG/PZ/7/.B4658/De]

Dreams written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Macmillan, 1974. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Dr]

The Egyptians Knew by Tillie S. Pine and Joseph Levine, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; McGraw Hill, 1964. [deG/DT/61/.P4/1964]

The Eskimos Knew by Tillie S. Pine and Joseph Levine, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; McGraw Hill, 1962. [deG/E/99/.E7/P5/1962]

Farm Dog by David Malcolmson, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Little Brown, 1963. [deG/PZ/10.3/.M31x/Far]

Felipe's Long Journey: A Story of the Andes by Edna Jennings Sorensen, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Watts, 1961. [deG/PZ/7/.S7155/Fel/1961]

A Flood in Still River by Bianca Bradbury, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Dial, 1961. [deG/PZ/7/.B716/Flo/1961]

The Flying Cow by Ruth Philpott Collins, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Walck, 1963.
[deG/PZ/7/.C689x/Fly]

The Gobbler Called by Verne T. Davis, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Morrow, 1963. [deG/PZ/7/.D2985x/Go]

God is in the Mountain selected and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1966. [deG/PN/6084/.R3/K4]

Goggles! written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Macmillan, 1969. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Go]

Grasses by Irmengarde Eberle, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Walck, 1960. [deG/SB/197/.E22x/1960]

Hawaii: A Book to Begin On by Juliet M. Swenson, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1963. [deG/DU/623.2/.S9]

Hi, Cat! written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Macmillan, 1970. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Hi]

How Animals Sleep: A Time for Sleep by Millicent E. Selsam, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Scholastic, 1962. [deG/QL/49.S374/1962]

How to be a Nature Detective by Millicent E. Selsam, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Scholastic, 1963. (Issued in 1973 as How to be an Animal Detective) [deG/PZ/10/.S44/Hr3]

In a Spring Garden edited by Richard Lewis, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Dial, 1965. [deG/PL/782/.E3/L4]

In the Night by Paul Showers, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1961. [deG/QP/482/.S47x/1961]

In the Park: An Excursion in Four Languages by Esther Hautzig, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Macmillan, 1968. [deG/PZ/7/.H289/In]

Indian Two Feet and His Horse by Margaret Friskey, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Scholastic, 1964. [deG/PZ/7/.F918/In4]

The Indians Knew by Tillie S. Pine, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; McGraw Hill, 1957. [deG/E/77/.P6/1968]

Jennie's Hat written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Harper & Row, 1966. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Je]

Jim Can Swim by Helen D. Olds, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Knopf, 1963. [deG/PZ/7/.O46/Jk]

John Henry: An American Legend written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Pantheon, 1965. [deG/PZ/8.1/.K198/Jo]

Jubilant for Sure by Elizabeth Lansing, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1954. [deG/PZ/10.3/.L25x/Ju]

Jumblies by Edward Lear, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats. Story appears in Best In Children's Books volume 17; Doubleday, 1959. [deG/PZ/5/.B425/vol. 17]

The King's Fountain by Lloyd Alexander, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Dutton, 1971. [deG/PZ/8/.A37/Ki]

Kitten for a Day written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Watts, 1974. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Ki/1982]

Krishna and the White Elephant by Ruth Collins, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Walck, 1961. [deG/PZ/7/.C689x/Kri/1961]

A Letter to Amy written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Harper, 1968. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Le/1968b]

The Little Drummer Boy by Katherine Davis, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Macmillan, 1968. [deG/PZ/8.3/.K227/Li/1987]

Little Hawk and the Free Horses by Glenn Balch, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1957. [deG/PZ/7/.B16/Ip]

Louie written and ill. Ezra Jack Keats; Greenwillow, 1975. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Lo]

Louie's Search written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Four Winds, 1980. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Lr]

Maggie and the Pirate written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Four Winds, 1979. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Mag]

My Dog is Lost! by Ezra Jack Keats and Pat Cherr, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1960. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/My]

Mystery on the Isle of Skye by Phyllis A. Whitney, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Westminster, 1955. [deG/PZ/7/.W616/M87x]

The Naughty Boy a poem by John Keats, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Viking, 1965. [deG/PZ/8.3/.K23/Nau]

Night compiled by Ezra Jack Keats, photographs by Beverly Hall; Atheneum, 1969. [deG/PN/6084/.N5/K4]

Nihal by Eleanor A. Murphey, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1960. [deG/PZ/7/.M946/Ni]

One Red Sun: A Counting Book by Ezra Jack Keats; Viking, 1999. [deG/QA/113/.K43 1999]

Our Rice Village in Cambodia by Ruth Tooze, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Viking, 1963. [deG/DS/554.42/.T66x]

Over in the Meadow [from a poem by Olive A. Wadsworth], ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Four Winds, 1971. [deG/PZ/8.3/.O9]

Panoramas edited by William S. Gray, Marion Monroe, A. Sterl Artley and May Hill Arbuthnot, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Scott Foresman, 1957. [deG/PE/1117/.P366/1957]

The Peg-Legged Pirate of Sulu by Cora Cheney, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Knopf, 1960. [deG/PZ/7/.C4187/Pe]

Penny Tunes and Princesses by Myron Levoy, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Harper & Row, 1972. [deG/PZ/7/.L5825/Pe]

Pet Show! written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Macmillan, 1972. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Pc]

The Peterkin Papers by Lucretia P. Hale, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Doubleday, 1963. [deG/PZ/7/.H137/P12]

Peter's Chair written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Harper & Row, 1967. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Pe]

The Pilgrims Knew by Tillie S. Pine and Joseph Levine, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; McGraw Hill, 1957. [deG/F/68.4/.P5/1957]

Pssst! Doggie -- by Ezra Jack Keats; Watts, 1973. [deG/PZ/10.3/.K22/Ps]

Reading Beyond the Basal: Using Children's Literature to Expand and Enrich the Basal Program written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Perfection Form Co., 1987. [not in University Libraries]

Regards to the Man in the Moon written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Four Winds, 1981. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Re]

The Rice Bowl Pet by Patricia Miles Martin, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1962. [deG/PZ/7/.M36418/Ri]

Skates! written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Watts, 1973. [deG/PZ/10.3/.K22/Sk]

The Snowy Day written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Viking, 1962. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Sn]

Song of the River by Billy C. Clark, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1957. [deG/PZ/7/.C535/So/1957]

Sounds We Hear by Gerald S. Craig and Beatrice D. Hurley, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats. Story appears in Best in Children's Books vol. 10; Doubleday, 1958. [deG/PZ/5/.B425/vol. 10]

Speedy Digs Downside Up by Maxine W. Kumin, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Putnam, 1964. [deG/PZ/8/.K918/Sp]

Sure Thing for Shep by Elizabeth Lansing, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1956. [deG/PZ/7/.L285/Su]

That First Easter by Henry Denker, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Crowell, 1959. [deG/PZ/7/.D423/Th]

Three Children of Chile by Ella Huff Kepple, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Friendship Press, 1961. [deG/PZ/7/.K44/Th/1961]

Three Young Kings by George Albee, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Watts, 1956. [deG/PZ/7/.A329x/Thr/1956]

Tia Maria's Garden by Ann Nolan Clark, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Viking, 1963. [PZ/7/.C5296/Ti/1963]

The Time of the Wolves by Verne T. Davis, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Morrow, 1962. [deG/PZ/7/.D32/Ti]

The Tournament of the Lions by Jay Williams, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Walck, 1960. [deG/PZ/8.1/.W652/To]

Tres Casas, Tres Familias by Edna Beiler, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Friendship Press, 1964. [deG/PZ/7/.B388235/Tr]

The Trip written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Greenwillow, 1978. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Tr]

Two Tickets to Freedom: The True Story of Ellen and William Craft, Fugitive Slaves by Florence B. Freedman, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Simon & Schuster, 1971. [deG/HT/869/.C7/F7]

Wee Joseph by William MacKellar, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; McGraw Hill, 1957. [deG/PZ/7/.M196/We]

What a Magnet Can Do by Gerald S. Craig and Sara E. Baldwin, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats. Story appears in Best in Children's Books vol. 1; Doubleday, 1957. [deG/PZ/5/.B425/vol. 1]

What Eddie Brought Home by Carolyn Haywood, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats. Story appears in Best in Children's Books vol. 9; Doubleday, 1958. [deG/PZ/5/.B425/vol. 9]

What Good is a Tail? by Solveig P. Russell, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Bobbs Merrill, 1962. [deG/PZ/10/.R85/Wh]

Whistle for Willie written and ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Viking, 1964. [deG/PZ/7/.K2253/Wh]

Wonder Tales of Dogs and Cats by Frances Carpenter, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Doubleday, 1955. [deG/PZ/10.3/.C233/Wm]

Your Own Aquarium by Victor C. Smith, Barbara Henderson and W.R. Teeters, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats. Story appears in Best in Children's Books vol. 4; Doubleday, 1957. [deG/PZ/5/.B425/vol.4]

Zoo, Where Are You? by Ann McGovern, ill. by Ezra Jack Keats; Harper & Row, 1964. [deG/PZ/7/.M1687/Zo]

In the near future, we'll be adding a bibliography of books, book chapters, biographical entries, articles, theses and dissertations that have been written by and about Ezra Jack Keats.