If you're lucky enough to be in NYC now until January 29th, the Jewish Museum on 5th Ave. at 92nd St. is showing an exhibit of Ezra Jack Keats' work. You probably grew up with his books like I did and they are definitely classics. By the end of his life in 1983, he had illustrated over 80 books. The Snowy Day, Whistle for Willie, Peter's Chair -- all beautifully done in bold color and collage, were the first children's books to feature an African American protagonist and changed children's literature. I wish I could see it!