Maurice Sendak

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Zero Hedge
Harvey's Hubris & Hollywood's Halloween House Of Horrorshe might have gotten away with it forever. But he had the look of some wild Te
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
he might have gotten away with it forever. But he had the look of some wild Teutonic forest swine, a monster out of the Maurice Sendak Wild Things gallery, with his oversized head and that unfortunate six-day scruff of beard bristling over his... Read more
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The Irish Times
Oliver Jeffers: Before my son, I wrote my children’s books for myself“Me. Up until now I have written books that are primarily enjoyed by children,
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
“Me. Up until now I have written books that are primarily enjoyed by children, but aren’t necessarily written for children. Maurice Sendak used to say that he just writes books and somebody else says they’re for children. I write these stories and... Read more
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The Hindu
Viraj Naik's 'Ambrosia de Fabulae': social and political code in arta split-second portrayal. While reading favourite books such as Where The Wild
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
a split-second portrayal. While reading favourite books such as Where The Wild Things Are, the intricate illustrations by Maurice Sendak added to to quirky and primordial ambience of the story. In a similar realm of this artistry, Viraj Naik is... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Tunesday: A Book Lover’s Playlistfirst single from the synth-infused indie rock band directly references the chi
The Daily Californian / Posted 7 days ago
first single from the synth-infused indie rock band directly references the children’s book, “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak. The book’s presence in the song is clear, from the asking of “Do you know where the wild things go?” to... Read more
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birminghammail
Reading is vital for our childrenis The Catcher In The Rye. The good times are here. The hard times are here. Pi
birminghammail / Posted 8 days ago
is The Catcher In The Rye. The good times are here. The hard times are here. Pictures are here. Perfect.. 6. Mummy? by Maurice Sendak (Scholastic) Sendak wowed the world with his Roussou-inspired, Where The Wild Things Are. Here is the New York... Read more
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Herald Sun
Which books do our kids like the best?Michael Rosen 5. Where is the Green Sheep by Mem Fox 6. Green Eggs and Ham by
Herald Sun / Posted 15 days ago
Michael Rosen 5. Where is the Green Sheep by Mem Fox 6. Green Eggs and Ham by Dr Seuss 7. Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak 8. The Harry Potter series by JK Rowling 9. Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister 10. The Gruffalo by Julia... Read more
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News.com.au
Which books do our kids like the best?Michael Rosen 5. Where is the Green Sheep by Mem Fox 6. Green Eggs and Ham by
News.com.au / Posted 15 days ago
Michael Rosen 5. Where is the Green Sheep by Mem Fox 6. Green Eggs and Ham by Dr Seuss 7. Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak 8. The Harry Potter series by JK Rowling 9. Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister 10. The Gruffalo by Julia... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
The best events in town this week—and beyondand irreligious attitudes influenced counterculture artists as diverse as Jimi
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 27 days ago
and irreligious attitudes influenced counterculture artists as diverse as Jimi Hendrix, photographer Diane Arbus, author Maurice Sendak ("Where the Wild Things Are"), Jackson Pollock and The Doors. The exhibit juxtaposes Blake's visual-art prints... Read more

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