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Maurice Sendak

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Take a weekend trip to see this new Maurice Sendak exhibit

Time Out New York Kids (blog)
If you're in love with the cherished children's book Where the Wild Things Are, you'll definitely want to trek out to the Fenimore Art Museum to see its newest.

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Make Your Library Trips a Little More Magical With a 'Where the Wild Things Are' Library Card

Brownstoner
'Where the Wild Things Are' has been enchanting young readers for more than 50 years, but did you know that the classic children's book has Brooklyn roots? Author Maurice Sendak was a Brooklyn native, and in honor of the book and the author, Brooklyn ...

1964 Caldecott Medal Winner Where the Wild Things Are News

"Where The Wild Things Were"

TV.com
Well at least "Where the Wild Things Were" isn't a Wesen of the Week episode! I'm not sure that's a big improvement, though. Instead we get a very long rehash of everything that has gone before, as the team brings Renard up to speed. We also get Dasha ...

1964 Caldecott Medal Winner Where the Wild Things Are News

Grimm goes through the looking glass into a world of monsters

A.V. Club
While there's a lot of things I liked in “Where The Wild Things Were,” I found myself unable to embrace it as much as I wanted to with only three episodes left in the series' run. Part of it is a natural consequence of being a two-parter, but a bigger ...



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