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Where The Wild Things Are

Sendak, M., & Sendak, M. (1963). Where the wild things are. New York: Harper & Row.

Caldecott Medal, 1964

Interest Level: K-3

Reading Level: 3.4… 310 more words

Easy Reader

Are the Wild Things Scary?

I was reading one of my all-time favorite children’s stories with John this week, and he dressed up in costume to fully experience “Where the Wild Things Are”. 334 more words

Faith

She Was Brave . . . .

Bravery:  a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger without showing fear.
Synonyms: courage, courageousness
WordNet Dictionary

Over a lifetime I have learned that it takes courage and determination to love others well.   1,171 more words

Hope

Goodbye, Max

On a sweltering day in August 2008, I rushed to finish the walls of my son’s new bedroom, wiping sweat from my forehead as often as I wiped up the paint drops that spattered on the groaning wooden floor. 526 more words

Food, Literature, Travel

Celebrating Our Wild ONE

My youngest little guy turned one a few weeks ago. We celebrated with a small family party complete with Where the Wild Things are decorations and a delish cake (made by my mom!). 201 more words

THE 50 GREATEST MOVIE TRAILERS (Part 2)

Chris Luckett

Movie trailers have evolved a great deal over the years, from the 6-minute packages shown after moving pictures in the 1910s (hence the term “trailer”) to boundary-pushing previews preceding movies in the 1970s to the heavily promoted online launches of trailers today. 624 more words

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Book Review: Where the Wild Things Are

Today my son and I read Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak. Winner of a Caldecott Medal, the pictures are amazing. The boundary between fantasy and reality becomes blurred throughout this book, with the illustrations cleverly adding to the thematic elements. 194 more words

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