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Peter Pan- J.M. Barrie

-Mild Spoilers

Maurice Sendak, author of the children’s book Where the Wild Things Are, once said that he had never intended to write for children, but that his brand of honesty would never be well-received by adults. 327 more words


Musical Monday, featuring Carter Burwell.

Check out this mellow tune and add a dash of peace and melody to your day. Cheers!

We Love You So, from Where the Wild Things Are.

W is for Where the Wild Things Are

When our oldest son was nearly four and I was well on my way to delivering a baby of unknown gender, my husband and I wandered into a bookstore in the nearby mall. 1,333 more words


Top 5: Crap Films with Amazing Trailers

Trailers are an art form unto themselves.  They sell the film more than any other form of marketing.  Sometimes a trailer is so good that it’s a mini-film of its own.   671 more words


Where The Wild Things Are *** (Out Of 4)

Consensus: “Where The Wild Things Are” is the latest film from director Spike Jones. Here he chooses to adapt the classic Maurice Sendak story. Jonze expands the adventure to a feature film that is visually stunning. 25 more words

Where The Wild Things Are

Where the Wild Things Are

It’s funny how music and writing go hand in hand. Actually I thing all forms of art feed and feed into other art. Have you ever been listening to a song and started thinking about a story that goes with it? 1,217 more words


Book Review: Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

This kid’s book is a little weird and didn’t really meet whatever expectations I had for it.

Originally published 54 years ago in 1963, Sendak’s story follows a rather badly behaved little boy named Max who, after another obnoxious episode, is sent to his room without supper (pretty harsh but hey). 150 more words

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