Maurice Sendak’s 1963 picture book Where The Wild Things Are, a much-loved classic of children’s literature, is about a spirited boy named Max who is sent to his room without any supper, and kills the time with a journey in to his imagination.
Sendak’s beautiful crosshatched illustrations, and less than 400 words of text, told enough of a story for young readers and their parents to build an entire world for Max...
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