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DeborahYael: Books | Maurice Sendak’s ageless imagination

JuliaKate32: Reflecting on book banning made me want to re-watch Stephen Colbert's interview with Maurice Sendak. It's still amazing.

bellewitch66: The 1st Nutcracker of the Season. A crappy cover transformed. Art by Maurice Sendak!

Dahliaisdopey: Who is THIS into Christmas? $35,000 for two ornaments cause Maurice Sendak got tipsy one night and drew on some ornaments

JoseRui33190986: Check out Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak (2012, Trade Paperback, Anniversary)

basalte74: In the Night Kitchen, Maurice Sendak, 1970.

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SurrendrDorothy: Wild Thing Hanukkah Christmas Pagent Maurice Sendak Vintage Hot Air Balloon Children's Nursery Poster To Frame

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greg87f: Drawing the Curtain: Maurice Sendak’s Designs for Opera and Ballet NCRHUZZ

LizaHawthorne: "I have been doodling with ink and watercolor on paper all my life. It's my way of stirring up my imagination to see what I find hidden in my head." - Maurice Sendak. 12 editions at 5 Tez each

margarette28sm: Who Was Maurice Sendak? (Who Was?) IIXWQUX

WillaPa18167439: Wild Visionary: Maurice Sendak in Queer Jewish Context (Stanford Studies in Jewish History and Culture) C4QNOUH

CSOhioSCBWI: January Special Field Trip: Maurice Sendak Exhibition at the Columbus Museum of Art, Sunday, 1/15 at 3:00pm! Reservations ARE required: the RSVP deadline is December 28 at midnight. Full details and registration at:

littleMreal: Maybe I was thinking of Maurice Sendak. Sorry daddy Mercer please forgive little monster for his mistakes.

metmuseumbot: Table Set for Tea. 1841–42. Credit line: Bequest of Maurice B. Sendak, 2012

jwrose53: There must be more to life than having everything. ~Maurice Sendak

GregAndree71: Using picture books with my 8th graders today as we learn about, and analyze stories for Theme. Books today were Fry Bread by Kevin Noble Maillard and Juana Martinez-Neal, and Mommy? by Maurice Sendak, Arthur Yorinks, and Matthew Reinhart.

OkieBookcast: Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak This is a brilliant little book about the challenges of helping children handle anger, but also just a beautiful little book that doesn't have to be about that. I forever declare, "Let the wild rumpus start!"

worddogs: Brooklyn Public Library reveals its most borrowed book ever to celebrate 125 years

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RusseLucas: Maurice Sendak’s Dance Between Art And Music...

shackett: Young Indiana Jones having an adventure in the Maurice Sendak universe

sillyhead: 30% off Wild Visionary: Maurice Sendak in Queer Jewish Context (might buy myself this one)

erinbernard: I told my kids no tv after school but then they asked to watch The Nutcracker so we are watching the one where Maurice Sendak did the sets and costumes. They’re really into it.

brena_hernandez: thinking about the maurice sendak art book i need it so bad

dean_frey: December, from Maurice Sendak's Chicken Soup With Rice, 1962 Merry once merry twice merry chicken soup with rice.

doc_nad: The reissue. Attempted Bloggery: Maurice Sendak's Nutcracker

SurrendrDorothy: Reading Is Fun Maurice Sendak 1979 International Year Of The Child Nursery Poster To Frame

IllusDept: ❝Margot not only revivified the American picture book, but was one of the very few who helped elevate it to an art form.❞ —Maurice Sendak, talking about Margot Zemach Zemach was born on this day, November 30, in 1931.

SurrendrDorothy: Nutcracker Ballet Christmas Celebration Maurice Sendak Vintage Original Children's Nursery Poster To Frame

schoenhtmf: Wild Things Are Happening: The Art of Maurice Sendak HKBWK4M

Linnie51Q: There's a Mystery There: The Primal Vision of Maurice Sendak IUWQPR4

DeveshS99652106: I don't believe in an afterlife but I still fully expect to see my brother again. - Maurice Sendak G.O.A.T STAN X GOLDEN BOYZ

Carson56L: Maurice Sendak's Really Rosie Starring the Nutshell Kids U9VJ8XD

SurrendrDorothy: Reading Is Fun Maurice Sendak 1979 International Year Of The Child Nursery Poster To Frame

SurrendrDorothy: Return To Oz Maurice Sendak Vintage Children's Nursery Poster To Frame

stephiegal: Maurice Sendek, Where the Wild Things Are

reporterdriver: Watching the documentary The Booksellers & seeing many of the rare & antiquarian booksellers who I've met while researching Maurice Sendak (who was an obsessive collector himself)

readingnooks: Then all around from far away across the world he smelled good things to eat. So he gave up being king of where the wild things are. But the wild things cried ”oh please don’t go — we will eat you up — we love you so.” ~ Maurice Sendak, Where the Wild Things Are (illustration)

SurrendrDorothy: Imagination Celebration Maurice Sendak Nursery Poster To Frame

princessekateri: “There should be a place where only the things you want to happen, happen.” ~ Maurice Sendak

princessekateri: “And [he] sailed back over a year and in and out of weeks and through a day and into the night of his very own room where he found his supper waiting for him and it was still hot” ~ Maurice Sendak

AsiyaMiya: Maurice Sendak stands by a life-size scene from Where The Wild Things Are at the Children's Museum of Manhattan in 2002 Photograph: James Keyser/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Image

doc_nad: The Hard Nut. Attempted Bloggery: Maurice Sendak's Nutcracker

AsiyaMiya: "That to me was one of the highest compliments I’ve ever received. He didn’t care that it was an original drawing or anything. He saw it, he loved it, he ate it." - Maurice Sendak, book artist with a response from the ultimate fan on Quotomania ▶️

birdhousebooks: Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present by Charlotte Zolotow 1962 Maurice Sendak | eBay

gleichneroyj: Drawing the Curtain: Maurice Sendak’s Designs for Opera and Ballet HXWPUXN

aesrockbot: With wild things that make Maurice Sendak question his early works

mitsene: not only was this part of my childhood, my younger brother went to school with this person's son. also, maurice sendak lived in or near that town too. weirdly illustrative area in northeastern CT

SurrendrDorothy: Nutcracker Ballet Christmas Celebration Maurice Sendak Vintage Original Children's Nursery Poster To Frame

ArchivesFnBooks: Headline item of our Christmas Catalogue, *King of the Wild Things*.

ComicMangasD: Maurice Sendak fine art prints (SET OF 4) Where The Wild Things Are - CALDECOTT

shabbyshopgirls: The Wild Rumpus Card Game - 1999 Where the Wild Things are by Maurice Sendak - Briarpatch - Complete Full Deck - Family Kids Game Night

shabbyshopgirls: The Wild Rumpus Card Game - 1999 Where the Wild Things are by Maurice Sendak - Briarpatch - Complete Full Deck - Family Kids Game Night

shabbyshopgirls: The Wild Rumpus Card Game - 1999 Where the Wild Things are by Maurice Sendak - Briarpatch - Complete Full Deck - Family Kids Game Night

shabbyshopgirls: The Wild Rumpus Card Game - 1999 Where the Wild Things are by Maurice Sendak - Briarpatch - Complete Full Deck - Family Kids Game Night

shabbyshopgirls: The Wild Rumpus Card Game - 1999 Where the Wild Things are by Maurice Sendak - Briarpatch - Complete Full Deck - Family Kids Game Night

tanner27r: Who Was Maurice Sendak? (Who Was?) HWVFJMC

DelaneyLJordan: my mom has texted me to correct me that i was NINE when i was in an OPERA with anjali bhimani. thank you mom. also reminded me that maurice sendak worked on that production which in fairness, for a nine year old, that is THE biggest get

mickeyshy12: Oh wow, images of Mickey Drew by Maurice Sendak.

obdurateorestes: I think often of the fact that Maurice Sendak was, specifically, really passionate about Mozart. I'm not sure why this tidbit so intrigues me.

alibris: Brooklyn Public Library reveals its most borrowed book ever to celebrate 125 years

Josiane56S: Maurice Sendak's Really Rosie Starring the Nutshell Kids 3UUNE9N

PanMacmillanSA: Do you think you could guess what the most borrowed book from a Brooklyn library in New York? The library celebrated 125 years and to mark the milestone they released the answer:

1014Want: Brooklyn Public Library reveals its most borrowed book of all time

SurrendrDorothy: Reading Is Fun Maurice Sendak 1979 International Year Of The Child Nursery Poster To Frame

lemke65zrd: Wild Visionary: Maurice Sendak in Queer Jewish Context (Stanford Studies in Jewish History and Culture) 3HAVBCJ

UnionLibraryNJ: Where the Wild Things Are is a classic children's book that transcends generations &cultures. The book was written by Maurice Sendak in 1963 &made into a feature film in 2009 as a collaboration between Dave Eggers &Spike Jonze. The Library has both items available for borrowing

rfdzw: Book title: The Big Green Book Date: 1962 Written by British poet and novelist: Robert Graves Illustrated by: Maurice Sendak

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fairliehope: “There should be a place where only the things you want to happen, happen” ― Maurice Sendak, Where the Wild Things Are

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franEgrin: I think about this Maurice Sendak quote everyday: live your life, live your life, live your life

aliendreams4: We will never produce another Shel Silverstein or Maurice Sendak.

SurrendrDorothy: Mozart's Magic Flute Maurice Sendak Houston Grand Opera Children's Nursery Poster To Frame

SCPublicRadio: "The institution has been sharing its 125 most checked-out books throughout its history to celebrate 125 years of service to the Brooklyn community in New York City."

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Sara_Laffs: Hug your local library ♥️ Brooklyn Public Library reveals its most borrowed book ever to celebrate 125 years

SurrendrDorothy: Really Rosie Maurice Sendak Original Children's Nursery Poster To Frame

Jmar116: Brooklyn Public Library reveals its most borrowed book ever to celebrate 125 years

ElliottBlackwe3: You can also find me on Instagram. The link is in my bio. (art by Maurice Sendak)

OshunEbony: Brooklyn Public Library reveals its most borrowed book ever to celebrate 125 years

YulREspinosa: My mom got me involved with comics at a young age. She bought a stack of comics and I never looked back. Later on I was looking at children books. ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ by Maurice Sendak is still my favorite. The artwork in childrens books and comics inspired me to study.

abul_bakir: I don't believe in an afterlife but I still fully expect to see my brother again. - Maurice Sendak YAARON KA YAAR STAN

clocareywriter: Maurice Sendak on Art and Art-Making

UnixFortuneBot: There must be more to life than having everything. -- Maurice Sendak

Palaeosinensis: I am getting some absolutely wonderful honest comments that have the same power as the Maurice Sendak fan kid who ate his hero's letter to straight up poetry. That I have totally screencapped and am going to hoard like a little dragon and treasure always.

angsuman: Still Hot: Maurice Sendak’s ageless imagination

ErikaLynneJones: What a neat thing for a library to track!

lindvmlo: There's a Mystery There: The Primal Vision of Maurice Sendak 4GAJ2OM

heisers: Brooklyn Public Library reveals its most borrowed book of all time : Where the Wild Things Are

springshare: The Brooklyn Public Library is celebrating its 125th birthday by revealing it's most checked-out titles. As it turns out, Where the Wild Things Are is its most borrowed book - we're not at all surprised!

SaveYouClicks: Iconic New York library unveils the most borrowed book in its 125-year-old history | Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.

SaveYouClicks: Iconic New York library unveils the most borrowed book in its 125-year-old history | "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak. The Brooklyn Public Library has 145 physical copies and 5 audio copies.

SurrendrDorothy: Wild Thing Hanukkah Christmas Celebration Maurice Sendak Original Children's Nursery Poster To Frame

LeavenworthPL: Yesterday we celebrated our 120th birthday with cake and punch. Meanwhile, the Brooklyn Public Library is "going wild" with their 125th:

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