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My four-year-old enjoyed the illustrations, hence two stars instead of one, but the violent subject matter (especially the ham line) hurt my eight-year-old's feelings so much that... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Penny Thoughtful
What's not to love? I've loved Maurice Sendak's books since I was a child. Maybe I'm still a child at heart because I still love his books. His drawings are incredible.Published 4 months ago by mwest
This was a Christmas gift for a little one in the family. We didn't get a chance to read it while here, but it is being read at home. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Patricia J Toland
I like this book a lot. And my kid Freddy (3 years old) loves the pictures inside and kept asking me WHAT IS THAT WHAT IS THAT and we read the stories. But M.S. Read morePublished 11 months ago by lakeso
a book full of emotion that some what matched certain part of my childhood.
Life has highs and lows but what heppens at childhood stays for a long time.
Lesser Sendak. After you've read the great Sendak, try Neil Gaiman's The Day I Traded My Dad for Two Goldfish.Published 13 months ago by Frederick Norwood
What's not to like? It's Maurice Sendak. The art is great. The story good. My grandson's liked "Where the Wild things are." they like this tooPublished 17 months ago by J. J. Bain
not a book that current 2nd graders would choose read once and put away on the shelf price was fair enoughPublished 20 months ago by mary martha ryan