Where the Wild Things Are

Where the Wild Things Are

by Maurice Sendak
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Hardcover(25th Anniversary Edition)

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Where the Wild Things Are 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 274 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My brothers and I all loved this book as kids. It is one of the classic books you remember reading when you were little. A story that touches you more with age.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful reread. The illustrations are vivid and imaginative. Agreat bedtime story.
LuckyShamrock More than 1 year ago
Growing up this book was one of my favorites! Now that I have 2 daughters of my own, I had to buy it! So many thoughts come rushing through my mind when I read this to them. I feel like a child again and the lesson of behaving stays in my mind. Now that they have made a movie, I had to show my girls where it all started. I love the illustrations and the story line! I love this book and I recommend it to everyone with their inner child still left in them!
bka More than 1 year ago
I was so excited to hear there was a Wild things movie- I read the book to my grandkids and they love it!
MKEmama More than 1 year ago
I find it extremely fun to read a book I loved as a child to my son. He loves the play with the pages, look at the pictures, and follow along with the book. It's a classic. It will never go out of style. It's something every child should have on their book shelf.
kevinharvick29 More than 1 year ago
Wonderful book for sharing with all kids.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Where the Wild Things Are" A book review by: Tilburg Winnington lll "Where the Wild Things Are" was a book intended for young readers, but instead turned into a must have for all ages. This amazing, exciting, and at sometimes quite frightening book brought out the joyful child within us all. "Where the Wild Things Are" isn't just another book it's a book that had meaning and a great theme to learn from. This outstanding book is about a young boy that imagines he has sailed out into the sea and finds some different friends in a other worldly island. Here he is made king of the wild things and can cause as much mischief as he wishes. Soon he grows tired of being free willed and wishes he was he was back home with his mom. I personally give "Where the Wild Things Are" four out of five stars and highly recommend it for any and all ages. I am positive you will want to read this book again and again
Hooty-Hoo More than 1 year ago
I used to read this book to my son - so frequently, I think I can still quote it all by heart. The drawings are wonderful. This book is fun to read, and I've never known a kid that didn't like it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I remember walking to the library everyday after school. It was a late, bitter cold and rainy afternoon. I normally sat in the Children's Section of the library, because i enjoyed reading the books. Even though I was in like the 3rd or 4th grade, it still didn't matter to me if those books were not in my level. So anyway, I normally pulled out stacks of books, carried them to my own spot and started reading to pass the time. That's when I discovered this book. I was totally engaged with the book. The illustrations were amazing and eye catching. Everything was so cute and it was like you were reading a child's diary! After I was done reading it, I decided I wanted this book. I pondered over the idea and decided to read it over and over again. I never thought I could love a picture book so much! I can't wait to pass this book down to my own children some day!
Rhino89 More than 1 year ago
I'm a 20-year-old college student and somehow I never read this book growing up. A friend of mine bought it for me to help "make up for my lost childhood" and I absolutely loved it from the first page. The illustrations are beautiful and the story is really great. I can't wait to read this to my kids when I'm older. It's an absolutely wonderful addition to my collection.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story, illustrations & themes are WONDERFUL! A must for any juvenile (or adult) library.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have loved this book since I was a little girl. Now, I get to share it with my kids. They all love the wonderful "wild rumpus!" I also recommend Runny Babbit and Pumpkin Guts. All of these books are great for sharing and they have wonderful pictures.
Snooky More than 1 year ago
Absolutely wonderful book to read to children. My sons still talk about how much they loved this book when they were growing up.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like this book! I think it is a good story and one that all kids can relate to wanting to do. I have always enjoyed this book and can't wait for the movie to come out in October!!!
serviceKP More than 1 year ago
No wonder this book is still so popular. Sometimes I add the little stuffed character animals near it as I think that toys related to favorite stories can help charge a childs imagination to invent their own. The illustrations really bring out the story here, as a compliment to the amusing tale taking the readers from the ordinary home and oridinary family trouble to the wild and back.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. When I am a parent, I want to read this book to my children. It teaches kids how to use their imaginations. Overall, it is just a fun book to read. I would recommend this book to all.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Where the Wild Things Are is a book that easily grows on you. I have often had a problem of getting bored of a book after reading it over and over again to my siblings and campers. However, with this book, I found I never tired of reading it and enjoyed it just as much as the children. Maurice Sendak has a great ability to entertain children through the adventurous story and fun drawings but also relate to adults through the underlying themes. These themes include self- control and using one’s imagination which can help both ages learn valuable lessons. I was able to use it as a lesson for large groups of campers in which we read the book and then went out and collected things from nature to make their own “wild things.” It was a great lesson to see them use their imagination and really enjoy it. It was a great experience for all of us and all thanks to this book.
Ronald_Savage More than 1 year ago
Wow, I remember this book when I was a kid, It was a little scary but It is my #1 classic book as a kid. I think every kid should grow up knowing this book. I am 49 years old now and I have never forgotten this book. :)
GmaAL More than 1 year ago
No way this classic will ever go out of style. It is timeless!
oldman66 More than 1 year ago
This book is a wonderful way to introduce the new reader to his very own first real book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Classic read. Faintly remember this but liked it. The pictures and cover were good.. Story too.
sabine_strohem More than 1 year ago
Wonderful book, great service. Arrived quickly and in excellent condition.
psycheKK More than 1 year ago
"Where The Wild Things Are" inspires more of a love/hate relationship with children (and adults) than pretty much any other children's book I know of. Either you loved it as a kid because of the bedroom changing into a forest, and Max taming the wild things to become their king, and Max's dinner still being hot when he returned from his adventure; or you just never got past the scary wild things and hated the book. Obviously, I loved it, and perhaps because my son has had a great big dog's face in his face pretty much since the day he came home from the hospital, the wild things do not scare him at all. In fact, he thinks they are funny. Once, when I entertained art ambitions, I thought it would be great to apprentice with Maurice Sendak, especially when I saw his ballet sets. Sigh, those days are past, but I still love slipping into his world and this book is my passport.