Category Archives: Maurice Sendak

Storytellers: Who Do You love?

What author is earliest in your memory? Depending on your generation, it could be anyone from Dickens to Milne, Seuss to Sendak. For me, it’s Kipling. My father used to read aloud to us at the table every Sunday night … Continue reading

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Good-night, Little Bear

Maurice Sendak died this week.  Everyone remembers him for the books he wrote, Where the Wild Things Are, and The Night Kitchen, but I never read those books.   I grew up reading the books he illustrated; namely the Little Bearbooks, … Continue reading

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