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NCLC remembers Maurice Sendak | NE Children's Lit Collection

A Hole Is To Dig . Before the highly original Wild Things , Sendak illustrated a range of delightful books : A Hole Is To Dig and Open House For Butterflies with Judith Krause .

Hector Protector and As I Went Over the Water by Maurice Sendak

Hector Protector and As I Went Over the Water: Two Nursery Rhymes with Pictures - written & illustrated by Maurice Sendak

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Maurice Sendak poster

Vacation Readers Have More Fun Than Anyone - Maurice Sendak’s Little-Known and Lovely Posters Celebrating Books and the Joy of Reading

I'll Be You and You Be Me - written by Ruth Krauss, illustrated by Maurice Sendak (1954)

Jeff and Cynthia explore [illistration from I'll Be You and You Be Me - written by Ruth Krauss, illustrated by Maurice Sendak

The Birthplace of American Literature, part of a gorgeous 1933 map titled "The Booklovers Map of America Showing Certain Landmarks of Literary Geography."

A Booklover’s Map of Literary Geography circa 1933

The Booklovers Map of America. Certain Landmarks of Literary Geography: by pictorial cartographer Paul M. Paine in the map zooms in on the biggest literary cities and places “The Birthplace of American Literature” squarely in the Boston/Cambridge area.

Maurice Sendak "The Animal Family"

The Animal Family - written by Randall Jarrell, illustrated by Maurice Sendak

Alligators All Around   Maurice Sendak ~ Harper & Row, 1962

Alligators All Around Maurice Sendak ~ Harper & Row, 1962 So many wonderful things all around the web have been said about Mr. Sendak in.

The Most Wild Thing of All: Maurice Sendak, 1928-2012  Philip Nel's Blog-Nine Kinds of Pie

'Where the Wild Things Are' author Sendak dies at 83

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