Thursday, April 30, 2009


Brilliant! Something to look forward to this fall. The celebrated children's picture book 'Where the Wild Things Are' by Maurice Sendak is a classic tale about a boy named Max who is sent to his room after making mischief, and shortly after drifts into an imaginary world full of mythical creatures known as The Wild Things. A simple yet effective analysis of anger, Sendak's tale is regarded as classic American children's literature...rightly so. After viewing this clip a sudden feeling of nostalgia rolled over me, followed by a yearning to be a kid again, free from bills, politics, and the weight of a world which is far more complex than we are led to believe as children. A definite must see. -Mr.-

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