Tag Archives: Maurice Sendak

December Reading Recap + Reading Resolutions

These monthly recaps have quickly gotten out of hand! I’ve read so much to catch up lately that I won’t bore you with a huge post. But in case you’re wondering, here’s what I read to finish off 2012: 1. … Continue reading

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May Reading Recap – Part 1

Hiya folks! Welcome to this month’s reading recap. I read some excellent stuff this month. Now that I’m done with school, I have some extra time for reading and I definitely took advantage of it. Because I read more, I … Continue reading

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Friday I’m in Love – May 25, 2012

1. Neil Gaiman posted this incredible comic on his Tumblr recently in tribute to Maurice Sendak. It was created by Maurice and Art Spiegelman (author of┬áMaus) and it pretty much sums up all there is to say about childhood: “Childhood … Continue reading

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RIP Maurice Sendak

I was so saddened to learn this morning that Maurice Sendak has passed away. In a sky full of authors and illustrators, Maurice Sendak would undoubtedly be the north star. His picturebooks changed the face of children’s literature, revealing that … Continue reading

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