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Fri Mar 21 17:15:20 2014 UTClccn-n800156940.01Maurice Sendak /0.080.56Fantasy sketches96213928Maurice_Sendakn 80015694398143Maurice Bernard SendakSendak, M.Sendak-Manz-Udry, ... 1928-2012Sendak, Maurice Bernard.Sendak, Maurice Bernard 1928-2012Sendak, Maurice Bernard 1928-2012 Wirklicher NameSendaḳ, MorisSendak, Moris 1928-2012Sendakku, Mōrisu, 1928-2012Sīndāk, Mūrīs, 1928-2012センダーク, モーリスセンダック, M.センダック, モーリスモ-りス.センダックモ-リス.センダックlccn-n50041762Minarik, Else Holmelundantscectbcrelccn-n80051838Harper & Row, Publisherspbldstprtlccn-n50041511Harper & Brotherspbllccn-n50040406De Jong, Meindert1906-1991lccn-n50044025Krauss, Ruthlccn-n78095679Grimm, Wilhelm1786-1859crelccn-n79076730Jarrell, Randall1914-1965trlfast-1000483Little Bear (Fictitious character : Minarik)lccn-n79060708Manheim, Ralph1907-1992othtrllccn-n50001380Nelvana (Firm)proSendak, MauriceFictionJuvenile worksDramaPicture booksPoetryLegendsFilm and video adaptationsChristmas storiesCriticism, interpretation, etcFairy talesBearsSendak, MauriceFantasyMothers and sonsMonstersFairy talesAnimalsFriendshipHumorous storiesUnited StatesTemper tantrumsImaginationGiftsChristmas storiesDollsBrothers and sistersWar storiesFamiliesConduct of lifeImagination in childrenMothers and daughtersIllustratorsDreamsMagicChildren's storiesKings and rulersNutcrackers (Implements)Children--Conduct of lifeFantasy fictionPiggle-Wiggle, Mrs. (Fictitious character)GoblinsSistersMonthsRabbitsKidnappingDepression, MentalDetermination (Personality trait)InfantsHorn (Musical instrument)BakingAlligatorsCakeMilkMermaidsGrandparent and childFolkloreCaldecott MedalChinaLittle Bear (Fictitious character : Minarik)Birthdays192820121944194719481950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201419372715294806[E]PZ7.S47ocn007386582ocn000165825ocn000103953ocn000186936ocn000306408ocn000306245ocn000857015ocn018421706ocn010230845ocn041295524ocn497926953ocn793750995ocn864876352ocn818356693ocn743014347ocn780681126ocn781364114ocn050750686ocn220143188ocn764900162ocn764868850ocn764868866ocn764868889ocn764868923ocn693864580ocn693864581ocn693864582ocn419493206ocn044692706ocn014391501ocn050942505ocn011544032ocn166227548ocn811557824ocn015528049ocn032485354ocn013947194ocn020237341ocn057070414ocn070636646ocn052400207ocn054457834ocn212409132ocn011293256ocn070636646ocn765630648ocn765630680ocn693836951ocn456209585ocn011293256ocn762490984ocn765630680ocn765630648ocn300102805ocn693836951ocn456209585ocn057070414ocn052400207ocn029052494ocn798363296ocn516213856ocn012903156ocn421678179ocn470665380ocn469807451ocn470952895ocn755291096ocn799860848ocn421310596ocn674161964ocn743160717ocn795465412ocn674161826ocn674168443ocn674160959ocn421310587ocn690508470ocn008454794ocn075530395ocn076051703ocn075766826ocn075365782ocn181464454ocn392393662ocn713909709ocn713909719ocn718981108ocn814443949ocn858081366ocn862965717ocn858081399ocn862965755ocn691378128ocn690503801ocn691931723ocn691968732ocn691968734ocn691931727ocn690509085ocn742955077ocn691931678ocn691931673ocn042555802ocn753603717ocn186156954ocn185890600ocn755236799ocn725499145ocn725374667ocn725374680ocn692025939ocn440612847ocn470329365ocn831338198ocn742858295ocn838399833ocn774981380ocn774975695ocn793493167ocn826288781ocn774985126ocn703324285ocn703950435ocn182736465ocn742954379ocn742931619ocn742931318ocn451497511ocn799773971ocn658697692ocn8582204599477163ocn000225496book19630.07Sendak, MauriceWhere the wild things areJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksSound effects booksPicture booksA naughty little boy, sent to bed without his supper, sails to the land of the wild things where he becomes their king+-+4326899155572660ocn000165825book19570.07Minarik, Else HolmelundLittle bearJuvenile worksFictionFollow along on many of Little Bear's adventures in stories such as "Little Bear goes to the moon," "Little Bear and Emily" and others+-+9955999155485861ocn000103953book19700.07Sendak, MauriceIn the night kitchenJuvenile worksFictionPicture booksA little boy's dream-fantasy in which he helps three fat bakers get milk for their cake batter+-+8135899155402339ocn000186936book19610.06Minarik, Else HolmelundLittle Bear's visitJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionLittle Bear enjoys a visit with his grandparents+-+8117975155388233ocn000306408book19680.06Minarik, Else HolmelundA kiss for Little BearJuvenile worksFictionLittle Bear's thank-you kiss from grandmother gets passed on to him by many animals and greatly aids the skunks' romance+-+6347975155377956ocn016503291book19620.07Sendak, MauriceChicken soup with rice; a book of monthsJuvenile worksFictionPoetryA trip through the months with chicken soup and rice!+-+3080075155375867ocn000857015book19590.06Minarik, Else HolmelundFather Bear comes homeJuvenile worksFictionDescribes the adventures of Little Bear in which he goes fishing, has the hiccups, looks for a mermaid, and welcomes Father Bear home from the sea+-+7587975155361526ocn007386582book19620.06Sendak, MauriceOutside over thereJuvenile worksFictionWith Papa off to sea and Mama despondent, Ida must go outside over there to rescue her baby sister from goblins who steal her to be a goblin's bride+-+9870075155359934ocn000306245book19600.06Minarik, Else HolmelundLittle Bear's friendJuvenile worksFictionLegendsLittle Bear meets Emily, a human girl, and her doll. Once again Little Bear proves himself to be as wistful and tender a little creature as exists in the child's library+-+3007975155340539ocn027788146book19620.06Zolotow, CharlotteMr. Rabbit and the lovely presentJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksMr. Rabbit helps a little girl find a colorful present for her mother's birthday+-+1094175155286517ocn000471594book19540.06MacDonald, Betty BardMrs. Piggle-Wiggle's farmJuvenile worksFictionHumorous storiesMrs. Piggle-Wiggle is back with special cures for the not truthful, the pet forgetter, the fraidy-cat, the destructive child, and the child who continually says, "I can't find it."+-+7506599155272314ocn010230845book19840.06Hoffmann, E. T. ANutcrackerJuvenile worksFictionPictorial worksStories, plots, etcChristmas storiesFairy talesSound effects booksPicture booksA little girl receives an enchanted nutcracker from her godfather and after many adventures, the nutcracker becomes a handsome prince+-+K037002605266422ocn000172356book19540.06De Jong, MeindertThe house of sixty fathersHistoryJuvenile worksFictionAlone in a sampan with his pig and three ducklings, a little Chinese boy is whirled down a raging river, back to the town from which he and his parents had escaped the invading Japanese, and spends long and frightening days regaining his family and new home+-+8639675155256529ocn497926953visu20090.07Sendak, MauriceWhere the wild things areJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsFantasy filmsFilm adaptationsAction and adventure filmsMax has an active imagination, who will throw a fit if others don't go along with what he wants. Following an incident with his sister Claire and her friends, Max throws a tantrum when his mother pays more attention to her boyfriend than to him - runs away from home. Wearing his wolf costume at the time, Max not only runs away physically, but runs toward a world in his imagination. This world, an ocean away, is inhabited by large wild beasts, including Carol who has the same temperament as Max. Instead of eating Max like they normally would with creatures of his type, the wild things befriend Max after he proclaims himself a king who can magically solve all their problems+-+5776334696324256325ocn018421706book19880.06Grimm, WilhelmDear Mili : an old taleJuvenile worksFictionLegendsFairy talesIn order to save her daughter from a terrible war, the mother sends her into the forest telling her to return in three days. She meets St. Joseph who cares for her for three days, which in reality is thirty years+-+8712689285246723ocn000190186book19670.07Sendak, MauriceHigglety pigglety pop!, or, There must be more to lifeJuvenile worksFictionPicture booksBored with her luxurious life, Jennie goes out into the world to look for "something more than everything". She learns that the World Mother Goose Theatre needs a leading lady and eventually finds herself the star of the show+-+4675899155245222ocn000301387book19580.06Minarik, Else HolmelundNo fighting, no biting!Juvenile worksFictionSometimes Rosa and Willy behave like the two little alligators in the stories Cousin Joan tells them+-+K065999155235335ocn000179309book19650.07Jarrell, RandallThe animal familyJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionA mermaid, a hunter, a bear and a lynx all live together. One day the bear and lynx find a boy in a rowboat on the beach and bring him home too+-+6954057155232520ocn000173413book19660.07Singer, Isaac BashevisZlateh the goat, and other storiesJuvenile worksFolkloreFictionStories about the inhabitants of the village of Chelm+-+7296599155213921ocn000167696book19520.07Krauss, RuthA hole is to dig : a first book of first definitionsJuvenile worksFictionA book for young children that explains and illustrates simple and easily understood definitions such as a hole is to dig, hands are to hold, and arms are to hug+-+4059875155235914ocn006016547book19800.24Lanes, Selma GThe art of Maurice SendakBiographyA biography of the American illustrator for children exploring his life and work. Includes many samples of his work+-+581534563513701ocn038883898book19980.06Marcus, Leonard SA Caldecott celebration : six artists and their paths to the Caldecott medalJuvenile worksBiographyProfiles six Caldecott award winning books and their authors, including Robert McCloskey's "Make Way for Ducklings," Marcia Brown's "Cinderella," Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are," William Steig's "Sylvester and the Magic Pebble," Chris Van Allsburg's "Jumanji," and David Wiesner's "Tuesday."+-+610132753512295ocn016276303book19880.25Sendak, MauriceCaldecott & Co. : notes on books and picturesCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrationsCollects several autobiographical essays and interviews, as well as Sendak's acceptance speeches for three awards+-+436770928511631ocn795757605book20130.18Sendak, MauriceMy brother's bookJuvenile worksPoetry"Fifty years after Where the Wild Things Are was published comes the last book Maurice Sendak completed before his death in May 2012, My Brother's Book. With influences from Shakespeare and William Blake, Sendak pays homage to his late brother, Jack, whom he credited for his passion for writing and drawing. Pairing Sendak's poignant poetry with his exquisite and dramatic artwork, this book redefines what mature readers expect from Maurice Sendak while continuing the lasting legacy he created over his long, illustrious career. Sendak's tribute to his brother is an expression of both grief and love and will resonate with his lifelong fans who may have read his children's books and will be ecstatic to discover something for them now. Pulitzer Prize-winning literary critic and Shakespearean scholar Stephen Greenblatt contributes a moving foreword--Amazon8563ocn003632751score19750.06King, CaroleMaurice Sendak's Really Rosie : starring the Nutshell KidsMusical settingsScenario and songs featuring Rosie and her neighborhood friends in Brooklyn who spend the day pretending to make a movie+-+K3868991558554ocn024501612book19910.47Sonheim, AmyMaurice SendakHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrationsAuthor and illustrator Maurice Sendak is best known for Where the Wild Things Are, a controversial work when it first appeared that has since become a venerated classic. Sendak has continued to write acclaimed children's books, including Higgelty Piggelty Pop, Juniper, Dear Mili, and In the Night Kitchen, but has also branched out into other artistic endeavors, including opera and film. He is the first American illustrator to win the Hans Christian Andersen Medal. His influence on children's literature has been immense, both in his challenge to the conventionality of so much children's literature, to his introduction of visceral, chaotic imagery evocative of the sometimes scary aspects of children's inner lives. His attention to the total effect of bookmaking has set a new production standard for illustrated children's books. This book considers the full range of Sendak's work, giving special attention to the unity of his artistic achievement, exploring the parallels between the visual "language" of his illustrations and the rhythms and themes of his prose. Sonheim's study is the first to examine the linguistic and artistic structure of Sendak's work from both a literary and visual perspective. All of Sendak's major works are critically analyzed, and the reader will find Sonheim's exploration of the eclectic influences on Sendak's work especially illuminating. This groundbreaking study will interest scholars, teachers, and students of children's literature, as well as those interested in art history and graphic design+-+63712205358365ocn026933466book19930.31Cech, JohnAngels and wild things : the archetypal poetics of Maurice SendakHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrationsAngels and Wild Things examines the unique contribution of Maurice Sendak to the literature of childhood. It is the first comprehensive reading of Sendak's key works that considers the symbolic child who has appeared and developed in Sendak's books and remains at the center of his vision. By fusing biographical, historical, cultural, and literary materials with the insights of depth psychology and archetypal theory, this study traces the evolution of Sendak's work - from its first, bold steps in the 1950s, to its liberating breakthroughs of the 1960s and early 1970s, to the rich complexity of his most recent books. Although touching on many of the works that Sendak has been involved with, John Cech concentrates on those books that Sendak has both written and illustrated - in essence, those works over which he has had complete artistic control. It is in these books that we can see most clearly the poesis of Sendak's art, the alchemy of his creative process that has woven together the remembrances of his own things past, the spirit of his times, the history of children's literature, and Sendak's animating concern with the archetypal figure of the child - a symbol of creative potential, emotional vitality, and spiritual renewal. Angels and Wild Things documents the major role that Sendak has played in helping to develop a literature of fantasy for young children, one that could explore the "inside," the emotional, imaginative terrain of a child's experience+-+54945562753245051ocn008306380book19820.06Powers, BillBehind the scenes of a Broadway musicalJuvenile worksPictorial worksDescribes the Broadway musical production of "Really Rosie" through all stages of preparation from planning and rehearsals to previews and opening night5011ocn028294105book19930.06Berg, JulieMaurice SendakJuvenile worksBiographyPresents the life of the artist known primarily for his award-winning illustrated children's books+-+00774871064433ocn043317506book20000.01Woods, MaeMaurice SendakJuvenile worksBiographyPresents the life of the artist and author known primarily for his award-winning illustrated children's books+-+K7660122063752ocn013498116book19860.27Sendak, MauricePosters by Maurice SendakMaurice Sendak has collected twenty-four of his favorite posters and pictures. What a treat to have a whole portfolio gallery-quality prints3523ocn826123126book20130.07Pascal, Janet BWho was Maurice Sendak?Juvenile worksBiography"It seems entirely fitting that Maurice Sendak was born on the same day that Mickey Mouse first made his cartoon debut--June 10, 1928. Sendak was crazy about cartoons and comic books, and at twelve, after seeing Disney's Fantasia, he decided that he was going to become an illustrator. His love of childrens books began early: often sick and confined to bed, little Maurice read and read and read. Though many of his own stories were light and funny, the most important ones--Where the Wild Things Are, In the Night Kitchen, Outside Over There--dealt with anger, jealousy, abandonment, content that had never before been the subject of picture books. As well as covering career highlights, this easy to read, illustrated biography also describes the personal life of this genius. Who Was Maurice Sendak is perfect for kids wild about one of the most influential children's book artists of the twentieth century!"--2785ocn717298911book20120.06Guillain, CharlotteMaurice SendakJuvenile worksBiographyBiography Pictorial worksPictorial worksProvides a brief overview of the life and career of the author best known for his book "Where the Wild Things Are."2493ocn062281754book20060.06Marcovitz, HalMaurice SendakJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of American children's book author and illustrator Maurice Sendak+-+91423564252471ocn057453284book20050.01Braun, EricMaurice SendakJuvenile worksBiographySimple text and photographs present the life of Maurice Sendak+-+85918318252052ocn051650631visu19880.06Sendak, MauriceWhere the wild things are --and other Maurice Sendak storiesJuvenile worksFictionPoetryInterviewsDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsThe nutshell kids: A group of alligators sing their way through the alphabet, Johnny playfully counts from 1 to 10 and then back again, Pierre flaunts an "I don't care" attitude until an encounter with a lion, and learning the months of the year is fun while eating chicken soup with rice. Where the wild things are: Max sails away to the land of the wild things. In the night kitchen: A little boy dreams of a kitchen at night where bakers bake cakes and bread-dough airplanes fly+-+91147400063241382ocn000314358book19710.53Sendak, MauriceQuestions to an artist who is also an author; a conversation between Maurice Sendak and Virginia HavilandCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsIllustrations1293ocn000133049book19700.56Sendak, MauriceFantasy sketchesExhibition catalogs1291ocn046640923book20020.06Gaines, AnnMaurice SendakJuvenile worksBiographyDescribes the life and career of Maurice Sendak, author and illustrator+-+84250693061002ocn068624122book20060.06Hurtig, JenniferMaurice SendakJuvenile worksBiographyDiscusses the life and work of children's author Maurice Sendak+-+3939185406+-+4326899155+-+4326899155Fri Mar 21 15:50:46 EDT 2014batch99508