Where the Wild Things Are

Like your wildest imaginings come to life. Monstrous, magical, full of glorious rumpus. A dream world you won’t want to come home from. When Max makes mischief wearing his wolf suit, he is sent to bed without any supper. But then a forest sprouts in his bedroom, and he sails to the land of rumpus where the Wild Things are. Join the beasts and monsters as they dance in moonlit jungles, waving their claws and tails. Can Max avoid being eaten and become King of the Wild Things? If you love The Gruffalo, meet the original picture book monsters.

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    Maurice Sendak has won many awards, including the 1964 Caldecott Medal for Where the Wild Things Are. His contribution to children’s literature has also been recognised with the Hans Christian Andersen and Astrid Lindgren Memorial Awards.

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