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Maurice Sendak, James Earl Jones - Where The Wild Things Are Album

Maurice Sendak, James Earl Jones - Where The Wild Things Are Album Performer: Maurice Sendak, James Earl Jones
Album: Where The Wild Things Are
Country: US
Released: 1998
Style: Audiobook
Label: Bell Atlantic
Genre: Audio Files / For children
Size FLAC: 1113 mb.
Size MP3: 2235 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 650
Record Source: Cassette, Album




Tracklist


1Where The Wild Things Are
2Where The Wild Things Are


Credits


  • Illustration [Pictures]Maurice Sendak
  • NarratorJames Earl Jones
  • Written-By [Story]Maurice Sendak


Notes


Copyright © 1998 by Maurice Sendak
Copyright © 1998 by Bell Atlantic
Illustration copyright © 1997 by Maurice Sendak
Text copyright © 1963 by Maurice Sendak


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – Maurice Sendak
  • Copyright (c) – Bell Atlantic


Album


Where the Wild Things Are is a 1963 children's picture book by American writer and illustrator Maurice Sendak, originally published by Harper & Row. The book has been adapted into other media several times, including an animated short in 1973 with an updated version in 1988 a 1980 opera and a live-action 2009 feature-film adaptation, directed by Spike Jonze. The book had sold over 19 million copies worldwide as of 2009, with 10 million of those being in the United States. Wild Things App Video GET APP: 333221067&mt 8 Academy Award nominated director Spike Jonze collaborates with celebrated author Maurice Sendak to bring you one of the most beloved books of all time, Where the Wild Things Are, to the big screen. Now Warner Bros. invites you to escape to where the Wild Things are on the iPhone and iPod touch. Meet and play with Carol and explore the forest to discover additional content from the film. Where the Wild Things Are. Watch and listen to Mr. Zetterberg narrate this classic children's story by Maurice Sendak. The Album more about Where the Wild Things Are. However, others praised the work for dealing with childhood anger, noting that it explains the purpose of time-outs, assists children with anger management, and teaches them to channel their tempers creatively. It also shows young readers that even if they sometimes want to be wild things, a home with loving discipline is the best place to be. Maurice SendakMaurice Sendak. Armen Kachaturian-SAGALandov. Apple is going Where the Wild Things Are. The tech giant has struck a deal with the foundation overseeing author Maurice Sendak's work to develop kids' series and specials based on his stories. The multi-year deal is the first of its kind for Apple, which will develop the projects for its TV streaming platform. Through the deal, Apple and The Maurice Sendak Foundation will reimagine new childrens series and specials based on the author's books and illustrations. In addition to his most famous work, Where the Wild Things Are, Sendak's books include In the Night Kitchen, Ou. The wild things-with their mismatched parts and giant eyes-manage somehow to be scary-looking without ever really being scary at times they're downright hilarious. He received the 1964 Caldecott Medal for Where the Wild Things Are and is the creator of such classics as In the Night Kitchen, Outside Over There, Higglety Pigglety Pop, and Nutshell Library. Sendak hated them. Spike Jones has directed a movie 2009 adapted from book, but it's different, and you won't get the book taste. Read more. 9 people found this helpful. Featured Charts Videos Shop. Where The Wild Things Are. Maurice Sendak. The wild things roared their terrible roars and gnashed their terrible teeth and rolled their terrible eyes and showed their terrible claws but Max stepped into his private boat and waved good-bye. and sailed back over a year and in and out of weeks and through a day. and into the night of his very own room where he found his supper waiting for him. Where the Wild Things Are is a theatrical adaptation of Maurice Sendak's classic children's book of the same name. Jim Henson's Creature Shop provided the giant creatures featured in the film. The film was released on October 16, 2009 by Warner Bros. Producers included Tom Hanks and Maurice Sendak. The film follows the imaginary adventures of a young boy named Max Max Records, who is angry when his mother Connie Catherine Keener invites her boyfriend Mark Ruffalo over. After one mischievous. I brandish a copy of Where The Wild Things Are from behind my back. Don't you already have that Nuh-uh. The German translation of Where the Wild Things Are therefore has a nostalgic hold on me that the Maurice Sendak's original text, no matter how ingenious, not matter that it is the master, the primordial, will simply never have and for me, the ultimate version of this book will always, always be the German translation, Wo Die Wilden Kerle . The screen adaptation of Maurice Sendak's 1963 morality tale has sparked a debate about the merits of frightening our children. When Jess Hyde picked a copy of Where the Wild Things Are from the bedroom shelf last week, her seven-year-old son, Arthur, pointed to it and said: That gives me nightmares. He had never mentioned it before, says the mother of three from Frome, Somerset. But it is a tricky one because the monsters are quite scary. They are not friendly pictures. It is something about the colour they are brown and grey and not very endearing