Children’s poetry has always been important in the development of young minds. Especially the poems of Shel Silverstein.
On this day in 1963, the classic children’s story Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak was published, and it’s still beloved by children and adults everywhere. So, what has made this wild tale so cherished over the years? Where The Wild Things Are tells the story of Max, an imaginative young boy dressed in a wolf suit who has been sent to bed without supper after misbehaving all day. When he falls asleep, his room transforms into a whimsical land of wild things. The wild things try to frighten and intimidate Max, but when they see …
Gobble gobble – it’s Thanksgiving! Celebrate the holiday by reading this book with your friends, family, or even by yourself just to bring a smile to your face.
On the 32nd anniversary of the beloved ‘Matilda’ I chose to celebrate by writing an open letter to the writer, Roald Dahl, which I now invite you all to read.