Maurice Sendak «Very Far Away»

Very Far Away by Maurice Sendak “So I’ll go away,” thought Martin. “Somewhere even very far away where somebody will answer my questions.” And he packed his bag. Then he put on a cowboy suit and a false mustache—so no on would recognize him—

"I think I'll grow up to be a..." from Ruth Krauss' "I'll Be You and You'll Be Me," illustrated by Maurice Sendak | Brain Pickings

I’ll Be You and You Be Me: A Vintage Ode to Friendship and the Imagination, Illustrated by Young Maurice Sendak

I’ll Be You and You Be Me: A Vintage Ode to Friendship and the Imagination, Illustrated by Young Maurice Sendak – Brain Pickings

¤ Maurice Sendak, Kenny's Window, Harper Collins Publishers, New York, 1956

Kenny Maurice Sendak, Kenny's Window, Harper Collins Publishers, New York, 1956

What Do You Say, Dear? What Do You Say, Dear? by Sesyle Joslin and illustrated by Maurice Sendak. First published in 1960.

1959 Caldecott Honor - What Do You Say, Dear? by Sesyle Joslin, Maurice Sendak (Illustrator)

El osito by  Else Holmelund Minarik  and Maurice Sendak

Osito. Else Holmelund Minarik y Maurice Sendak

El osito by Else Holmelund Minarik and Maurice Sendak

Maurice Sendak’s Rare Velveteen Rabbit Illustrations circa 1960 | Brain Pickings

Maurice Sendak’s Rare Velveteen Rabbit Illustrations circa 1960

Childcraft: The How and Why Library (Volume 1) - Poems and Rhymes. Published by World Book / Childcraft International in 1979. Illustration by Maurice Sendak.

Maurice Sendak, Susan Perl, Roger Duvoisin, Alice Martin Provensen, Charley Harper and

Maurice Sendak’s Rare Velveteen Rabbit Illustrations circa 1960 – Brain Pickings

Maurice Sendak’s Rare Velveteen Rabbit Illustrations circa 1960

Charming, obscure duotone illustrations bring Sendak's signature style of simple whimsy to one of the most beloved children's stories of all time.

A Hole Is To Dig. Ruth Krauss and Maurice Sendak. Geniussssses both.

A Hole Is To Dig by Ruth Krauss and Maurice Sendak. Ruth Krauss was part of the Bank Street Writer's Lab. What would happen if preK teachers formed storytelling/story acting labs?

Very Far Away by Maurice Sendak

Very Far Away by Maurice Sendak Then the cat said to Martin, “You ask so many questions, I can’t hear myself sing.” “Then stop singing,” said Martin. “And just answer my questions.” “Stop talking,”.

NCLC remembers Maurice Sendak | NE Children's Lit Collection

Before the highly original Wild Things , Sendak illustrated a range of delightful books : A Hole Is To Dig and Open House For Butterflies with Judith Krause .

I'll Be You and You Be Me - written by Ruth Krauss, illustrated by Maurice Sendak (1954)

I'll Be You and You Be Me - written by Ruth Krauss, illustrated by Maurice Sendak I pored over this book when I was a child!

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