>. . . well, I don’t know what to think of the new Spike Jonze movie but luckily Claire does and she tells you here.
>The Horn Book offices will be closed this afternoon as the staff is making a field trip to see Where the Wild Things Are.
In July 2003, Horn Book Editor Sutton talked with the artist in his Connecticut home in a conversation that covered life and death, ego and excavation, dreams and nightmares, Melville and Homer, and . . . plankton. ROGER SUTTON: Last night on that show “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” one of the makeover experts […]
A second look at Where the Wild Things Are? Forty years after Maurice Sendak’s early mid-career masterpiece first appeared on the fall 1963 Harper list, the suggestion still feels premature. Turning to the book now, the most striking thing about it remains its undatable, fresh-as-paint immediacy. However familiar the Sendak images have long since become, […]