nprfreshair:

Today: Maurice Sendak*
*Where The Wild Things Are, In The Night Kitchen, CHICKEN SOUP WITH RICE!!

This book was always one of my favorites as a child, but it wasn’t until I bought it for my child that I realized how weird it was. And, I still know almost all the songs in Really Rosie by heart.

nprfreshair:

Today: Maurice Sendak*

*Where The Wild Things Are, In The Night Kitchen, CHICKEN SOUP WITH RICE!!

This book was always one of my favorites as a child, but it wasn’t until I bought it for my child that I realized how weird it was. And, I still know almost all the songs in Really Rosie by heart.

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    Current status.
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    omghe’sgonnahatemein5yearsofmaybeevennowbut OMG MY BABY BROTHERRRRR!!!!
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    I listened to this interview today, and he nearly made me tear up. I love him! Everyone should take a listen.
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    reminds me of someone’s baby picture ;)
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    My little Maurice Sendak box set was a cherished item for so many years. The pages are falling out of Chicken Soup With...
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    Me too! Did you listen to the interview? It is really beautiful. I cried!
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    "In the Night Kitchen" was one of my favorite books as a little kid. Milk! Milk! Milk for the morning cake!
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    OH! Ho!
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