Where the Wild Things Are 

Where's Waldo Website

Where's Waldo has a website. Credit: whereswaldo.com
Remember the "Where's Waldo" books, where you had to spot the bespectacled fellow amid a busy, colorful scene?
Well, the red and white-capped dude is back, this time with a...
Waldo is taking his hiding game online with a new website.

Reviews: What's New This Week

Here is a look at what's new this week in family entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. Click on the links to read the reviews in full. In Theaters Now: Alice in Wonderland An intense 3-D adventure, "Alice in...

Maurice Sendak Revealed

Author Maurice Sendak has become somewhat of a household name these days. Starting with the 2006 announcement that his beloved children's book, "Where the Wild Things Are," was to be made into a feature film, there has been much talk about the movie...

Reviews: What's New This Week

Here is a look at what's new this week in family entertainment as adapted from reviews and ratings by Common Sense Media. Click on the links to read the reviews in full. In Theaters Now: Where the Wild Things Are The highly-anticipated big screen...

Maurice Sendak turns 80, doesn't think he's so great

Where the Wild Things Are, In the Night Kitchen, The Little Bear series -- are these the work of a "mere illustrator"? I asked my kids and they said absolutely not -- they are the work of a great artist. If you ask the man himself, Maurice Sendak,...

Spike Jonze's where the wild things are

As you may have heard, movie maverick Spike Jonze is making a movie of Maurice Sendak's beloved children's classic Where the Wild Things Are. If you've seen any of Spike's work, such as Being John Malkovich, Adaptation or his video for the Beastie...

Goodnight nobody?

Have you ever read the story "Goodnight Moon" by Margaret Wise Brown? Most of you are probably quite familiar with this bedtime tale, as it is more than 60 years old at this point. It wasn't until I became pregnant and was given a copy at a baby...

Maurice Sendak doesn't want to be branded as a monster author

Maurice Sendak, most famous for his children's book "Where the Wild Things Are" says he does not want to be stereotyped for writing only of monsters and things that go bump in the night. "Monsters just appeal to me but you get stuck with this and...

Animal Tales stamps available in the U.S., but no Paddington Bear

I was loving the Royal Mail's Animal Tales stamp series so much, I joked that I wanted to move to London. Well, thanks to Suburban Misfit for pointing out that I only have to move my behind to my nearest post office. Sadly, though, no Paddington...

Where the Wild Things Are to be a movie

One of my family's favorite books is 'Where the Wild Things Are' so I was happy to hear rumblings of a movie project over at our sister blog, Cinematical. I guess the idea has been in development hell for years but now Warner Brothers has acquired...

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