Wild Things Author Sendak Dies

Maurice Sendak, the US author of the best-selling children's book Where the Wild Things Are, dies aged 83.

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    City Manager Matt Greeson quoted Maurice Sendak, author of Where the Wild Things Are. "Let the wild rumpus start!" he said.
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    A row has broken out over a stunning collection of rare books that Maurice Sendak, the author of Where the Wild Things Are, left when he died
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  • Sendak Museum, Archive Planned In Ridgefield [The Hartford Courant] - BusinessWeek
    Dec. 15--Well-loved children's author Maurice Sendak lives on through his books and soon his life ... Sendak -- best known for "Where the Wild ...
    12/14/2014 - 8:04 am | View Link
  • Sendak Museum, Archive Planned In Ridgefield - Hartford Courant
    Well-loved children's author Maurice Sendak lives on through his books and soon his life and work ... Sendak — best known for "Where the Wild ...
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    Well-loved children's author Maurice Sendak lives on through his books and soon his life and work could be acknowledged in the town where he lived for 40 years.
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  • Museum sues Sendak estate
    Books written by several authors, artwork created by Maurice Sendak, an auction, and unknown plans about a museum in Ridgefield are driving a lawsuit from the Rosenbach of the Free Library of Philadelphia against the late author’s estate.
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  • Debate heats up over estate for beloved author of Where the Wild Things Are
    And for the last two years, she has applied that kind of vigilance in far more extensive — and sometimes disputed — ways to oversee the legacy, private collection and rarely viewed home of Sendak, the author of Where the Wild Things Are, a man widely ...
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  • Wild Things author Maurice Sendak dies at 83
    Maurice Sendak, the US author of the best-selling children's book Where the Wild Things Are, has died aged 83. His long-time editor, Michael di Capua, told The New York Times the author died in Danbury, Connecticut, after complications from a recent stroke.
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  • 'Wild Things' author Maurice Sendak dies
    In the world of children's picture books, where cute and cuddly know few limits, Maurice Sendak was neither. Sendak, the author and illustrator best known for his 1963 classic, Where the Wild Things Are, died Tuesday at 83 in Danbury, Conn., after ...
    05/8/2012 - 2:07 pm | View Link
  • 'Where the Wild Things Are' author Sendak wrote to 'communicate profound truths'
    Los Angeles — Iconic author and illustrator Maurice Sendak, who died Tuesday morning, never had children. But he understood the power of the parent-child bond, and the relationships that avid readers young and old had with his book were as intimate and ...
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  • Maurice Sendak, Author of ‘Where the Wild Things Are,’ Dead at 83
    Maurice Sendak, author of the beloved children’s book, “Where the Wild Things Are,” has died. He was 83. Sendak’s longtime editor told the New York Times that Sendak died of complications from a stroke. The Brooklyn-born author had already written ...
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