Maurice Sendak is known as an internationally renowned prize-winning children’s book author and illustrator but he also has a message for adults too.
When children read his most famous book, “Where The Wild Things Are,” they run around and play as if they are monsters, just like the ones in Sendak’s book. Spontaneously and instantly, children enter Sendak’s world with love and abandon.
Adults may want to join the children in their play but their “adultness” sometimes holds them back. “Oh, that’s a child’s book” or “I can’t play like that” or “I shouldn’t play like that” are some of … Read More