4 lessons on writing (and life) from Maurice Sendak
The beloved author of children’s books (such as ‘Where The Wild Things Are’) died Tuesday. Let his life—and his life’s work—inspire you.
If Dr. Seuss is like a whimsical father, Maurice Sendak is the even more eccentric uncle. The beloved and award-winning writer and illustrator—author of “Where The Wild Things Are”—died Tuesday morning at age 83. This evening, countless parents who grew up with Sendak’s words and illustrations will pay tribute to the artist by pulling “Wild Things” off the shelf to read to their children. In the meantime, Sendak’s life and his life’s work offer important l read more...
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