Few stories have captured the imagination of readers as much as Where the Wild Things Are. Written and illustrated by Maurice Sendak, this story has been read to children for over 50 years.
This is not just a classic children’s book; it has become an integral part of American culture that continues to have meaning for adults today. Join us on our journey through what makes this story so great! Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a teen drama that airs on The WB and stars Sarah Michelle Gellar as Buffy Summers.
This show follows Buffy’s life in high school, where she balances her duties as a vampire slayer with teenage angst. She must also contend with her friends at school, who are not aware of what she does when they’re not around to see it happen. It’s complicated being an average teenager these days! Where the Wild Things Are was written by Maurice Sendak in 1963 for his then-friend Eugene Gosho’s son Max (who was five years old). He wanted to tell him about how sometimes even little kids can be very sad or angry inside their minds because adults forget that children.