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Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
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Dec 06, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: picture-book, primary, read-aloud, wide-reading-project, disobedience, rebellion, friendship

Max is told to go to bed after misbehaving and his bedroom turns into a forest. He sails away to a foreign land where he becomes the king of strange animals. He then returns home to eat. The story causes its audience to use their imagination. As part of Ravinia, my classroom along with several other classrooms retold and reenacted the story through a musical performance. The kids and audience absolutely loved it. This is a story that once told, it will not be forgotten.

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