Where The Wild Things Are
Primary school nostalgia in three...two...one!
These guys really, really get into it.
"Dr Seuss was an evil genius, bent on traumatising children."
You haven't read that, bro, so don't put it in your dating profile.
I traveled to the Creature Shop for an exclusive look at what's under the fur. Here's what the mentors from Syfy's Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge had to say about their creations.
Let the wild rumpus start!
Been meaning to dress up your Kindle? This post has you covered.
The Google homepage turned into a heartfelt tribute to the late creator of Where the Wild Things Are. Today would have been Sendak's 85th birthday.
Today's a good day to celebrate how important children's books are to kids growing up. What book helped shape you and still sticks with you today?
This is beyond priceless. From today's White House Easter Egg Roll, here's the President, Michelle Obama and Bo reading the Maurice Sendak classic to children.
"Theres a bear strung up, I assume murdered; I don't know, there's a stool." [Ed. note: This has been around before, but it's a slow buzz day and it's fantastic, so why not treat yourself?]
Old people using inhalants seems to be a thing this week! Here's the conclusion of Stephen Colbert's highly entertaining interview with "Where The Wild Things Are" author Maurice Sendak, during which the curmudgeonly legend reviews Colbert's new children's book, "I Am A Pole (And So Can You)," before teaching him how to illustrate... while high on markers.
Google and The Arcade Fire made this nice interactive video thing for you to get all nostalgic with.
Someone mashed up 'Where the Wild Things Are' with 'Girls Gone Wild', creating something I'm not sure I feel OK watching.
"All Is Love," the first song from Karen O's Where The Wild Things Are soundtrack, is streaming on MySpace.
The famously misanthropic author behind the book seems visibly enthusiastic about Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers's predictably twee, luscious film adaptation set to open this fall.
Spike Jonze tests a mask from Where The Wild Things Are on an unwilling child.
Here's a fake trailer for the Spike Jonze feature length adaptation of Everyone Poops that makes fun of Where the Wild Things Are and pretty much the entire genre of quirky indie films.
Videogum has some extended instructions for your DIY Spike Jonze pleasure.
The first trailer for the Eggers/Jonze adaptation is here. Pro tip: watch in a place where you can flap your arms and squeal like a small child.
The beloved children's writer and illustrator -- of books like Where The Wild Things Are and Chicken Soup With Rice -- recently turned 80, and is still as sad, angry, and misanthropic as ever.
An early clip leaked from Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers's upcoming film adaptation of the classic Maurice Sendak book raises questions online.