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Lobsters on the Fly Lobsters on the Fly : Fictitious Dishes: Elegant and Imaginative Photographs of Meals from Famous Literature     we are just *in love* with this project.

proust! moby dick! maurice sendak!

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Wythall Sellingpage Wythall Sellingpage : Job lot of DVDs I need to sell, inbox for price or interest.

-grease
-dirty dancing
-love and other drugs
-doctor who season 3,volume 4
-bratz rock angels
--bratz staring and stylin
-the thief lord
-feel the noise
-bridesmaids
-Peter Pan
-Sherlock bones
-where the wild things are.. And other Maurice Sendak stories
-bratz genie magic
-street dance 3d
-confessions of a teenage drama queen
-st bears dolls hospital
-Charlie St. Cloud
-In her shoes
-life as we know it
-because of Winn-Dixie
-bend it like beckham
-material girls
-my sisters keeper
-invisible mom
-the inbetweener series 3
-the inbetweeners movie
-rugrats christmas
-nanny McPhee
-splat in your face
-Alvin and the chipmunks the squeakquel
-mrs doubt fire
-Harry potter and the half blood prince
-me,myself and Irene
-eas tenders slaters in detention
-dynamo magician impossible
-family guy box set season four

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If, And or But Publishing If, And or But Publishing : “A book is really like a lover. It arranges itself in your life in a way that is beautiful.”
― Maurice Sendak

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Chintan Gohil Chintan Gohil : Fictitious Dishes: Elegant and Imaginative Photographs of Meals from Famous Literature     "From James Joyce to Maurice Sendak, by way of weep-worthy jelly and gifted chickens." - Beautiful pictures of meals from famous literature
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Michelle Stephenson Michelle Stephenson : Got the best job with McKennley
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Marcy McCann Marcy McCann : Maurice Sendak on life and death.     For all my aritst friends there are comments you will relate too. For those who haven't found joy in your life's work, this might bring you to it. Ren Crawford, Linda L. Anderson, John Aulthouse, John McCann, Jamie Alyse Smith, , Kary Dengler Haun
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Rochelle Norlund Rochelle Norlund :     Randy Woolf is a very good composer to Where The Wild Things Are. I fell completely in love with this soundtrack, because Where The Wild Things Are is my favorite movie of all time. I do hope for a sequel to the movie as a special dedication to Maurice Sendak & James Gandolfini.In the movie of WTWTA, I do love the scenes that has to do with Max & Carol, they're like...father & son figures to each other.
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Rich Kretzschmar Rich Kretzschmar : Put A Camera On Your Eyeball     I already have Maurice Sendak... this is how the Johnsburg High School Alumni Roll Lawrence Daniel Kohon. Did you see the shots from Jewel-Osco near Round Lake Liquors that Jessica Braunschweiger and I captured?
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Katie Bullock Katie Bullock : Timeline Photos     The brilliant German writer E. T. A. Hoffmann inspired both the great opera, "The Tales of Hoffmann," and the popular ballet, "The Nutcracker." Obsessed with mechanical objects that counterfeit life, Hoffmann created both Olympia, the adorable singing and dancing doll in Act 1 of the opera, and the Prince-transformed-into-a Nutcracker at the center of the ballet. #MuseItOrLoseIt

Left: Julianne Gearhart (Olympia), Steven Cole (Spalanzani), and John Uhlenhopp (Hoffmann) in Seattle Opera's 2005 "Tales of Hoffmann." © Rozarii Lynch. Right: Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Seth Orza as Drosselmeier, with a PNB School student as Clara in the Kent Stowell/Maurice Sendak "Nutcracker." Photo © Angela Sterling.    

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PS 118 PTA PS 118 PTA : PS 118 Maurice Sendak Community School PTA     Save the date: Tuesday, May 13th!

Please join us for the first annual Maurice Sendak Community School cocktail party and silent auction. This event is being held to raise funds, which will help provide a top quality education for the students of PS 118.

For more information and to buy tickets or make a tax-deductible donation, please visit www.ps118pta.org

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Jennifer Ouellette Jennifer Ouellette : Fictitious Dishes: Elegant and Imaginative Photographs of Meals from Famous Literature     From James Joyce to Maurice Sendak, meals from beloved books, cooked and photographed http://j.mp/1eR0wpf
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James Lowe James Lowe : Timeline Photos     The brilliant German writer E. T. A. Hoffmann inspired both the great opera, "The Tales of Hoffmann," and the popular ballet, "The Nutcracker." Obsessed with mechanical objects that counterfeit life, Hoffmann created both Olympia, the adorable singing and dancing doll in Act 1 of the opera, and the Prince-transformed-into-a Nutcracker at the center of the ballet. #MuseItOrLoseIt

Left: Julianne Gearhart (Olympia), Steven Cole (Spalanzani), and John Uhlenhopp (Hoffmann) in Seattle Opera's 2005 "Tales of Hoffmann." © Rozarii Lynch. Right: Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Seth Orza as Drosselmeier, with a PNB School student as Clara in the Kent Stowell/Maurice Sendak "Nutcracker." Photo © Angela Sterling.    

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Leah's Cakery Leah's Cakery : Good morning, friends! Okay so coming back to the shop this morning I was all ready to be kinda bummed because I'd seen the results of the Metroland Readers poll, y'know? Remember that? The thing I was shoving down your collective throats last month?
Anyway so I read it in some other place, yadda yadda, didn't see our name in there, and so I was ready to post a kind of 'Well, we did our best, folks, we'll get 'em next time'- post, right? So I get here, and Leah tells me, like always, I wasn't really paying attention! Your Leah's was at the top of a pretty short list for BEST KEPT SECRET!!!! How awesome is that!? That's WAY BETTER! That's like taking 'Most Original' over 'Most Popular' in high school or something! Which, as all us cool kids know, is, like... Well, WAY BETTER!
So thank you, my muffin minions, for doing your duty! I frikkin love you!
Okay so that's out of the way.
So here's today's post.

Today I'd like to quote the late, great Maurice Sendak.

In April I will go away
To far off Spain or old Bombay
And dream about hot soup all day.
Oh my oh once
Oh my oh twice,
Oh my chicken soup with rice.

It's good to be home.
Nathaniel's Soup of The Day is: well, guess.
See you later, and thanks again.

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Richard White Richard White : Maurice Sendak Had No Love for Ebooks, But They Would Love Him    
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Target Sales and Deals Target Sales and Deals : Maurice Sendak's Little Bear: Rainy Day Tales    
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Cora Ann Brennan Cora Ann Brennan : The Beatles - Can't Buy Me Love (Live)         Video of the Beatles performing CAN'T BUY ME LOVE, circa 1964. Crowd is really loud and annoying; funny white guys dancing in the background make up for it t...
Watch the video: video http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SMwZsFKIXa8

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Chuck Houska Chuck Houska : Timeline Photos     The brilliant German writer E. T. A. Hoffmann inspired both the great opera, "The Tales of Hoffmann," and the popular ballet, "The Nutcracker." Obsessed with mechanical objects that counterfeit life, Hoffmann created both Olympia, the adorable singing and dancing doll in Act 1 of the opera, and the Prince-transformed-into-a Nutcracker at the center of the ballet. #MuseItOrLoseIt

Left: Julianne Gearhart (Olympia), Steven Cole (Spalanzani), and John Uhlenhopp (Hoffmann) in Seattle Opera's 2005 "Tales of Hoffmann." © Rozarii Lynch. Right: Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Seth Orza as Drosselmeier, with a PNB School student as Clara in the Kent Stowell/Maurice Sendak "Nutcracker." Photo © Angela Sterling.    

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Best Commercials Best Commercials : Fictitious Dishes: Elegant and Imaginative Photographs of Meals from Famous Literature | Sosyal...     Fictitious Dishes: Elegant and Imaginative Photographs of Meals from Famous Literature From James Joyce to Maurice Sendak, by way of weep-worthy jelly and gifted chickens. Brain Pickings takes 450+ hours a month to curate and edit across the different platforms, and remains banner-free. If it brings you any joy and inspiration, please consider a modest donation – it lets me know I’m doing something right. from Brain Pickings http://ift.tt/1l0sJ56
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Pat Gagg Pat Gagg : Timeline Photos     “You made a wish and a wish is halfway to wherever you want to go.” —Maurice Sendak, KENNY’S WINDOW    
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Sechrist Travel Sechrist Travel : Timeline Photos     The brilliant German writer E. T. A. Hoffmann inspired both the great opera, "The Tales of Hoffmann," and the popular ballet, "The Nutcracker." Obsessed with mechanical objects that counterfeit life, Hoffmann created both Olympia, the adorable singing and dancing doll in Act 1 of the opera, and the Prince-transformed-into-a Nutcracker at the center of the ballet. #MuseItOrLoseIt

Left: Julianne Gearhart (Olympia), Steven Cole (Spalanzani), and John Uhlenhopp (Hoffmann) in Seattle Opera's 2005 "Tales of Hoffmann." © Rozarii Lynch. Right: Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Seth Orza as Drosselmeier, with a PNB School student as Clara in the Kent Stowell/Maurice Sendak "Nutcracker." Photo © Angela Sterling.     Take your choir on tour to Seattle in 2015 and book tickets to the Seattle Opera! Spring is beautiful in the Pacific Northwest!!

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Mark Phillips Mark Phillips : Timeline Photos     I love Maurice Sendak.     This is great.
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Bridgid Mote Bridgid Mote : Timeline Photos     I love Maurice Sendak.    
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Brett Youngquist Brett Youngquist : Timeline Photos     The brilliant German writer E. T. A. Hoffmann inspired both the great opera, "The Tales of Hoffmann," and the popular ballet, "The Nutcracker." Obsessed with mechanical objects that counterfeit life, Hoffmann created both Olympia, the adorable singing and dancing doll in Act 1 of the opera, and the Prince-transformed-into-a Nutcracker at the center of the ballet. #MuseItOrLoseIt

Left: Julianne Gearhart (Olympia), Steven Cole (Spalanzani), and John Uhlenhopp (Hoffmann) in Seattle Opera's 2005 "Tales of Hoffmann." © Rozarii Lynch. Right: Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Seth Orza as Drosselmeier, with a PNB School student as Clara in the Kent Stowell/Maurice Sendak "Nutcracker." Photo © Angela Sterling.    

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Teri Jobe Teri Jobe : Timeline Photos     The brilliant German writer E. T. A. Hoffmann inspired both the great opera, "The Tales of Hoffmann," and the popular ballet, "The Nutcracker." Obsessed with mechanical objects that counterfeit life, Hoffmann created both Olympia, the adorable singing and dancing doll in Act 1 of the opera, and the Prince-transformed-into-a Nutcracker at the center of the ballet. #MuseItOrLoseIt

Left: Julianne Gearhart (Olympia), Steven Cole (Spalanzani), and John Uhlenhopp (Hoffmann) in Seattle Opera's 2005 "Tales of Hoffmann." © Rozarii Lynch. Right: Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Seth Orza as Drosselmeier, with a PNB School student as Clara in the Kent Stowell/Maurice Sendak "Nutcracker." Photo © Angela Sterling.     I am EXCITED! I can't wait! :)

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Geeta Shah Geeta Shah : I’ll Be You and You Be Me: A Vintage Ode to Friendship and Imagination, Illustrated by Sendak     via Srinivasan Narayanan
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Nemo. Llibres per a nens. Nemo. Llibres per a nens. : Author Maurice Sendak's Favorite Books ⎢Martha Stewart         Children's book author Maurice Sendak talks with Martha Stewart about the backstory behind his best-selling book "Where the Wild Things Are," his favorite bo...
Watch the video: video http://www.youtube.com/attribution_link?a=a6SvsSr5yqc&u=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3Ded5vR7F8N3g%26feature%3Dshare

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Ana Cristina Araujo Sodre Ana Cristina Araujo Sodre : An Illustrated Talk With Maurice Sendak (Drawings by Christoph Niemann)     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TH2OaaktJrw     When Christoph Niemann stumbled on a "Fresh Air" interview with Maurice Sendak, wild things started to transpire. Please visit http://nyti.ms/V9Cah7 in order...
Watch the video: video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TH2OaaktJrw

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Jesus De Las Heras Jesus De Las Heras : Timeline Photos     The brilliant German writer E. T. A. Hoffmann inspired both the great opera, "The Tales of Hoffmann," and the popular ballet, "The Nutcracker." Obsessed with mechanical objects that counterfeit life, Hoffmann created both Olympia, the adorable singing and dancing doll in Act 1 of the opera, and the Prince-transformed-into-a Nutcracker at the center of the ballet. #MuseItOrLoseIt

Left: Julianne Gearhart (Olympia), Steven Cole (Spalanzani), and John Uhlenhopp (Hoffmann) in Seattle Opera's 2005 "Tales of Hoffmann." © Rozarii Lynch. Right: Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Seth Orza as Drosselmeier, with a PNB School student as Clara in the Kent Stowell/Maurice Sendak "Nutcracker." Photo © Angela Sterling.    

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Kevin DeVeaux Kevin DeVeaux : Timeline Photos     The brilliant German writer E. T. A. Hoffmann inspired both the great opera, "The Tales of Hoffmann," and the popular ballet, "The Nutcracker." Obsessed with mechanical objects that counterfeit life, Hoffmann created both Olympia, the adorable singing and dancing doll in Act 1 of the opera, and the Prince-transformed-into-a Nutcracker at the center of the ballet. #MuseItOrLoseIt

Left: Julianne Gearhart (Olympia), Steven Cole (Spalanzani), and John Uhlenhopp (Hoffmann) in Seattle Opera's 2005 "Tales of Hoffmann." © Rozarii Lynch. Right: Pacific Northwest Ballet principal dancer Seth Orza as Drosselmeier, with a PNB School student as Clara in the Kent Stowell/Maurice Sendak "Nutcracker." Photo © Angela Sterling.    

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Butterscotch Sunday Butterscotch Sunday :     Here's Kevin from Love Local Food doing a dramatic reading of Maurice Sendak's 'In the Night Kitchen' at our screening on Sunday!    
Watch the video: video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=648274858582860

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