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https://plus.google.com/115712945475006283248 Fairy Tale Access : Fairy tales come 2 life in Santa Maria-you just might out where the wild things are! Found at http:...
Fairy tales come 2 life in Santa Maria-you just might out where the wild things are!

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https://plus.google.com/105776724918973696370 Rachel Flores : Where the Wild Things Are Sendak, M. (1963). Where the Wild Things Are. New York, New York: Harper Collins...
Where the Wild Things Are
Sendak, M. (1963). Where the Wild Things Are. New York, New York: Harper Collins Publishers. Max has been misbehaving before dinner time. He exclaimed he would eat his mother up after she called him wild thing. He was sent to his room without supper and he ...
Where the Wild Things Are
Sendak, M. (1963). Where the Wild Things Are. New York, New York: Harper Collins Publishers. Max has been misbehaving before dinner time. He exclaimed he would eat his mother up after she called him wild thing. He was sent to...
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https://plus.google.com/110386002963981231969 Jazmine Zepeda : Ezra's Where the Wild Things are 1st birthday Since I was gone from the blogging scene for a while, ...
Ezra's Where the Wild Things are 1st birthday
Since I was gone from the blogging scene for a while, I never got to share pictures of Ezra's first birthday party. The theme was Where the Wild Things are and thanks to Pinterest, Google, Etsy, and my family everything came together perfectly. Here are a f...
Ezra's Where the Wild Things are 1st birthday
Since I was gone from the blogging scene for a while, I never got to share pictures of Ezra's first birthday party. The theme was Where the Wild Things are and thanks to Pinterest, Google, Etsy, and my family everything came ...
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https://plus.google.com/103347005009999707934 Biosphere Expeditions : Our snow leopard volunteering expedition in the Tien Shan mountains of Kyrgyzstan (http://www.biosphere...
Our snow leopard volunteering expedition in the Tien Shan mountains of Kyrgyzstan (http://www.biosphere-expeditions.org/tienshan) is mentioned in http://www.bootprints.com/2014/go-where-the-wild-things-are/
Go where the wild things are | Outdoor adventure sports newsletter
For lovers of wilderness, any encounter with a wild animal is bound to have an impact – sometimes a literal one. But even the best storyteller can't hold a crowd talking about the time they saw a marmot licking a rock (trust us). Some animals are just plain cooler than others.
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https://plus.google.com/100976960013728602236 Alan Phillips : Where The Wild Things Are Welcome. These are two oil paintings that are 20" square. They were commissioned...
Where The Wild Things Are
Welcome. These are two oil paintings that are 20" square. They were commissioned for a couple who live in Ponte Vedra. I took a walkabout down at The Guana River State Park now a National Estuarine Research Reserve and loved these two views. One can almost ...
Where The Wild Things Are
Welcome. These are two oil paintings that are 20" square. They were commissioned for a couple who live in Ponte Vedra. I took a walkabout down at The Guana River State Park now a National Estuarine Research Reserve and loved...
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https://plus.google.com/110068613003005426250 Richard Johnson : Watchmen...and I like Watchmen.  Where the Wild Things Are.  Soldier.  Man of Steel. 
Watchmen...and I like Watchmen.  Where the Wild Things Are.  Soldier.  Man of Steel. 
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https://plus.google.com/110348328875723862175 Melodious Lotus : Who remembers Where the Wild Things Are growing up? I loved that book!
Who remembers Where the Wild Things Are growing up? I loved that book! 
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https://plus.google.com/112696894474325418506 Marjeta Kane : Hello there, I have enjoyed reading the article below and thought I can share with you. Enjoy it! Raising...
Hello there,
I have enjoyed reading the article below and thought I can share with you. Enjoy it!

Raising Children by Anna Quindlen
All my babies are gone now. I say this not in sorrow but in disbelief. I take great satisfaction in what I have today: three almost-adults, two taller than I am, one closing in fast. Three people who read the same books I do and have learned not to be afraid of disagreeing with me in their opinion of them, who sometimes tell vulgar jokes that make me laugh until I choke and cry, who need razor blades and shower gel and privacy, who want to keep their doors closed more than I like. Who, miraculously, go to the bathroom, zip up their jackets and move food from plate to mouth all by themselves. Like the trick soap I bought for the bathroom with a rubber ducky at its center, the baby is buried deep within each, barely discernible except through the unreliable haze of the past.
 
Everything in all the books I once poured over is finished for me now. Penelope Leach., T. Berry Brazelton., Dr. Spock. The ones on sibling rivalry and sleeping through the night and early-childhood education, all grown obsolete. Along with Goodnight Moon, and Where the Wild Things Are, they are battered, spotted, well used. But I suspect that if you flipped the pages, dust would rise like memories. What those books taught me, and finally what the women on the playground, and the well-meaning relations -- well what they taught me was that they couldn't really teach me very much at all. Raising children is presented at first as a true-false test, then becomes multiple choice, until finally, far along, you realize that it is an endless essay. No one knows anything. One child responds well to positive reinforcement, another can be managed only with a stern voice and a timeout. One child is toilet trained at 3, his sibling at 2. When my first child was born, parents were told to put baby to bed on his belly so that he would not choke on his own spit-up. By the time my last arrived, babies were put down on their backs because of research on sudden infant death syndrome. To a new parent this ever-shifting certainty is terrifying, and then soothing. Eventually you must learn to trust yourself. Eventually the research will follow.
I remember 15 years ago pouring over one of Dr. Brazelton's wonderful books on child development, in which he describes three different sorts of infants: average, quiet, and active. I was looking for a sub-quiet codicil for an 18-month old who did not walk. Was there something wrong with his fat little legs? Was there something wrong with his tiny little mind? Was he developmentally delayed, physically challenged? Was I insane? Last year he went to China. Next year he goes to college. He can talk just fine. He can walk, too.
Every part of raising children is humbling, too. Believe me, mistakes were made. They have all been enshrined in the "Remember-When-Mom-Did " Hall of Fame. The outbursts, the temper tantrums, the bad language, mine, not theirs. The times the baby fell off the bed. The times I arrived late for preschool pickup. The nightmare sleepover. The horrible summer camp. The day when the youngest came barreling out of the classroom with a 98 on her geography test, and I responded, "What did you get wrong?" (She insisted I include that.) The time I ordered food at the McDonald's drive-through speaker and then drove away without picking it up from the window. (They all insisted I include that.) I did not allow them to watch the Simpsons for the first two seasons. What was I thinking?
But the biggest mistake I made is the one that most of us make while doing this. I did not live in the moment enough. This is particularly clear now that the moment is gone, captured only in photographs. There is one picture of the three of them, sitting in the grass on a quilt in the shadow of the swing set on a summer day, ages 6, 4 and 1. And I wish I could remember what we ate, and what we talked about, and how they sounded, and how they looked when they slept that night.I wish I had not been in such a hurry to get on to the next thing: dinner, bath, book, bed. I wish I had treasured the doing a little more and the getting it done a little less. Even today I'm not sure what worked and what didn't, what was me and what was simply life. When they were very small, I suppose I thought someday they would become who they were because of what I'd done. Now I suspect they simply grew into their true selves because they demanded in a thousand ways that I back off and let them be. The books said to be relaxed and I was often tense, matter-of-fact and I was sometimes over the top
And look how it all turned out. I wound up with the three people I like best in the world who have done more than anyone to excavate my essential humanity. That's what the books never told me. I was bound and determined to learn from the experts. It just took me awhile to figure out who the experts were.
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https://plus.google.com/104130450570772741287 Kate B. : Who remembers Where the Wild Things Are growing up? I loved that book!
Who remembers Where the Wild Things Are growing up? I loved that book! 
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https://plus.google.com/104858304222463319859 Story Mama : Make a Where The Wild Things Are mask! Is this classic children's book in your collection? Grab the ...
Make a Where The Wild Things Are mask!
Is this classic children's book in your collection? Grab the full instructions to make this cute wild thing mask! > http://kidspot.me/WgGLVn
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https://plus.google.com/113102854369709041551 Brandon Luk : Where the wild things are
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https://plus.google.com/108379434324735390088 Jon Moore : Gardening Tomatoes at home! Click here Food Lunch at an urban farm. Click here Urban farming equals ...
Gardening Tomatoes at home! Click here Food Lunch at an urban farm. Click here Urban farming equals food where it’s eaten. Click here Farming Sustainable farming impacts the entire community. Click here Where the wild things are! Click here Farm to table…
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Gardening Tomatoes at home! Click here Food Lunch at an urban farm. Click here Urban farming equals food where it's eaten. Click here Farming Sustainable farming impacts the entire community. Click...
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https://plus.google.com/102323320514889123490 Pennsylvania news : $20,221 for wind-up toy, $2,530 for Mickey Mouse hood ornament: auction of Maurice Sendak collection...
$20,221 for wind-up toy, $2,530 for Mickey Mouse hood ornament: auction of Maurice Sendak collection

A wind-up figure of Mickey Mouse made in Germany about 1930 was sold by a York County auction company Thursday for more than $20,000. The rare wind-up toy was the priciest of about 50 Disney items owned by the Late Maurice Sendak, author of the beloved children’s book “Where The Wild Things Are,” that were auctioned this week by Hake’s Americana & Collectibles in Springettsbury Township. Items sold ranged in price from a few hundred dollars for porcelain salt shakers decorated with images of Mickey Mouse to rare toys such as the wind-up figure that sold for $20,221.28 and a German crank toy of two dancing Mickey figures that sold for $12,650. “They are two of the rarest Mickey tin toys of any produced from the 1930s. Both are one of two or three known,” Alex Winter, Hake’s general manager said during the online auction, which ended Thursday.  Sendak had a special affinity for Mickey Mouse, Winter said. “He was born the same year as Mickey was created. He grew up in that culture, knew Mickey as a child, and really liked the character,” Winter said. The auction description says Sendak credited his decision to become an illustrator to watching the [...]
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https://plus.google.com/106554061156673425177 Kidspot : Make a Where The Wild Things Are mask! Is this classic children's book in your collection? Grab the ...
Make a Where The Wild Things Are mask!
Is this classic children's book in your collection? Grab the full instructions to make this cute wild thing mask! > http://kidspot.me/WgGLVn
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https://plus.google.com/103524585218040046920 Davida Chazan : Wild and Crazy Love - for children "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak   Max is a young boy...
Wild and Crazy Love - for children
"Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak   Max is a young boy with a wolf suit and vivid imagination. When he acts up a bit too much, his mother calls him a "wild thing". After he talks back to her, she sends him to his room without any supper. But onc...
Wild and Crazy Love - for children
"Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak   Max is a young boy with a wolf suit and vivid imagination. When he acts up a bit too much, his mother calls him a "wild thing". After he talks back to her, she sends him to h...
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https://plus.google.com/108863142468880296014 Kat Munoz : "Don't go i'll eat you up I love you so" -Where The Wild Things Are
"Don't go i'll eat you up I love you so" -Where The Wild Things Are
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https://plus.google.com/118167914304958965400 Jeremy Payne : Where the Wild Things Are continuum
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https://plus.google.com/102494470654908335464 FR&P Creative Connections : New Fashion Project: Where The Wild Things Are - Where the wild things are, is the latest fashion project...
New Fashion Project: Where The Wild Things Are - Where the wild things are, is the latest fashion project of Luca Meneghel, an italian photographer specialized in fashion and food photography with a background in design. He was born in Belluno the 19th. february 1989 and now he's based in Bolzano. I've featured several of his fashion projects over the years, and it's always interesting [] The post New Fashion Project: Where The Wild Things Are appeared first on Daily In... http://ow.ly/2Kf8GX
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