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Maurice Sendak

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  • Friends of the Libraries: The 'Wild Things' live on

    It is always nice to see some old books — which I read to my now long-grown-up children — in a recommended list of children's reading for this summer. "There Is an Alligator Under My Bed" by Mercer Mayer and "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak are two of them. Another two on this list are "George and Martha" by James Marshall and "The Day the Crayons Quit" by Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers. The summer-reading list was in an article in Sunday's Parade Magazine about Levar Burton of "Reading Rainbow."
  • Barbara A. Weinstein, president and CEO of Family Central, Inc.

      Q: What’s the state of affordable child care in South Florida? Child care has become very expensive. It’s the third- or fourth-largest item on a parent’s budget behind food, rent and insurance. There are many wonderful child care...

    From 'Maleficent' to 'Game of Thrones,' a magical time for adults

    At the moment, "Maleficent" and its evil queen are burning up the big screen, and over on HBO, "Game of Thrones" and its Mother of Dragons are on fire too. Sequels to 2012's "Snow White and the Huntsman" and 2010's "Alice in Wonderland" are due in...

    Best Exhibit

    Best Exhibit
    1) Maurice Sendak - New Britain Museum of American Art 56 Lexington St New Britain (860) 229-0257 nbmaa.org 2) Festival of Trees & Traditions - Wadsworth Atheneum   3) Toulouse-Lautrec - New Britain Museum of American Art  

    Step inside Edward Gorey's weird, beautiful world

    Step inside Edward Gorey's weird, beautiful world
    Poor Basil. He was assaulted by bears. And Kate? She was struck by an ax. Xerxes was devoured by mice, Victor was squashed by a train, and little Neville met what may be the most painful and terrible fate of all. He died of ennui. Demented and...