Hummm…These porta-Jhons need work.
Looks like Ken is throwing us curve balls when we guess where he’s going, pic wise.;)
Well, there’s a reason he would’ve chosen this for today, unrelated to any theme he may have had going.
I advise everyone to look up Stephen Colbert’s recent interview with Mr. Sendak. Pretty funny stuff.
Nuts, I was hoping it’d be Mike Hacker.
I hated this book as a monster-loving kid. I thought monsters came from science labs and atomic test sites. These things were just great big teddy bears.
I didn’t care for it either. For me monsters needed to be either reptiles, invertebrates or some kind of whacky alien design to interest me.
This was never one of the books I was read as a kid, which kinda surprises me, given that monsters were so big with me at that age.
Ooooh. Finally saw the obit.
Yeah, never saw it when young, didn’t feel any interest. Nothing against the man.
Well, maybe there is a connection. Monday and Tuesday were “Dinosaurus,” a movie about a kid and his brontosaurus. Today is a kid and his… um… monsteraurus.
It’s Kennies and their monsters week.
Really guys? I loved the illustrations as a kid but can’t say I remember anything of the books plot though.
Any opinion on the semi-recent, baffling Spike Jonze “Where the Wild Things Are” movie?
I haven’t seen it. I liked the book, though. I think my love of Sesame Street made monsters that weren’t horrifying seem fine to me.
I haven’t read most of his other things, and now feel like I should.
…plot? Kid runs away, plays with monsters, misses his home, goes home. Not much plot, but I loved it as a kid, especially the deciding if it was all his imagination or real. Part of the reason I loved Calvin and Hobbes: that blending of realities.
I thought it was a great movie. It’s not really a kid’s movie though a kid might enjoy it. It’s weird and warm and disturbing and sad and joyous. It’s the best film length adaptation of a 32 page book I’ve ever seen. Which is kind of damning it with faint praise.
Ahhh, that explains why I don’t remember it then!
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