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Maurice Sendak

Maurice Sendak

 Maurice Sendak

Maurice Sendak was born in Brooklyn, New York. He began by illustrating other authors' books for children, but the first book that he both wrote and illustrated was Kenny's Window, published in 1956. Since then he has illustrated over 80 books, and has won many awards, including the 1964 Caldecott Medal for Where the Wild Things Are. In 1970 he was the first American to win the Hans Christian Andersen Illustrator's Medal. In 1978 the University of Boston made him Doctor of Humane Letters and in 1983 he won the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal for a 'substantial and lasting contribution to literature for children over a period of years'.

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English : Classics/Modern Classics

Ages 0-4

147764 Where the wild things are £6.99
 

Ages 5-7

147766 In the Night Kitchen £7.99
 

French : Popular Fiction

003760 Max et les Maximonstres £10.75
 
072231 Max et les maximonstres £11.95
 

German : Popular Fiction

Primary picture books - German

In this series you will find a fantastic selection of some of our bestselling German picture books for use in primary schools at KS2. Other suitable books are available in different sections of our on...

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360839 Wo die wilden Kerle wohnen £18.95
 

Spanish : Science-fiction & Fantasy

Ages 11-14

025681 Donde viven los monstruos £13.95
 

Spanish : Popular Fiction

Ages 5-7

021827 Papá Oso vuelve a casa £10.95
 

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