Marcus) ISBN 0-06-023625-6
Swine Lake (by James Marshall) (1999)
Brundibár (by Tony Kushner) (2003)
Sarah's Room (by Doris Orgel) (2003)
The Happy Rain (by Jack Sendak) (2004)
Bears! (by Ruth Krauss) (2005)
The Art of Maurice Sendak (by Selma G. The citation called him "the modern picture-book's portal figure" and the presentation credited Where the Wild Things Are with "all at once [revolutionizing] the entire picture-book narrative. He decided to become an illustrator after watching Walt Disney's film Fantasia at the age of twelve.
Maurice Bernard Sendak (/ˈsɛndæk/; June 10 1928 – May 8 2012) was an American illustrator and writer of children's books. He was best known for his book Where the Wild Things Are first publiMaurice Sendakd in 1963.