Illustrated by Sendak, Maurice. Good with no dust jacket. Cracked, loose at front hinges. Covers show heavy wear along edges, corners. some age darkened and smudges on cover face. Illustrated end pages are faded. Pgs are age darkened.
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This small funny book, filled with words and pictures, conveys an important moral --- the fact that the best part of living is doing, feeling, being together. Sendak's vignettes, or big full spread tableaux are memorable, funny, accurate. I found this book after about 45 years -- thanks to Alibris, of course --- and it's better than I remembered, at the same time, some of those tiny vignettes are just the same. Good for children, but not a baby book -- fun to read with a little kid and to talk about what's going on --- Thank you Alibris! Thank you Miss Krauss! Thank you Mr. Sendak!
Publishers Weekly, 1989-09-29 First published in 1952, this hilarious classic is now available in paperback to a new generation. Krauss's definitions--from ``toes are to wiggle'' to ``a hat is to wear on a train''--tell what's what--and Sendak's inimitable early illustrations show how. All ages. (Sept.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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