Where the Wild Things Are

Bibliographic Information: Sendak, M. (1963). Where the Wild Things Are. United States: Harper and Row

Short Annotation: Max was sent to his room after showing bad behavior in his house. When he was in his room, it turned into a jungle. In this jungle, he met a bunch of different creatures, known as the wild things. They made him the king of the jungle. When it was time for him to go home, they did not want him to leave, even though he wanted to.

Genre: Nonfiction.

Grade Level: Third grade.

Audience: Students would like this book.

Personal rating and response: I give this book a rating of seven. I think how this book showed how imagination can play a great part in a young child’s life but can also serve as a life lesson.

Question: Do you use your bedroom as an imaginative place?

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