Maurice Sendak stands with a character from his book Where the Wild Things Are in 2002.
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November 11, 2014 The dispute centers on many of the late author's rare books, which a Philadelphia museum says are being withheld by Sendak's trustees. Also: Isaac Asimov's Foundation trilogy may be coming to HBO.
Michael Vick of the Philadelphia Eagles on the sidelines during a game against the Arizona Cardinals.
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March 13, 2013 Also: Maurice Sendak's watercolors; the longlist for the Women's Prize for Fiction is announced; and complaints against Bob Woodward's book on John Belushi.
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February 12, 2013 Also: A school will be named after Maurice Sendak; poetic parking regulations; and Amish romance novels.
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May 8, 2012 For decades his books have enchanted children and parents alike. Share your memories.
May 8, 2012 Beloved children's author Maurice Sendak is dead at 83. The award winning author and illustrator of 'Where The Wild Things Are' was controversial for his depictions of children facing peril.
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