Where the Wild Things Are (First Edition)

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Price: $22,500.00
Item Number: 1014081
Manufacturer: Harper & Row
Signed by: Maurice Sendak
Format: Hardcover
Edition: First Edition
Year: 1964
SENDAK, Maurice. Where the Wild Things Are. [NY]: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1963. Oblong 8vo, 48pp. Gray quarter-cloth with full-color pictorial boards. Full-color pictorial endpapers; full-color illustrations throughout.  Slight rubbing to board edges, minute sunning to boards, else a remarkably bright, clean copy, in publisher's original, first state full-color pictorial d.w. (price-clipped, sunning and light spotting across front and rear panels). Inscribed by the author, Maurice Sendak, to his friend and former lover, Leroy Richmond, with a remarkably detailed drawing of a wild thing.

First Edition. 1964 Caldecott Medal Winner. When Max is sent to bed without supper, he leaves home and journeys to where the Wild Things are. There, he tames the Wild Things and becomes their king, declaring, "Let the Wild Rumpus start!" But finally, Max chooses to go home where someone loves him "best of all." This masterpiece earned Sendak the 1964 Caldecott Medal and is as fresh and exciting today as when it was first published nearly 40 years ago! A book no child should grow up without. A beautiful association copy of this title that was inscribed by Maurice Sendak to his friend and former lover Leroy "Eero" Richmond with a surprisingly detailed drawing of a wild thing.

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