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Sendak

[ sen-dak ]

noun

  1. Maurice (Bernard), 1928–2012, U.S. author and illustrator of children's books.


Sendak

/ ˈsɛndæk /

noun

  1. SendakMaurice (Bernard)19282012MUSARTS AND CRAFTS: artistTHEATRE: set designerARTS AND CRAFTS: illustrator Maurice ( Bernard ). 1928–2012, US artist, writer, and set designer, best known as an illustrator of children's books, including Where the Wild Things Are (1963), which he also wrote, In the Night Kitchen (1971), and Nutcracker (1984)


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Sendak says the experience has convinced him that AI health care projects should devote more resources to studying social as well as technical performance.

When Maurice Sendak wrote Where the Wild Things Are, he was in his 30s.

But in some ways the artist he most reminds me of is Maurice Sendak.

Like Sendak, Miyazaki is somewhat cranky—a pessimist at odds with modernity.

Maurice Sendak, 83 (June 10, 1928, to May 8, 2012) Every American knows Where the Wild Things Are.

Outside Over ThereBy Maurice Sendak A part of our childhood died a little with the passing of Maurice Sendak.

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