April 17, 2009

where the wild things are . . .

this book i love
& now . . . look what is in store . . . a film of the tale
. . . . i cannot wait to seeu can peek at a little of it here

16 comments:

  1. I saw a trailer for this a few days ago - I was surprised since it's such a short book but it looks wonderful! I'll be interested to see how the makers fill it out and hoping it'll be as good as the book!

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  2. I've always loved that book too and the movie looks very promising:)

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  3. I remember sharing that book with my grand kids.Will be interesting to see how they make it into a film

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  4. Oh Wow!! I can't wait to see the film. I love the books.
    thank you ruthie for your sweet comments. Always lovely to see you and always lovely to visit your blog too
    xx
    sumea

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  5. How much fun! I haven't read this book in forever, I will have to do that! That should be a fun film to watch.

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  6. Oh my goodness, what great news !!! Can´t wait to see that film ! Thanks so much for sharing !!!

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  7. I cry all the way through the trailer every single time I watch it. How on earth am I going to make it through the movie?? But, I can't wait!

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  8. This was a great favourite with my boys when they were little. I love the way he builds the chaos and noise into the middle and then calms it all down at the end. As a picture book it is hard to beat.

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  9. Looking forward to it!

    Shirl x

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  10. I'm so looking forward to this thank you for the peak!

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  11. I only know the title of this story, it wasn't a book that ever appealed to me when my children were young. Maybe I had better sneak a look at a copy next time I'm in Waterstones and see what I've been missing!

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  12. No way! That is great! I can't wait to see it...

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  13. One of my favourite books of all. Have you read it to your son?

    Can't wait for the movie and never knew until know that it was coming.

    Renee xoxo

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  14. Hi Ruthie,
    I love this book too.
    I wish we had more books like "where the wild things are"published today!
    Love your illustrations by the way very beautiful!:)

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  15. Anonymous1/5/09 09:51

    I have just realized you have 2 blogs!
    Thank you for your comment about the fairy picture on my new site.
    Jo :)

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  16. Me too! can't wait see this film of my favourite book by my favourite illustrator of all time! The trailer makes me cry, so hoping it can live up to huge expectations!!!

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