Summary Of The Book 'Where The Wild Things Are'

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n the book, “Where the Wild Things Are,” Max, a mischievous young boy, is sent to bed without supper by his mother. Magically his room turns into forest, his bedpost turns into trees, a table turns into a bush, and suddenly his room was a transformed into a giant forest. An ocean appeared and he sailed long and far until he found the wild things. The author of this book
Maurice Sendak uses imagery and the imagination of the young character to explain a mother's feelings toward her son and his wild behavior.
In this story the author's character, Max, was having so much fun being wild but his mother was tired of his mischief. When Max said to her, "I will eat you up!" (p.5), she had had enough and was sent to bed without his dinner. This is when
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