If not a bit scary, still is a good book -- promotes imgination
This book is a bit more frightening than most kid's friendly classic book. I did enjoy how this book promoted imagination -- that is a strong theme/part of the book. I feel like this book may be too scary for young ones? But overall, this book is a fun-thrilling book to read which promotes using your imgination.
This adorable tale is about Max, a boy who gets sent to bed without supper after threatening to eat his mom. He then goes on a journey through his imagination, visiting the wild things and befriending them. The story is very good, and is a story kids would want to read over and over again.
Where the wild things is a fascinating book, if you take the time to look through it. For example on page 2 there is a picture on the wall of a monster that Max meets later on in his dream. The monsters will not give your children nightmares as they are round, soft and fluffy. This book is great for children and adults of all ages as adults can relate to their children acting like Max and the children can relate to wanting power.