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    Maurice Sendak Bibliography

    Author

        * Kenny's Window (1956)
        * Very Far Away (1957)
        * The Sign on Rosie's Door (1960)
        * The Nutshell Library (1962)
              o Alligators All Around (An Alphabet)
              o Chicken Soup with Rice (A Book of Months)
              o One Was Johnny (A Counting Book)
              o Pierre (A Cautionary Tale)
        * Where the Wild Things Are (1963)
        * Higglety Pigglety Pop!, Or: There Must Be More to Life (1967) ISBN 0-06-028479-X
        * In the Night Kitchen (1970)
        * Ten Little Rabbits: A Counting Book with Mino the Magician (1970)
        * Some Swell Pup or Are You Sure You Want a Dog? (written by Maurice Sendak & Matthew Margolis, and illustrated by Maurice Sendak) (1976)
        * Seven Little Monsters (1977)
        * Fantasy Sketches (1981)
        * Outside Over There (1981)
        * Caldecott and Co: Notes on Books and Pictures (an anthology of essays on children's literature) (1988)
        * We Are All in the Dumps with Jack and Guy (1993)
        * Maurice Sendak's Christmas Mystery (1995) (a box containing a book and a jigsaw puzzle)
        * Mommy? (Sendak's first pop-up book) (2006) ISBN 0-439-88050-5
        * Bumble-Ardy (2011) ISBN-10: 0062051989, ISBN-13: 978-0062051981

    Illustrator

        * Atomics for the Millions (by Dr. Maxwell Leigh Eidinoff) (1947)
        * The Wonderful Farm (by Marcel Aymé) (1951)
        * Good Shabbos Everybody (by Robert Garvey) (1951)
        * A Hole is to Dig (written by Ruth Krauss) (1952)
        * A Very Special House (written by Ruth Krauss) (1953)
        * Hurry Home Candy (written by Meindert DeJong) (1953)
        * The Giant Story (written by Beatrice Schenk de Regniers) (1953)
        * The Tin Fiddle (written by Edward Tripp) (1954)
        * The Wheel on the School (written by Meindert DeJong) (1954)
        * Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle's Farm (written by Betty MacDonald) (1954)
        * Happy Hanukah Everybody (written by Hyman Chanover & Alice Chanover) (1955)
        * Little Cow & the Turtle (written by Meindert DeJong) (1955)
        * Singing Family of the Cumberlands (written by Jean Ritchie) (Oxford University Press, 1955)
        * What Can You Do with a Shoe? (written by Beatrice Schenk de Regniers) (1955 recolored in 1997)
        * Seven Little Stories on Big Subjects (written by Gladys Baker Bond) (1955)
        * I Want to Paint My Bathroom Blue (written by Ruth Krauss) (1956)
        * The Birthday Party (by Ruth Krauss) (1957)
        * Little Bear, written by Else Holmelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendak (there was also a TV series based on this series of books)
              o Little Bear (1957)
              o Father Bear Comes Home (1959)
              o Little Bear's Friend (1960)
              o Little Bear's Visit (1961)
              o A Kiss for Little Bear (1968)
        * Along Came A Dog (written by Meindert DeJong) (1958)
        * No Fighting, No Biting! (written by Else Holmelund Minarik) (1958)
        * What Do You Say, Dear? (written by Sesyle Joslin) (1958)
        * Seven Tales by H. C. Andersen (translated by Eva Le Gallienne) (1959)
        * The Moon Jumpers (text by Janice May Udry)(1959)
        * Open House For Butterflies (by Ruth Krauss) (1960)
        * Best in Children's Books: Volume 31 (various authors and illustrators: featuring, Windy Wash Day and Other Poems by Dorothy Aldis with illustrations by Maurice Sendak) (1960)
        * Best in Children's Books: Volume 41 (various authors and illustrators: featuring, What the Good-Man Does Is Always Right by Hans Christian Andersen with illustrations by Maurice Sendak) (1961)
        * What Do You Do, Dear? (written by Sesyle Joslin) (1961)
        * The Big Green Book (written by Robert Graves) (1962)
        * Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present (written by Charlotte Zolotow) (1962)
        * The Singing Hill (written by Meindert DeJong) (1962) (Harper Row)
        * Dwarf Long-Nose (written by Wilhelm Hauff, translated by Doris Orgel) (1963)
        * The Griffin and the Minor Canon (written by Frank R. Stockton) (1963)
        * How Little Lori Visited Times Square (written by Amos Vogel) (1963)
        * She Loves Me...She Loves Me Not... (written by Robert Keeshan AKA Captain Kangaroo) (1963)
        * McCall's: August 1964; VOL XCI, No 11 (featuring The Young Crane by Andrejs Upits and Illustrated by Maurice Sendak)
        * The Bee-Man of Orn (written by Frank R. Stockton) (1964)
        * The Animal Family (written by Randall Jarrell) (1965)
        * Hector Protector and As I Went Over the Water: Two Nursery Rhymes (traditional nursery rhymes) (1965)
        * Lullabyes and Night Songs (written by Alec Wilder and edited by William Engvick) (1965)
        * Zlateh The Goat (written by Isaac Bashevis Singer) (1966)
        * The Bat-Poet (written by Randall Jarrell) (1964)
        * A House of Sixty Fathers (written by Meindert De Jong) (1966)
        * The Saturday Evening Post: May 4, 1968; 241st year, issue no. 9 (features Yash The Chimney Sweep by Isaac Bashevis Singer and is illustrated by Maurice Sendak)
        * I'll Be you and You be Me (written by Ruth Krauss) (1973)
        * The Juniper Tree and Other Tales from Grimm: Volumes 1 & 2 (Translated by Lore Segal with four tales translated by Randall Jarrell) (1973 both volumes)
        * King Grisly-Beard (by Brothers Grimm) (1973)
        * Pleasant Fieldmouse (by Jan Wahl) (1975)
        * Charlotte and the White Horse (by Ruth Krauss) (1955)
        * Fly by Night (by Randall Jarrell) (1976)
        * The Light Princess (by George MacDonald) (1977)
        * Shadrach (by Meindert Dejong) (1977)
        * The Big Green Book (by Robert Graves) (1978)
        * Nutcracker (written by E.T.A. Hoffmann) (1984)
        * The Love For Three Oranges (The Glyndebourne Version written by Frank Corsaro based on L'Amour des Trois Oranges (by Serge Prokofiev) (1984)
        * Circus Girl (by Jack Sendak) (1985)
        * In Grandpa's House (by Philip Sendak) (1985)
        * The Cunning Little Vixen (by Rudolf Tesnohlidek) (1985)
        * Dear Mili (written by Wilhelm Grimm) (1988)
        * Sing a Song of Popcorn (by Beatrice Schenk de Regniers with various illustrators including Maurice Sendak) (1988)
        * The Big Book for Peace (by various authors and illustrators, cover also by Maurice Sendak) (1990)
        * I Saw Esau (edited by Iona Opie and Peter Opie) (1992)
        * The Golden Key (by George MacDonald) (1992) ISBN 0-374-42590-6
        * We Are All in the Dumps with Jack and Guy: Two Nursery Rhymes with Pictures (traditional nursery rhymes) (Harper Collins) (1993)
        * Pierre: or, The Ambiguities: The Kraken Edition (by Herman Melville) (1995) ISBN 978-0061180095
        * The Miami Giant (written by Arthur Yorinks) (1995)
        * Frank and Joey Go to Work (by Arthur Yorinks also has additional illustrations by Ky Chung (1996)
        * Penthesilea (written by Heinrich von Kleist and Translated and Introduced by Joel Agee) (1998) ISBN 0060956321
        * Dear Genius: The Letters of Ursula Nordstrom (by Ursula Nordstrom - Author, Leonard S. Marcus - Editor) ISBN 0-060-23625-6
        * Swine Lake (written by James Marshall) (1999)
        * Brundibár (written by Tony Kushner) (2003)
        * Sarah's Room (written by Doris Orgel) (2003)
        * The Happy Rain (written by Jack Sendak) (2004)
        * Bears! (written by Ruth Krauss) (2005)

    Collections

        * The Art Of Maurice Sendak (by Selma G. Lanes) (1980) ISBN 0810916002
        * The Art Of Maurice Sendak: From 1980 to the Present (by Tony Kushner) (2003) ISBN 0810944480
        * Making Mischief: A Maurice Sendak Appreciation (by Gregory Maguire) (2009) ISBN 0061689165