Wild Things makes for an inspiration

    Like many of us the first thing Rob Tornoe did when he heard about Maurice Sendak’s passing Monday was to go into that special closet where his old books were kept.

     

    He thought about how “Where the Wild Things Are” was supposed to be called “Where the Wild Horses Are”.  He could identify with the fact that Sendak could not draw horses very well.  

    Here on the Delaware page we offer Rob’s tribute in addition to our other Newsworks coverage.  We invite your comments as well.

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