Let the Wild Rumpus Start
"Let the Wild Rumpus Start!" cried Max in Where the Wild Things Are. And so it did.
God bless Maurice Sendak for breaking the staid rules of children's literature where every child was portrayed as a little angel, every home with two well-adjusted parents, and nothing interesting ever happened.
In other words, he gave children permission to be children.
MEDIUM 12.75" wide x 13.75" high
LARGE 19"ï_wide x 17.5" high
Cut from sturdy, carpenter-grade 1/4" birch plywood and hand-painted, this bit of decor brightens up any wall.
Drilled with two leveled holes for easy hanging. It ships with two aluminum topped push pins.
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