|In the Night Kitchen||Book Author||n/a||1|
|Tell Them Anything You Want: A Portrait of Maurice Sendak||Actor||n/a||7|
|Wrestling with Angels||2006||Actor||Himself||20067|
|The World of Jim Henson||Actor||n/a||7|
|Secret World of the Very Young||1985 1984 - 1985||Actor||n/a||19857|
|Really Rosie: Starring the Nutshell Kids||1975 1974 - 1975||Director||n/a||4|
|Where the Wild Things Are||2009||Producer||n/a||3|
|George and Martha||2000 1998 - 2000||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Maurice Sendak's Little Bear||2002 1995 - 2002||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Seven Little Monsters||2003 2000 - 2003||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Nutcracker: The Motion Picture||1986||Screenplay||Conceived by||1|
|Little Bear Movie||2001||Source Material||(from novel series: "The Little Bear")||1|
|Where the Wild Things Are||2009||Source Material||(Book: "Where the Wild Things Are")||1|
|The Juilliard Opera: Hansel und Gretel||1998 1997 - 1998||Set Designer||n/a||1|
|Nutcracker: The Motion Picture||1986||Production Designer||n/a||1|
|Nutcracker: The Motion Picture||1986||Set Designer||Sets||1|
|Nutcracker: The Motion Picture||1986||Costumes||n/a||1|
|Longtime partner Dr. Eugene Glyn died of cancer|
|Worked as window display artist at F.A.O. Schwarz in NYC; met Ursula Nordstrom, children’s book editor at Harper & Row|
|Received the Hans Christian Andersen Award for children's book illustration from the Queen of Sweden; dedicated In the Night Kitchen to his parents|
|Wrote and illustrated Higglety, Pigglety, Pop! or, There Must be More to Life in honor of beloved dog Jennie|
|Co-produced feature film adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are, directed by Spike Jonze; featured voices of James Gandolfini and Chris Coooper|
|Moved to Connecticut|
|Wrote and illustrated his first book Kenny’s Window|
|Awarded with the American National Medal of the Arts by President Bill Clinton|
|Illustrated ﬁrst children’s book, Marcel Aymé's The Wonderful Farm|
|Published four-book collection The Nutshell Library, which included Chicken Soup with Rice|
|Featured in Selma Lanes' biography The Art of Maurice Sendak|
|Collaborated with playwright and friend Tony Kushner on English version of Brundibar, based on a Czech children's opera|
|Completed ﬁrst book illustrations for Atomics for the Millions|
|Earned international acclaim with Where the Wild Things Are, about a boy who imagines a world inhabited by monsters|
|Wrote and designed opera adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are|
|Wrote and illustrated Outside Over There, about a girl who rescues her baby sister from goblins|
|Won prestigious Caldecott Medal from the American Library Association for Where the Wild Things Are|
|Wrote and illustrated first book in thirty years Bumble-Ardy|
|Wrote and directed "Really Rosie" (CBS), featuring the voice of Carole King|
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