by Maurice Sendak
With a benevolent moon as their guardian, Jack and Guy make their way out of the dumps, rescue a poor little kid with a black eye, and bring him home in triumph. In this, as in all his greatest books, Sendak speaks for children everywhere. They will recognize that what matters to him also matters, intensely, to them. Full-color illustrations.
We Are All in the Dumps with Jack and Guy
Pub Date: September 30, 1993
Copyright Date: 1993
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