Where the Wild Things Are Moishe Puppet, 14″

  • Soft & Cuddly
  • Caldacott Award Winner
  • American Classic
  • Recommended Age Range 3 & Up
Product Description
Maurice Sendak’s magical story Where The Wild Things Are has continued to delight generation after generation. This 14″ soft and cuddly Carol (Moishe) plush hand puppet is based from the classic book and anticipated movie.Editorial Review
Where are the “Wild Things”? They are literally at arm’s length, of course, with this authentic hand puppet based on Maurice Sendak’s book, Where the Wild Things Are. Just like brave little Max in this Caldecott Award-win… More >>

Price: $19.99

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5 Responses to “Where the Wild Things Are Moishe Puppet, 14″”

  1. Brings the book to life for us. True to the Sendak’s illustrations and charming, not scary. Well made.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  2. I love this puppet and so does my 3 year old niece:)I bought the book to go along with it. I also have used it when reading Where the Wild Things Are to my kindergarten students and while focusing on the characters of stories.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Jo Shmoe says:

    Very cute and interactive addition to the story. I actually gave this to an adult who teaches reading and loves the book. She couldn’t put it down. She uses it for her students to help them ask and answer questions and get involved in the story. Very cute and a little larger than I expected. Good quality
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. CK says:

    This was a Christmas gift for my 4yo niece (along w/ the book + DVD of this & other Maurice Sendak’s stories). I don’t really know if it was a favorite among all her other Xmas gifts but the Moishe puppet (I think) IS really cute & at a glance seems like it’s decently made.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. CJM says:

    The sole purpose of Where the Wild Things Are is to use the enticing qualities inherent in large, seemingly kind and soft furry creatures to lure little boys behind trees and masturbate themselves into a demonic frenzy which eventually leads to them to selecting homosexuality as a hobby! What’s even more disgusting about the film version of Where the Wild Things Are is that viewers will actually see a little boy beckoned behind a tree by the soothing voice of actor, James Gandolfini! A voice I could only imagine as a child! What happens behind the tree, is thankfully kept off camera – but the explicit images it calls up in one’s mind are enough to shock even the most deviant predatory Catholic Priest! Friends, it doesn’t matter if this story is told in a book, or in a movie! The result is still a shame!

    Rating: 1 / 5

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