Make it a wild weekend at home or away. Read "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak. Then take a walk in a nearby park or forest and use your imagination to talk about the adventures of young Max, the main character in this beloved children's book. Top off the weekend by seeing the movie of the same name, now in theaters. The entire family will enjoy the mix of real actors, computer animation and live puppeteering that brings the story to life. Contact: www.moviefone.com Above: A scene from "Where the Wild Things Are," in theaters now.
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