Kenny dreams of a fabulous land where he would like to live always, and in his search for it discovers many things about himself and about growing up. ‘An unusual, imaginative story . . . in which reality blends with make-believe.' 'SLJ.
1956 Children's Spring Book Festival Honor Book (NY Herald Tribune)
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Review: Kenny's WindowUser Review - Kathy England - Goodreads
I found this at a used book store this past week. See review of The Sign on Rosie's Door. Not terribly impressed. I felt like it was Sendak's answer to Alice in Wonderland, except for smaller children. I also thought he might have been just a bit high when he wrote it. Read full review
Review: Kenny's WindowUser Review - David - Goodreads
A very surreal children's story debut from Maurice Sendak. The themes are very subtle and kind of lost even to adults. It seems to lack a *real* theme or point other than the power of a child's ... Read full review