Bill Amend's brilliant understanding of sibling rivalry and generational struggles comes to life in a refreshing blend of humor and truth.
In London's busiest train station, on platform 13, is an old doorway covered in peeling posters, but when opened, is a gateway to a fantasy land where humans live happily with mermaids, ogres, and other creatures. After it's beloved prince is stolen by a wealthy, beastly woman named Mrs. Throttle, the King and Queen employ a wizard, a fey (beings who can spontaneously grow plants), an ogre, and a hag to rescue him. Much to their disgust, he has grown up to be a spoiled rotten, selfish, and fat child. So, instead, they bring back the humble kitchen boy, Ben; ...
Architect Mike Brady marries beautiful young Carol, who has three girls to care for. Likewise, Mike's previous wife's death has left him to raise his three boys all alone. In no time this amalgam becomes the ideal average American middle class family. Of course, raising such a large family isn't easy, so live-in housekeeper Alice Nelson is always there to lend a hand. (imdb.com)
Alex "Skinnybones" Frankovich is the smallest player on his baseball team, and is famous for his big mouth. But even Alex knows he's gone too far when he brags his way into a battle of skills with T.J. Stoner, the Little League legend with a perfect pitching record.
When mischievous Max is sent to bed without dinner, he dreams of sailing to a land filled with wild creatures. When Max is able to tame the creatures and they come to see that he is "the most wild thing of all", he is crowned King and rules over the forest Where the Wild Things Are.
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