Where The Wild Things Are Cake  

This Terrific Where The Wild Things Are Cake was made by Timbo Sullivan from Cakes by Timbo.   This Marvelous wild thing, Carol, is brown and has horns. He is standing in green grass. He has some features that look similar to a lion.

This Terrific Where The Wild Things Are Cake was made for the Everyone’s Story Matters Collaboration which is an international cake collaboration celebrating International Literacy Day in support of ALS Research. To celebrate International Literacy Day, a group of cake artists, from around the world, decided to honour all of the stories that matter to them, and to their children. William Joyce says it best in one of his books “Everyone’s story matters.”

Where The Wild Things Are Cake 

Here is Timbo’s description of this Fabulous cake:

Where The Wild Things Are is the first book I read by myself as a child in first grade, and one of the only books I remember having. I was a big day-dreamer when I was young, so I really liked reading books about kids using their imagination. I’m almost positive this book is the reason I’m so into fantasy and monsters now. I chose to make my favorite “wild thing”, Carol. Ironically, this book that I started reading my first year of school ever….was turned into a movie the year I graduated.

Where the Wild Things Are Cake 

This Marvelous Where The Wild Things Are Cake was made by Kelli Elkadri from Cake Me Away Designs.   

This Fabulous Where The Wild Things Are Cake was made for the Everyone’s Story Matters Collaboration which is an international cake collaboration celebrating International Literacy Day in support of ALS Research. To celebrate International Literacy Day, a group of cake artists, from around the world, decided to honour all of the stories that matter to them, and to their children. William Joyce says it best in one of his books “Everyone’s story matters.”

Where The Wild Things Are Cake

 

 

Here is Kelli’s description of this Fabulous cake:

Picking ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ book for me, was a no-brainer. It was the first book I ever read by myself as a child, and the first book I bought for my son when I found out I was pregnant. It quickly became his favourite book as well! One day when my son was 1, I walked into his room and he was reading ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ by himself, word for word. I watched in amazement thinking that my baby clearly was a genius…until he ‘read’ the words that I always made up to explain what was happening on the pages with no writing. Ratty, worn out, and taped together, having gone through 2 more kids, ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ will always be our family favourite. 

Where The Wild Things Are Cake

Where The Wild Things Are Cake