Goodnight Moon


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In this bedtime book for children, Rabbit says goodnight to all the things in the nursery before he falls asleep.

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Mary Ann P

Dec 5, 2014

Old favorite

The original family copy was lost before the child who is receiving this was born, so it will be a new adventure for her.

Patricia W

Apr 24, 2014

Good night Moon

As fasr as I know my nephew and his wife like the book for their son. I gave it for his first birthday so he can't tell me much. Shipping and condition of book was just fine. Quick and in perfect shape. What more can I say?


Jul 15, 2012

Missed It As A Kid

I bought the book after heaing on The Bob Edwards Show that it had been put to music and that most people had had the book as a kid. Somehow, I missed out and had never heard of it. Then come to find out that my kids are reading it to their kids!! It is a good bed time story and actually does seem ageless. The illistrations are cute and following the mouse is one of the things that kids I now read it to like to do. The book was a library book and I like to buy books previously from libraries (and part of the purchase price went to a library). It is in excellent condition. I would recommend this book to young parents or other "kids" who missed out long ago.


May 13, 2010

Beloved book by several generations

This precious story by Margaret Wise Brown is a classic spanning generations of children for a reason-it is so sweet! The moon is a special icon to children, and night time is a good time to read to them. Naturally, a story about a touchstone is beloved. As a child, I never owned it, but borrowed it from the library bookmobile many times. As a grandmother, I still love it, and read it to my grandchildren often. They love it just as much as I, and it generates a lot of fascinating discussion with them. I highly recommend it for parents, grandparents and children.


Jul 7, 2009

Let The Pencil take you on an adventure

The Pencil, by Allan Ahlberg and Bruce Ingman is a simple, yet imaginative book. The Pencil will give children an example for where their imagination can take them. It is refreshing to see a storyline that gives children insight into art and creativity to occupy their time. This book is a prime example that simplicity in writing can be best. The Pencil is a book to be enjoyed by parents, teachers, and children alike.

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