Goodnight Moon Paperback – Illustrated, January 23, 2007
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PS I am doing an EDIT because of comments I read regarding this classic. Please do your research and read about the psychology of this book, its author, Margaret Wise Brown whose biography, The Great Green Room was fascinating, and treat yourself to the DVD of this. Mesmerizing and soothing. By the way, you all missed the fact that the mouse's placement "moves" on each of the "colored" pages. Engage your little ones with, "where is the mouse"? I hope you are encouraged to revisit this book. It will be time well spent and definitely worth it.
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I adore reading to my two little grandsons who, despite being just 2 and 3, have already developed a real passion for books. This one, however, just hasn’t grabbed their attention at all and is never picked from the shelf when it’s time for a bedtime story. I trust their judgement, so just two stars I’m afraid.
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It truly is a favourite in our household and I would recommend for any with small children, babies, toddlers. Such a nice story to get them talking about, and also help them drift off to sleep.
I am going to purchase a new one soon because the current one is in bad condition because it travels with us everywhere.
However when I received the book there were scribbles through several of the illustrations. Product therefore did not match description and would not recommend seller due to same.
In terms of the book, I had heard this was a classic children's book but I found the rhythm of the book didn't flow nicely for reading to baby, story seemed disjointed and didn't care for the illustrations.
This book is for babies and todders fot like and love , which most of the children do . Is not for adults as they might not undestand the simple rymes or very contured and dark colours . But this book depends how you introducing or read it to your child as a cartoon or a bed time story .