4 edition of Goodnight Moon found in the catalog.
|Statement||Perfection Learning Prebound|
|Publishers||Perfection Learning Prebound|
|LC Classifications||September 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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The illustrations feature some last-minute edits. " She is currently polishing 23 books more or less simultaneously.
" Horn Book Magazine Vol. It would prove to be a life-altering experience. Through a Child's Eyes: September 11, 2001 2003• At least not as a group. "Pros and kid testers pick the best". And, in fact, never married. Author writes that the book is possibly the only "realistic story" to gain the universal affection of a fairy-tale, although she also noted that it is actually a "deceptively simple ritual" rather than a story.
Making of Goodnight Moon New York: HarperTrophy, 1997p. Young children, they believed, didn't need fantasy—daily routines were still new and exciting and in need of further exploration.
The illustrations alternate between 2-page black-and-white spreads of objects and 2-page color spreads of the room, like the other books in the series; this was a common cost-saving technique at the time.
" Brown certainly understood this fact.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer January 11, 2007.
The top shelf of the bookshelf, below the Runaway Bunny painting, holds an open copy of The Runaway Bunny, and there is a copy of Goodnight Moon on the nightstand.
Ultimately, the constant windfall from Goodnight Moon's sales funded his bad and often illegal behavior—drug possession and attempts to kidnap his own children—setting him up for a life of crime and estrangement from the rest of his family.
This book is the second in Brown and Hurd's "classic series", which also includes and.