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Goodnight, Moon is the chilling portrayal of a small child represented, oddly enough, by a rabbit , listing the things in their bedroom and then saying goonight to them, one by one.At best, this is obvious stalling behavior by a willful child, remaining undealt with by a programmed parent At worst, it may be a symptom of what could turn into a crippling obsessive compulsive disorder, compelling the unnamed child to wish inanimate objects good night well past the threshold of exhaustion and madne [...]
I was stunned to see this appear on a list of banned books I mean, seriously What could be innocent than this book What within these brightly colored pages could possibly be considered objectionable A Google search revealed nothing Even Wiki let me down this time.Luckily, while I was having this discussion with a library patron, the director happened to walk by, and she knew the answer.You see the doll on the shelf behind the old lady rabbit s head It s not wearing any clothes.The horror, the [...]
Margaret Wise Brown s nihilistic classic is a howling renunciation of God, here depicted as a quiet old lady whispering hush There is no afterlife here, no reward, no release from the crushing mundanity of life There is only the bowl of pathetic mush, the forlorn mittens, the abandoned balloon, the telephone that never rings We live our lives in a great green room , but at the end we accumulate nothing but the discarded trappings of our childhoods Even love cannot offer solace where are our fami [...]
A great man in his pride Casts derision upon Supersession of breath He knows death to the bone Man has created death William Butler Yeats Goodnight Moon Goodnight Air Goodnight noises everywhere Margaret Wise BrownThere s only one time in your life that you say goodbye to everything you ve come to know and love and even dedicate a little time saying goodbye to the things you ve come to hate the shitty bowl of mush growing cold on the night stand that your old lady tries to pass off as food, t [...]
why do people like this book finding the little mouse on each page is fun, but other than that it s just a dumb book there is a lame attempt to rhymemetimes there s no rhythm i don t get it.
Wonderful book that makes you feel that everything will be fresh and new in the morning.
What is about this book that haunts me Is it the deep sense of emptiness That the room stays the same, but objects move and light slowly fades into dark That the narrator has no connection at all with the only other human, the old lady whispering hush Or is that that the narrator says goodnight to nobody, that as we go outside her room, we see only stars no people, no cities It s as if this little bunny is the last one on earth, and is being watched by some robotic nanny bunny I get the chills r [...]
The baby bunny is oddly unengaged with a temperamental grandma bunny as he or she watches the room grow darker even though the moon rises Despite these inconsistencies and occasional strange reading cadences goodnight nobody what does that mean , I would recommend book to anyone interested in going to bed at night and suffers from separation anxiety with inanimate objects.
In the great green roomThere was a telephoneAnd a red balloonAnd a picture of Goodnight Moon is a classic and well loved American children s picture book from 1947 It was written by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd Many American adults remember it as their favourite bedtime story, and it continues to lull young children to sleep to this very day.The book describes a bedtime ritual, than telling an actual story A young anthropomorphic bunny is in bed saying good night to every [...]
I think this is a book you have to have read first when you were very young in order to LOVE it At least for me, when I first read it as an adult, I just didn t get why it is such a classic and why so many people count it as their all time favorite first book from their childhood I can see that this is a nice book for reading at bedtime But the list of things on the goodnight list just seems really random to me I wonder if some kids love it because they can soon read it themselves, long before t [...]
I first read this book in August of 2007, and I liked it so much that I ve read it every evening for nearly 500 consecutive days now I was initially attracted to the simple sweetness of the story, but with each reading another complex layer is revealed, and questions arise.A close inspection of the room s artwork gives you your first clue that not all is right with this world The cow jumping over the moon Standard nursery wall fare The three bears More storybook silliness, but wait there s no G [...]
Goodnight Moon is a classic bedtime story by Margaret Wise Brown along with illustrations by Clement Hurd and it is basically about a small rabbit is saying goodnight to all the objects and pets in his room Goodnight Moon is a true cult hit for children of all ages.Margaret Wise Brown s story is extremely cute and heartwarming as the little rabbit not only says goodnight to everything he spots in his room, but also states to the audience about the various things that he spots, similar to how the [...]
I came across this classic today and well where do I begin The back cover advises that this is the perfect first book to share with a child My family agreed so I had to read this inane story every night to my son until I was able to locate significantly better board books That is, until I made it to the local bookshop and grabbed any and everything that wasn t Goodnight Moon Ten years later, my son disdains books and, upon rediscovering this, I now know why Now I understand why the cover doesn t [...]
Mantric Ethereal Hypnotic Goodnight Moon is pretty brilliant for a board book Well done, Margaret Wise Brown It rhymes It repeats And the pages alternate between color and black and white, perhaps suggesting that the little bunny is falling asleep and sees these objects in his mind or half sleep But it makes you wonder if any of this is real or if he s just imagining the clearly arbitrary colored bedroom in his dreams It s like Inception but for kids and with bunnies And much like that spinning [...]
I have read this to my daughter since she was two months old She is now 20 months old going on 21 months and I have to say that I grown to appreciate this book This is not only due to the enjoyment she gets or because the little rabbit procrastinates going to bed like my little one does No, like all great children s literature, this book has a couple of layers I enjoy this book because I think it s about a child s version of death I m not crazy promise Maybe it s the perplexing Old Lady whisperi [...]
A heartbreakingly spare story about the heat death of the universe One by one the things of the world are bid adieu Beginning with small losses clocks, socks, a young mouse who will never reach adulthood, the stakes rise relentlessly until the loss of the atmosphere, stars, and sound itself In the end the illustrated moon shines on, a reminder of things lost, but the protagonist and the reader are left sleeping in the dark.
This post modernist take on nocturnal rabbit activity has been widely acclaimed by pundits and neophytes alike Although the end is itself anticlimactic, the book throughout alternates between a Jeffersonian systematic formulation of an intuitively quixotic plot and a reductive encapsulation of the bed time ritual that is practically, in its essence, Elizabethan A revisionist reading unearths the Orwellian presence of the hushing lady, which is countermanded by the ideological shift introduced to [...]
2.0 stars This is one I did not read as a child and first read to my younger daughter when she was three Not one of my favorites.g on Dr Seuss.
I choose this book as it s widely regarded as a classic children s book Although it is considered to be a bedtime story a rhyme about a childs bedtime ritual of saying goodnight to everything they can see from their bed I believe that the short rhyming couplets about subjects that most children would be familiar with make it an ideal book for building literacy skills Although the edition I read was a board book, it is also availbe in paperback and hardback formats which would probably be suitab [...]
Can anything truly be said to speak with less than lavish, rhapsodic adoration of Margaret Wise Brown s classic children s book Just as mothers and their babes in arms have the uncanny ability to synchronize their heartbeats by a single loving glance, the lyrical cadence and soothing, repetitive text makes reading Goodnight Moon a compulsive act of gentle rocking motion, lulling the reader into an involuntary ebb and flow The words of the bedtime story fall from the lips as a lullaby it is impos [...]
I bet most households have a copy of this book My mother read it to me when I was very young The pictures are so vivid and the rhyming is such fun.I don t have my original copy but I do have two that I picked up when I came across them in book stores And I still smile as I look at the pictures and read the rhymes aloud.Such a lovely bedtime story A classic that never gets old and all ages will enjoy.I own a copy of this book My review is voluntarily given.
Omg I still love this book I read it to baby carmine last night during reading time and he didn t understand much if anything, but as he gets older I think we will say goodnight to everything Love it
Read this a super long time ago and really liked it
For shame My grandson doesn t care for this book I ranted and raved for a good ten minutes when he refused to let me read it to him He found this the ranting hysterical which only made me angrier You will read this Toothy grin Look There s a little mouse on every page that you can find Toothy shrug Logan, this is a classic Toothy, wet sneeze.Logan toddles over with Give me strength.
This book holds a special place in my heart My mother used to read it to my brother and me allthe time when we were younger, until she grew so tired of it that she bought it for us on cassette and we played it enough times that the tape became messed up The illustrations are phenomenal, the wording light and simple It s something we can all relate to, saying no goodnight to anything and everyone, just to prolong our bedtime I m glad that, at the ripe old age of 22, I bought my own copy and share [...]
There s something deep about this bedtime story and I can t put my finger on it.Is it the emptiness The way everything goes to sleep Here s a narrated version of the story youtu 9yu_g5x3ZoQGoodnight stars, goodnight airGoodnight noises, everywhere
My girls used to love me to read this one to them at bedtime.
Children s classic Since my youngest has been home sick for over a week, I got the joy of rediscovering this one hundreds of times Seriously, all of my kids were obsessed with this one at one point or another.
Publication 1947Grade Age PreK 2nd gradeAnnotation The classic story of a bunny s going to bed ritual as he bids goodnight to different objects in his room Themes Bedtime, stories in rhyme, rabbitsWays to use the book Language Arts Goodnight to Your Room Have children make lists of all the items in their own rooms that they could say goodnight to before going to sleep If they want, they can draw pictures of their rooms, labeling each item they would bid goodnight.Math Telling Time Have children [...]
My boy Goodnight moon.Goodnight Caleb jumping over the moon I ve read this one to Caleb multiple times because we love it He seems to enjoy it as much as a 6 month old can , and looks at the pages for the most part I like to read this one because it has good rhythm, fun rhymes, and it flows well I find it easy and enjoyable to read aloud This is quickly becoming a favorite and one I d be happy to read to him every day Trying to expand our horizons a bit though, and read other ones too First read [...]