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Good Night, Planet

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3.98  ·  Rating details ·  323 ratings  ·  73 reviews
When you go off to sleep, your toys go out to play! After a long day of jumping in leaves and reading her favorite books, this little girl is wornout, but her favorite stuffed animal, Planet, is just getting started. Planet befriends a dog, gobbles a cookie, and takes a leap into the unknown.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 12th 2017 by Toon Books (first published 2017)
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David Schaafsma
Jul 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: gn-children
I like the work of Liniers, but read this now because it won the 2018 Eisner Comic Industry Award for Best Publication for Early Readers (up to age 8) recently. It's a sweet and largely unremarkable story of a girl, her dog, and her floppy toy rabbit named Planet. (Right, I thought it was going to be an environmental story! Not!). It's one of these I-Fell-Asleep-and-the-Toys-Came-Alive stories, where after the girl goes to sleep Planet hangs with the dog, and a mouse, eating cookies together, an ...more
Melki
Sep 28, 2017 rated it really liked it
While a little girl sleeps, her favorite stuffed toy has a big adventure with the family dog and an enterprising mouse. Very cute story, laid out in graphic novel format for early readers.
Jon(athan) Nakapalau
Wonderful story about the life of toys after children go to bed - the pictures are magical and will bring back memories of your favorite stuffed animal toy.
Kimberly
Nov 20, 2017 rated it really liked it
Guys! I read a TOON book and didn't hate it!

In fact, I quite liked this one!

Mark this day down on the calendar.
Agnė
Good Night, Planet is a sweet beginning reader in a graphic novel format, but nothing really special.

The story, characters, dialogue are all OK. For example, a stuffed toy named Planet sounds kind of preachy to me. A conversation between a mouse and Planet is a good case in point:
"Planet! That's a big name for such a small animal."
"Every animal, big or small, is a whole universe."

The artwork is also OK. Personally, I'm not a fan of red human noses. However, animals are drawn very realistically
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Nicola Mansfield
Sep 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
Beautiful illustrations. This is a level 2 easy reader. It starts off wordless, gets into the story and then ends wordless so there isn't a lot of text. About a nighttime adventure of a little girl's stuffed animal, Planet. A sweet story that would also make a good bedtime story for non-readers.
Laura Harrison
Oct 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Stunning, early reader graphic novel. I hope Liniers is more heavily promoted in the U.S. I fell in love with him when I first discovered Written and Drawn by Henrietta. I see a Caldecott in the future for Liniers now that he is a Vermont resident. He is that good. Check him out!
Tasha
Oct 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A little girl goes to sleep with her favorite stuffed animal, Planet, at her side. Once she is sleeping, Planet gets out of bed and starts his own adventures. They involve visiting with the dog, eating some cookies together, climbing a tree and seeing the full moon. Getting down from the tree is an adventure in itself and takes a bit of a run and a leap. They befriend a mouse along the way, share some more cookies together and then return to bed. Based on Liniers’ own daughter’s stuffed animal a ...more
Carol  Vanhook
Planet is the little girl's bunny! He is a wonderful playmate -- very agreeable to any adventures that await. See what the bunny does at bedtime! This comic book will be read over and over again and that's a guarantee! The illustrations are in comic format, some strips with words and others are wordless! There will be a lot to talk about when reading this story!
Beth
I loved, loved, loved this sweet graphic novel!!! The pictures are gorgeous, and the story is soooooo sweet! It would be a really nice bedtime story for a younger child, but I think all ages would enjoy this book.
Mary Anne
Oct 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kids-graphics
Lovely illustrations and an amazing tale told in comic book form. Planet, a toy rabbit, is capable of amazing things at night when his girl is sleeping.
Natalie  Sapkarov Harvey
Love all three Toon Books by Liniers. More, please!
Ms. Jeane
Oct 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Loved this adorbale, short little graphic novel!
Beverly
Oct 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: jf-beginners
This young reader is divided into panels similar to a comic book; and while there is easy reading text, there are also several wordless panels.
Heidi
Sep 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
A cute early comic about a stuffed toy coming to life and having an adventure will the girl sleeps. A great introduction to the format.
emma
May 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2018, kids-j, comics
WHAT a sweet comic. A little girl's deer stuffie comes awake at night, in pursuit of cookies and friends.
Kathy
Dec 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A minimally wordy slim graphic novel, as a girl plays with her stuffed animal, "Planeta". Then when she falls asleep, Planeta comes to life and has adventures with the dog and a little mouse. A dark palette using soy based inks for a gentle story reminiscent of the old Raggedy Ann. The author is from Argentina but currently lives in Vermont.
Laura Molinario
Dec 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Picture Book
Gina
Dec 05, 2017 rated it really liked it
Pretty charming. It's a simple story, but one that children should relate to, and they should enjoy the animal characters.

It is actually more in comic book form than picture book, which can be good for introducing children to that format.
Mark Robison
Dec 03, 2017 rated it really liked it
Short book for small children about a stuffed toy animal named Planet who goes out at night and teams up with a mouse and a dog. Lovely art and a good story. “Every animal, big or small, is a whole universe.” Grade: A-
Lisa Nagel
Nov 25, 2017 rated it really liked it
Simple sweet story with beautiful illustrations.
Marie Sheedy
Nov 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphic-novels
This graphic novel starts out wordless, allowing the reader to devise their own story from the beautiful illustrations. While the novel begins and ends without text, there is only a little bit of text in the middle, making it a really nice graphic novel for young readers. The story begins with a little girl having fun playing outside with her beloved stuffed rabbit. It is clear through the illustrations how much her toy means to her. The stuffed animal actually comes to life at night, and its ad ...more
Patti
Nov 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
Ever wonder what your stuffies do when you go to sleep? After adventuring all day with her child, Planet goes on a nighttime adventure with her friend Elliot, the family dog, and a mouse to find the biggest cookie in the world. Adorable, beautifully illustrated. Recommended for pre-K to 2nd grade
Allie
So good! Some of Liniers' work is too creepy (like What There Is Before There Is Anything There, but his Toon books are just perfect. This story is based on his youngest daughter, their doggo, and her stuffed deer named Planet. Inanimate-objects-come-alive is pretty well-trodden territory, but when done well it's not really a trope I tire of. I like Liniers' pen and watercolor illustrations, and his style of drawing people vs. the environment made for a fun mix of cartoonishness and realism.
Stephanie Tournas
A little girl has a busy day playing with her stuffed bunny Planet. When she goes to sleep, Planet has adventures of his own, with the dog Elliot and a mysterious mouse named Bradley. Adorable illustrations show the little girl's world, with few words, but with expertly arranges cels, from one to nine a page. Liniers' charming ink and watercolor drawings draw the reader in to this nighttime drama and the simple text should be pleasing to new readers.
Elaine Fultz
Oct 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing
So simple and so perfect. A precious stuffed animal named Planet snarfs cookies with the dog while its child sleeps. A misguided mouse tries to lead them to a bigger cookie, but inevitably enjoys the usual fare with Planet & Co.
robyn
Oct 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Okay, fair warning - this is not a review. I simply LOVED this book. I thought it was cute and funny and touching. It's as simple as that. thanx! :-)
Karen Arendt
Such beautiful illustrations and sweet story
Leslie
Sep 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: graphic
Adorable depiction of what a stuffed animal, pet dog and mischievous mouse are up to at night.
Angela
Aug 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
A mesmerizing early graphic novel/easy reader.
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Nombre con el que firma el historietista Ricardo Liniers Siri.

Ricardo Liniers lives in Buenos Aires with his wife and two daughters, who inspired this story. For more than ten years, he has published a hugely popular daily strip, Macanudo, in the Argentine newspaper La Nación. He also tours the world drawing onstage with musician Kevin Johansen. His work has been published in nine countries from B
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