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Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown
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Jun 20, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: children-s-lit

This book is a very good story of children before go to sleep. During the story, children learn to name the furniture and decorations in the room and say goodbye to them. The simple and similar sentences are like a lullaby; it makes children calm down for the daytime’s exciting memory and gradually fall asleep.

The author mentions many animals at the beginning of the story, such as cow, kitten and bear; these elements start children's interests in the book. In addition, the images of living goods in the story are good resources for parents to teach the children to name them.

The biggest unique feature of this book is color. The book has two parts, the previous part is bright which means the light is on; the following part is dark which is after the light turns off. Different color creates the atmosphere of sleeping. I guess when parents finish reading this story, their children must fall asleep; also they can kiss their forehead and say goodbye to them. The book creates a very sweet family relationship.

This is a very good book recommends to all the children around two to six. The little audiences can get ready to sleep together with the little rabbit in the book and say goodbye to every things in the bedroom.
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