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Books with title Goodnight Moon

  • Goodnight, Goodnight

    Eve Rice

    Hardcover (William Morrow & Co, Aug. 1, 1980)
    Goodnight comes to all the people in the town and to the little cat as well.
  • Goodnight Goat

    Elizabeth Turnbull, Erin Vaganos

    language (Light Messages Publishing, Oct. 3, 2013)
    Well worth acquiring. -Kirkus Reviews"Beautiful illustrations show tints from blues to browns and reds gradually darkening into the night, inviting sleep. Bonnwit Kabrit is a lovely bicultural bedtime story for young children everywhere." -The Midwest Book ReviewIn this delightful, rhyming bedtime story, children journey across Haiti, saying goodnight to scenes the nation’s children would know from their daily lives. From the calico cat to the pink flowers of the bouganvillea to the sweet goat nestled beneath the starry sky, children will embark on an exciting bedtime journey as one by one they say, bonnwit.Words of Haitian Creole are sprinkled throughout the text to expand children’s vocabulary and introduce them to a new language. A helpful pronunciation guide at the back teaches readers how to say the words aloud.
  • Goodnight, Goodnight!

    Matthew Hopkins

    eBook (, Aug. 12, 2016)
    Children's book, written with the intent to help wind down a child for bed.
  • Goodnight Moon

    Margaret Wise Brown

    Paperback (Weston Woods, June 1, 1983)
  • Goodnight. Goodnight. Goodnight.

    Lynne Dempsey

    language (Simply Creative, May 28, 2017)
    Rest. Sleep. Dream. A calming book with beautiful illustrations, simply sentences, and few words. Goodnight. Goodnight. Goodnight.
  • Goodnight

    Penelope Coad, Dominique Falla

    Paperback (Sra, June 1, 1994)
    Rhyming text and illustrations depict how a child and various animals sleep.
  • Goodnight

    Marjan van Zeyl

    Hardcover (Wynstones Press, April 1, 2007)
    Goodnight is a “concertina” board book, with five sections that fold out to about four feet long―all in beautiful color. The soft watercolor pictures by Marjan van Zeyl follow the child’s journey into sleep, through the night, and to waking in the morning. (Ages 3–6)
  • Goodnight Moon Lap Edition

    Margaret Wise Brown, Clement Hurd

    Board book (HarperFestival, Sept. 4, 2001)
    This classic bedtime story that has lulled generations of children to sleep is the perfect first book to share with a child.
  • Goodnight Mister Moon

    Jupiter Kids

    Paperback (Speedy Publishing LLC, Sept. 17, 2014)
    Noah loves when the sun sets in the sky, painting it with vivid colors of pink, blue, orange and purple until dusk and the night enfolds the skies. His mom coaxes him to stroll with her on a late evening walk. They have fun talking about the Moon and about the first Man to get to the moon. Join Henry and his mom on moon gazing adventure!
  • Goodnight Monster!:

    Chloe Sanders

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, )
  • Goodnight Max

    Hanne Turk

    Paperback (Simon & Schuster, Sept. 1, 1983)
  • Goodnight

    Lois Rock, Kay Widdowson

    Paperback (Lion Hudson, June 22, 2012)
    Here I Am is part of the Prayers for Little Hands series, which each feature a single prayer on a simple theme. Each spread features a large pop-in jigsaw piece that reflects the words of the prayer, to help children learn to pray through play. Titles publishing in the Prayers for Little Hands series: God Bless Goodnight Here I Am Thank You, God