Goodnight Moon Doc ´ 32 pages ↠ Margaret wise brown

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Goodnight Moon Doc ´ 32 pages ↠ Margaret wise brown ↠ ❰KINDLE❯ ❆ Goodnight Moon Author Margaret Wise Brown – Horticulturetrader.co.uk In a great green room tucked away in bed is a little bunny Goodnight room goodnight moon And to all the familiar things in the softly lit room to the pictuErature beloved by generations of readers and listeners the uiet poetry of the words and the gentle lulling illustrations combine to make a perfect book for the end of the day “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 dayThe book describes a bedtime ritual than telling an actual story A young anthropomorphic bunny is in bed saying “good night” to everything she can see around her “Goodnight room Goodnight moon Goodnight cow jumping over the moon Goodnight light and the red balloon ”There are three books in the series all by the same author and illustrator the others being “The Runaway Bunny” and “My World” These three books have been published together as a collection with the overall title “Over the Moon”In this rhyming poem the bunny works her way through seemingly random but personally significant objects such as a red balloon the bunny’s doll’s house two kittens a brush and comb and so on The book has slowly become a bestseller It has currently sold an estimated 48 million copies and been translated into over a dozen different languages It is hard to see the attraction save that a bedtime ritual is helpful and reassuring little children love rhymes and a familiar short book often becomes a favourite The illustrations are simply drawn and coloured in flat areas with no shading There is a spacious feel about the room however and the light cast on the bunny seems benevolent; the moon outside friendly the twinkly stars restful and familiar To an adult it may seem surreal but there is an appeal for young children It seems to be the case with several great writers of children’s classics that they never leave their childhood behind in the conventional way They never really become settled domestically in happy relationships or as normally functioning members of society Perhaps the most inspired children’s writers never grow up Margaret Wise Brown was a restless and unsettled person She never had children of her own and her affairs were often chaotic and unstable She had periods of despair and loneliness and there are many reports of her provocative or obstructive comments Her books may seem delightfully whimsical but under the surface seemingly lies isolation and turmoil She called one longstanding lesbian lover “Rabbit” but even their relationship was by all accounts rocky and tormented In desperation her lover once took an illustrator aside and said “Why don’t you marry Margaret and take her off my hands?” Perhaps it is the author’s brittle and alienated personality which enabled her to empathise with how little children would feel reassured Margaret Wise Brown once said that she considered the purpose of children’s books to be “to jog him with the unexpected and comfort him with the familiar”uite prolific in her work Margaret Wise Brown originally worked as a teacher and also studied art It was while working at the “Bank Street Experimental School” in New York City th

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In a great green room tucked away in bed is a little bunny Goodnight room goodnight moon And to all the familiar things in the softly lit room to the picture of the three litt 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 timeLuckily while I was having this discussion with a library patron the director happened to walk by and she knew the answerYou see the doll on the shelf behind the old lady rabbit's head?It's not wearing any clothesThe horror the horror Anyway here's LeVar Burton reading this risué book to Neil deGrasse Tyson a fascinating article about a librarian who REALLY HATED this book

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Goodnight MoonLe bears sitting on chairs to the clocks and his socks to the mittens and the kittens to everything one by one the little bunny says goodnightIn this classic of children's lit “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 the filthy rodent that’ll probably leave droppings in said mush as you rest comfortably ETERNALLY Because when you’re about to kick off even the fecal matter your little brother leaves on the toilet after he forgets to wipe his butt is endearing and the tasteless formless garbage your nation has sold to you as “food” reminds you that's it's better to have the faculties to hate and loathe than to have nothing at all Most classic poets painted death with a palette of the morose and depressing There was no room for cliché rhymes and red balloons in the classic written rendering of death until Margaret Wise Brown came into the picture In 1947 Brown threw out all the conventions established by previous poets writing about death bidding folks like Yeats and Donne to say “goodnight air” as she peppered her death poetry with balloons bears and cows jumping over the moonHer work reminds us that death does not have to be a subject of woe Death is best reminisced about with a cocktail of kittens and mittens chairs and bears The proverbial spoonful of sugar Brown gives to us with her stylistic rendering helps the medicine go down as it were continuing the discourse established by her predecessors and taking it in a direction desperately needed by people today This is not just a book about a stubborn rabbit with OCD who will not go to bed until he lists everything in his room This is a story about the human condition and a celebration of our greatest collective vulnerability Read This Shit