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  • Published: 2 October 2017
  • ISBN: 9780241276396
  • Imprint: Dorling Kindersley
  • Format: Board Book
  • Pages: 12
  • RRP: $24.99

Goodnight Baby Moon



A charming bedtime story to share

A wonderfully charming bedtime story to share with children 2 and up. The perfect introduction to our Moon for young children, featuring an engaging light-up LED Moon on the book jacket.

Learn about the different phases of the Moon in Goodnight Baby Moon as you follow a family of little rabbits taking a night-time stroll through the woods. With easy-to-follow text, simple repeated phrases and beautiful spread designs, young children will be fully engaged by this delightful story that is perfect for reading aloud.

Charming and unique, Goodnight Baby Moon will appeal to the imagination of any pre-schooler eager to learn about the natural world around them.

  • Published: 2 October 2017
  • ISBN: 9780241276396
  • Imprint: Dorling Kindersley
  • Format: Board Book
  • Pages: 12
  • RRP: $24.99

Praise for Goodnight Baby Moon

Reasons we love this book: 1/ The front cover of this book features a push BUTTON that lights up a beautiful LED Moon. My daughter has almost worn the batteries out… on, off, on, off, repeat… It’s gorgeous. Such a nice feature to a kids book - what child doesn’t like pushing buttons? Ha! 2/ It teaches children about the world around them. This is a beautiful, simple introduction for little ones to learn about the different phases of the moon. If you have a star gazing, moon lover in your family, or know of one this is the perfect book for them and a nice way to open up a discussion. 3/ It teaches reassurance. Yes, some things that go away DO come back… I like that this book teaches children that although the moon can disappear, it does come back! Like parents going to work or kids going to school etc, they come back. Sometimes things just go away for a little bit. Great toddler book!

Toddler Book Reviews

Wonderful illustrations... Beautifully presented... Goodnight Baby Moon will definitely become a favourite bedtime book for younger children.

James Wright, Impulse Gamer

Simple and pretty illustrations with lots of shadowy blues and greens and black silhouettes are just perfect for young eyes, and the story is short and sweet if you're trying to engage little wrigglers.

Shaye Wardrop, Kids' Book Review

A sweet bedtime tale. It would be a lovely provocation at any age group for discussions about the moon and night. Adorable.

The Little Book Emporium

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