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Goodnight moon. Hello nightmare. A short film.

Margaret Wise Brown’s Goodnight Moon is one of the best-selling picture books of all time. More than 11 million copies have sold since it was published in 1947. 363 more words

Children's Books

Goodbye Home

I’m beyond excited for our UK Adventure to begin tomorrow.  But . . . as much as I love to travel, I also don’t like to be away from home for very long.   345 more words


Happy Birthday, Margaret Wise Brown!

Children’s author Margaret Wise Brown was born on 23 May 1910. She is best known for the books Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny.


Of Scuppers, Grace, and Making Do

A little allegory of the soul. Wherever it hides, God will find it.
~ Professor E.M. Ashford

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Of Scuppers, Grace, and Making Do

Dear Father, hear and bless thy beasts and singing birds,
and guard with tenderness small things that have no words.
~ Margaret Wise Brown

Who doesn’t love…

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The Children's Bookshelf: A 2 Year Old's Top 10 "Reads"

Time is flying!! I can’t believe my little man is 2 years old already(and we’re expecting a new baby in October so there’s even more excitement here!)  He’s reached a stage where his love of words and books is really starting to show, and I find it quite exciting. 825 more words

The Childrens' Shelf

Book Review: The Grasshopper and the Ants

This is one of my favorite Silly Symphonies (1934) and I have a few items of memorabilia featuring it in my collection. It’s a classic tale of industriousness versus laziness with the lead character, the Grasshopper, learning a sobering lesson… the hard way! 311 more words