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Goodnight Moon 123: A Counting Book (original 1947; edition 2007)

by Margaret Wise Brown, Clement Hurd (Illustrator)

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Title:Goodnight Moon 123: A Counting Book
Authors:Margaret Wise Brown
Other authors:Clement Hurd (Illustrator)
Info:HarperCollins (2007), Hardcover, 32 pages
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Goodnight Moon 123: A Counting Book by Margaret Wise Brown (1947)

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This is a good one to read to a child before bed.
  kredlove | Dec 6, 2012 |
Goodnight Moon 123 is a nice book that may fall under the popularity wing of the original, but falls short in the world of counting books. Sweet and simple is good, but sometimes that all it is: sweet and simple.
  aevans1 | Nov 27, 2012 |
The appropriate level for this books is Pre-K and Kindergarten. This book has the pictures from Goodnight Moon but uses number sentences to tell the story. This book could be used in the classroom to test a child's knowledge of numbers or practicing numbers. Children could also use the book as a reference in creating their own number book.
  Ebinns | Sep 20, 2011 |
Another wonderful companion to Goodnight Moon, children will surely enjoy learning how to count along with the 'quiet old lady.'
  caitlinbennison | Jun 9, 2011 |
Part B/beginning/counting

The story teaches beginning learners the numbers 1 through 10 in this chronological order. The story uses the familiar favorite bedtime story, Goodnight Moon. The setting is in a green room where a mother rabbit, who sits in a rocking chair, is waiting for her child to fall asleep. Examples are: Five telephones” with the letters five in a different color; five telephones accompany the words. In addition, the number is located on the left of even pages and on the right of odd pages. After the story reaches to 10, it oddly jumps to “One hundred stars.”

Some of the objects, such as balloons, socks, and mittens seem out of place.

Children will enjoy Ten Little Circus MIce story more because it is colorful and filled with illustrations. The latter story, Good Night Moon 123 is a bit different because it is filled with a combination of black and white and colorful photos and illustrations. Unless a child wants to learn about train, they will not give this book a second glance.
  ptnguyen | Jul 9, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061125938, Hardcover)

In the great green room, there's one quiet old lady whispering hush...

Two little kittens...

Three little bears...

Count all the way to one hundred stars and look for the familiar things from Goodnight Moon, everyone's favorite bedtime story.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:26:41 -0400)

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A little bunny counts and bids goodnight to all the objects in his room before falling asleep.

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