I agree! I read this book to my children every night before bedtime when they were very young, ages 2, 3 and 4. They loved it so much, and I loved reading it too, because it's loving, soothing and gives the feeling of living in a world that's safe, unlike some old fiarytale books with characters out to hunt, or blow your house down, poison apples, etc.
I would really suggest parents read this book to very young children. Mine always loved it, and it deserves to be the classic it has become!
This forum is just like the book: almost empty. The only thing interesting about "Good Night Moon" is the slightly sinister undertone. My toddler wanted to know why the rabbit "child" didn't say a prayer before bed. I think I know.
I bought this book to read to my Grandson in the mid to late '90s. His book had a moon that would "light up" when you pushed it and showed, through a "moon-sized" hole, all the way to the end of the story. He and his baby brother loved it. Not knowing my son would be a Dad at age 50, I gave the book away, and don't have it to read to his baby girl of 9months. HELP!!! I'd LOVE to find one for baby Grace.