What are the best parodies of Goodnight Moon?

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    #1Goodnight Nanny-Cam

    Goodnight Nanny-Cam

    Goodnight Nanny-Cam: A Parody for Modern Parents is a comedic children's book written by Lizzy Ratner and Jen Nessel first published in 2014 by Plume. 


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    Adam Boyd
    Written on April 2, 2018
    "This book is a hilarious take on Goodnight Moon for the modern parent. It is cleverly and funny, and is indeed updated to modern times. You will definitely have to hold back laughter as you read this to your children. This is an incredible night time story."
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    #2Goodnight iPad

    Goodnight iPad
    Goodnight iPad: A Parody for the Next Generation is a humorous children's picture book written by Ann Droyd first published in 2011 by Blue Rider Press. 

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    Nathan Baker
    Written on April 11, 2018
    "I'm not sure how good of a parody this book is, but it is a great tool for the modern age. Written in the style of a children's book, it seems to use tools from our adolescence to teach us to place our electronics aside and get some real, healthy sleep. I like the messaging here. I can be guilty of keeping my phone out late into the night on occasion but my girlfriend does it nearly every night. I'm thinking about showing this to her."
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    #3Goodnight Keith Moon

    Goodnight Keith Moon

    Goodnight Keith Moon is a parody of Goodnight Moon and a humorous fiction book written by Bruce Worden and Clare Cross first published in 2011 by Word of Mouth.


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    Jason Carr
    Written on April 11, 2018
    "This is a great parody of the book Goodnight Moon, a classic so many of us have loved growing up. The twist of using a British rock band member as the focus and making Goodnight Moon into something funny and great for older ages is really quite spectacular. Can't recommend it enough."
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    #4Goodnight Goon

    Goodnight Goon

    Goodnight Goon: A Petrifying Parody is a children's comedic book written by Michael Rex first published in 2008 by G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers. 


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    Victoria Deng
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "May be a little scary for younger children under 6 yrs. old. It says, richly colored illustrations and rhyming text, this creepy yet amusing parody of Goodnight Moon will delight readers ages 4-7 who love monsters and things that go bump in the night. I wouldn't show it to kids under 6 though."
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    #5Goodnight Bush

    Goodnight Bush

    Goodnight Bush: A Parody is a humorous political fiction book written by Erich Origen and Gan Golan first published in 2008 by Little, Brown and Company.  


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    Judith Wheeler
    Written on April 7, 2018
    "I actually really like this Goodnight Moon parody. It's super sweet and my kids love it! I recommend this to all parents. "
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    #6Goodnight Brew

    Goodnight Brew
    Goodnight Brew: A Parody for Beer People is a humorous fiction book written by Karla Oceanak and illustrated by Allie Ogg first published in 2014 by Bailiwick Press. 

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    Marie Bishop
    Written on April 1, 2018
    "Amusing story adaptation from a kids' classic. May want to wait before showing it to the younger ones."
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    #7Goodnight Mr. Darcy

    Goodnight Mr. Darcy

    Goodnight Mr. Darcy is a children's fiction picture book written by Kate Coombs and illustrated by Alli Arnold first published in 2014 by Gibbs Smith. 


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    Shirley Fields
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "A classic children’s book about the moon and night time. Children will enjoy this story at night time. The illustrations are colorful and vivid. "
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    #8Goodnight Lagoon

    Goodnight Lagoon

    Goodnight Lagoon: Spongebob Squarepants is a parody of Goodnight Moon and a humorous book created by Nickelodeon Publishing in 2014 printed by Sourcebooks Jabberwocky. 


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    Christopher Foster
    Written on April 9, 2018
    "My son loves this book.Very nice to have one !!"
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    #9Good Morning Brew

    Good Morning Brew
    Good Morning Brew: A Parody for Coffee People is a children's humorous book written by Karla Oceanak and illustrated by Allie Ogg first published in 2015 by Bailiwick Press. 

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    Jose Schmidt
    Written on April 5, 2018
    "This is a great book. Recommend to read"
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    #10Goodnight Unicorn

    Goodnight Unicorn
    Goodnight Unicorn: A Magical Parody is a children's book written by Karla Oceanak and illustrated by Kendra Spanjer first published in 2016 by Bailiwick Press. 

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    Rodolfo Blanco
    Written on April 7, 2018
    "My son is an old soul. He thinks traditional stories are boring, but he loves parodies of them. So, I came on here looking to find some parodies of Goodnight Moon, my favorite book as a child. I was told to try Goodnight Unicorn. My son loves this book so much he even sleeps with it under his pillow!"
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    #11Goodnight Mars: A Sci-Fi STEM Parody

    Goodnight Mars: A Sci-Fi STEM Parody

    Goodnight Mars: A Sci-Fi STEM Parody is a science fiction short story written by Tesla Mir. Published on 24 November 2018 by Bean Bun Press, this book tells the story of two astronauts in a Martian habitat.



    Written on December 4, 2018
    "'Goodnight Mars' by Tesla Mir is a new (published 2018) Goodnight Moon parody favorite in our house. It's like 'The Martian' meets Spaceballs, meets Goodnight Moon. At the end, there's a STEM-based illustrated vocabulary glossary. If you're a fan of spaceX, you'll love the "pixelated portrait of Elon Musk"."


Best What are the best parodies of Goodnight Moon
1Goodnight Nanny-CamBooks 31 Paid
2Goodnight iPadBooks 24 Paid
3Goodnight Keith MoonBooks 24 Paid
4Goodnight GoonBooks 22 Paid
5Goodnight BushBooks 21 Paid
6Goodnight BrewBooks 18 Paid
7Goodnight Mr. DarcyBooks 17 Paid
8Goodnight LagoonBooks 15 Paid
9Good Morning BrewBooks 14 Paid
10Goodnight UnicornBooks 13 Paid

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