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Neil Gaiman Recites 'Jabberwocky' From Memory - Posted December 12, 2014
Once again, Neil Gaiman agreed to perform a reading of a beloved children's story for a Worldbuilders fundraising venture. The choices included Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak, 'Jabberwocky' by Lewis Carroll... [GalleyCat]

HarperCollins Publishes a Bilingual Edition of 'Goodnight Moon' - Posted October 30, 2014
HarperCollins has released the first-ever bilingual version of Goodnight Moon. Goodnight Moon/Buenas Noches, Luna, an English-Spanish board book, has been made available on ... [GalleyCat]

Goodnight Moon Author's Lullabies Published For the First Time - Posted March 4, 2014
Margaret Wise Brown, the author of the iconic children's book Goodnight Moon, has a new collection of lullabies available from Sterling Children's Books called Goodnight Songs. Brown reportedly wrote these songs in ... [AllTwitter]

World's Creepiest Reading of Goodnight Moon - Posted October 31, 2013
Graywolf Press has released a recording of Benjamin Percy reading Goodnight Moon in his incredibly distinctive voice. Percy manages to make the reading of Margaret Wise Brown's book both chilling and... [GalleyCat]

World's Creepiest Reading of Goodnight Moon - Posted October 30, 2013
On SoundCloud, Graywolf Press has released a recording of Benjamin Percy reading Goodnight Moon in his incredibly distinctive voice. We've embedded the audio clip below, Percy manages to make the reading of Marga... [AllTwitter]

Audi's Going to Have A 'Goodnight' This Super Bowl - Posted January 14, 2011
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Charlotte's Web Cover Fetches High Price at Auction - Posted October 18, 2010
Garth Williams' original graphite-and-ink cover for the E.B. White classic, Charlotte's Web sold for $155k at auction. Altogether, 17 bids we... [GalleyCat]

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