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* AnthropomorphicAnimal: The protagonist is a rabbit.


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* FunnyAnimal: The protagonist is a rabbit.

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* GettingReadyForBedPlot: The book is about the bunny saying goodnight to everything and everyone as he goes to bed.

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* AnimatedAdaptation: The first animation in ''WesternAnimation/GoodnightMoonAndOtherSleepytimeTales'' is an animated rendition of the book.


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* FurryConfusion: The protagonists are anthropomorphic rabbits, but they own non-anthropomorphic cats.


* ShoutOut: all of the paintings hanging in the nursery except for the cow jumping over the moon are illustrations from ''The Runaway Bunny''.

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* ShoutOut: all All of the paintings hanging in the nursery except for the cow jumping over the moon are illustrations from ''The Runaway Bunny''.

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* ShoutOut: all of the paintings hanging in the nursery except for the cow jumping over the moon are illustrations from ''The Runaway Bunny''.


* AnthropomorphicAnimal: the protagonist is a rabbit.

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* AnthropomorphicAnimal: the The protagonist is a rabbit.



* SliceOfLife: There's nothing to indicate this is in any way an unnusual night for the bunny.

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* SliceOfLife: There's nothing to indicate this is in any way an unnusual unusual night for the bunny.


* NoNameGiven: None of the characters have an actual name, allowing children to [[TheEveryman
better identify]] with them.

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* NoNameGiven: None of the characters have an actual name, allowing children to [[TheEveryman
[[TheEveryman better identify]] with them.


* NoNameGiven: None of the characters have an actual name.

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* NoNameGiven: None of the characters have an actual name.name, allowing children to [[TheEveryman
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* NoNameGiven: None of the characters have an actual name.


* SliceOfLife

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* SliceOfLifeSliceOfLife: There's nothing to indicate this is in any way an unnusual night for the bunny.



* WhiteBunny

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* WhiteBunnyWhiteBunny: The protagonist and the woman who goes "hush".


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It is a classic.

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It is considered a classic.classic.



!!'''Tropes''':

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!!'''Tropes''':!!This book provides examples of:

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''Goodnight Moon'' (1942) is a children's picture book. Written by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd, it tells the story of a bunny going to sleep who says goodnight to everything he sees in his room, all in simple, poetic language.

It is a classic.
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!!'''Tropes''':
* AnthropomorphicAnimal: the protagonist is a rabbit.
* ArcWords: "Goodnight"
* CallBack: Multiple references in the story to Brown and Hurd's previous book, ''The Runaway Bunny''.
* CelebrityParadox: The book on the nightstand is ''Goodnight Moon''.
* InnerMonologue: The entire book.
* PrintLongRunners: Go into a large bookstore with a children's section. You will find it.
* ShownTheirWork: The clock advances ten minutes with every illustration, and the moon rises in the window accordingly.
* SliceOfLife
* StaticCharacter
* WhiteBunny
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