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Margaret Wise Brown

Margaret Wise Brown

  • 5 stars across 79 books
Margaret Wise Brown is one of the most popular children's authors of all time; her classic Goodnight Moon (HarperFestival), illustrated by Clement Hurd, has sold more than 24 million copies, and her books--including Big Red Barn (Harper Festival), The Runaway Bunny (HarperCollins), and The Golden Egg Book (Simon & Schuster)--have been in print for over 50 years. Several generations have grown up with her timeless stories and her influence has been felt around the world.
1st August 2012

Goodnight Moon

This gentle bedtime story, which has lulled generations of children to sleep, is the perfect first book to share at bedt... MoreGoodnight Moon

(64 reviews) Review
3rd October 2017

Good Day, Good Night

A never-before-published picture book from Margaret Wise Brown, the bestselling author of Goodnight Moon, brought to lif... MoreGood Day, Good Night

(9 reviews) Review
5th February 2015

Nuts in Space

A hilarious intergalatic adventure from award-winning comic genius, Elys DolanNot so long ago, in a galaxy fairly far aw... MoreNuts in Space

(5 reviews) Review
31st January 2013

The Runaway Bunny

This book is packed with beautiful images and reassuring words as a mother bunny tells her baby bunny how m... MoreThe Runaway Bunny

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The Little Fir Tree

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On Christmas Day

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