By Peter Stein, Alyssa Bermudez
Say goodnight to long hair and beanbag chairs, Kung Fu champs and lava lamps, Pop Rocks and your David Cassidy lunchbox—this playful Goodnight Moon parody is a retro rhyming ride back to the seventies!
Illustrated and packaged à la Margaret Wise Brown’s Goodnight Moon, Goodnight '70s turns the classic children’s book into a baby boomer’s ode to the far out 1970s. It’s the perfect gift for anyone nostalgic for the good old days of bell-bottoms, disco balls, and 8-track tapes.
About the Author
Peter Stein is an award-winning writer in the social expression industry. He's written lots of fun books for both kids and ex-kids from his home in Northern California, where he lives with his wife and two sons.
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