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Goodnight Moon & Other Sleepytime Tales (1999)

Tony Bennett sings lullabies, Susan Sarandon reads a children classic Goodnight Moon and small kids talk about the nature of dreams.

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Tony Bennett sings lullabies, Susan Sarandon reads a children classic Goodnight Moon and small kids talk about the nature of dreams.

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All I Have To Do Is Dream
by The Everly Brothers
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Reaaaally good before bed movie!
5 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

This is a great compilation of bedtime stories, songs and interviews with kids all about sleep and dreams, centered around the Goodnight Moon story. The animation is magical! My daughter loves it, and it calms her down before bed. My favorite song is Hush Little Baby sung by Lauryn Hill, the animation that goes along with it is so soothing. Also great is Tar Beach read by Natalie Cole, and Aaron Neville's lullaby. Susan Sarandon reads the classic Goodnight Moon story beautifully, whispering at all the right parts. The kids that are interviewed are very articulate and precocious. It's almost hard to believe. Their stories can bring me to tears at times. A must have kids movie for going to bed time.


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