In the vein of Goodnight Moon, say "goodnight" to your lab in this picture book parody of a beloved classic. Perfect for scientists of all ages!
It's been a long day at the lab for this scientist. Now it's time to say goodnight!
Goodnight picture of Einstein with a stern look
While poking fun at the clutter and chaos of lab life, scientists of all ages will appreciate ending their day with this sweet parody. They'll be rested and ready to return to the world of research in the morning! This scientific parody book in the style of Goodnight Moon is a delight for little lab girls and guys.
Goodnight Lab is written by Chris Ferrie, author of Quantum Physics for Babies and other books in the Baby University series. Parents and kids both will love the accurate descriptions of all the quirks of grownup laboratories. Readers who love the humor of Feminist Baby will love Goodnight Lab.
This book is the perfect solution if you're looking for science gifts and physics gifts for curious kids.
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Does this book look kind of familiar? Well if you are acquainted with "Goodnight Moon" (one of the best sellers of all time), then this book will bring back fond memories. It is a wonderful salute to those happy moments spent reading that book over and over and over again. This is a delightful parody is written to stimulate brains, introduce kids to new words and concepts, and to give an insight into how a scientist conducts her life every single day. I love the fact that the scientist was a girl. Very good indeed. Kids get to witness a scientific lab with its many components and then say goodnight to the people and items that are found within. A fun exercise would be to copycat the goodnight ritual by saying goodnight to the things around your child's room before its lights out. Both kids and adults will appreciate that everyone (and thing) has an end to their day and it's wonderful to wrap everything up and say good night because tomorrow will be here before you know it with all its busyness and possibilities.