The theory in a nutshell: So basically I think in Cape May, they (Melissa? "Faith is to believe what I tell you about what you don't know", says the fish. ;). The first part of my theory is that the mother from The Runaway Bunny is the "quiet old lady whispering hush" (QOLWH) from Goodnight Moon. This kitten is very insensitive; he does not care about others. That's the second part of my theory. Children love her writing but parents tend to find it strange. Here, the bunny’s final “goodnight moon” demonstrates his completion of his rite of passage and his development into a full man bunny. In this story, the island and the kitten talk and fight, because the cat does not think the island is a part of the world but it really is. You'd really dislike Little Fur Family then. Most of The Runaway Bunny features anthropomorphic bunnies in various fantastical situations. /r/Parenting is the place to discuss the ins and out as well as ups and downs of child-rearing. Lots of gulls, lobsters, seals and many more animals come to this beautiful place. Also, the patient is served an unappealing gray mush, so I can't imagine this is a fancy institution.) I, too, have thought about Goodnight Moon much more deeply than I would normally care to admit. 'I cannot swim', says the cat. This poem is about funeral bells / mortality. I uh, guess I don't even know what to say - but I didn't want to read, and not acknowledge your post...... ... :/. Press J to jump to the feed. I started to see her not as a mother but as a menacing figure, a cold and threatening nurse perhaps? They love the repetition and rhythm because it's how they talk. 'Then you will have to take it on faith', says the fish. All I want to know is why they have a tiger skin rug. I, too, have read Goodnight Moon far too many times. So the island says “Ask the underworld”. Just as he must overcome his sexual desire for the woman who says “hush,” the bunny must resist the impending femininity outside of his safe conf… I was flabbergasted and couldn't wait to tell my husband. He wasn't impressed because he noticed years ago... That said I love your theories. Ostensibly, because this is a trilogy, we can assume it is about the same family of bunnies. The moon, which visually appears on every page, grows larger and more pronounced—it is a chanting feminine voice, haunting and disturbing his world. You need to get to a cafe and talk to grownups, stat. To her Dana School and Hollins friends she was "Tim", as her hair was the color of timothy hay. I dunno. 'What is that - faith?' The young bunny seems to become more distressed as night descends upon him and he calls out to the nothingness. They expected her to die there, but she returned seeking revenge as -A. Each night, the young bunny counts the things in his room, saying goodnight to them in a rather obsessive compulsive manner as the uncaring nurse barely looks up from her knitting. Oh lord.  One day a black dark kitten with blue eyes come to the island with his owners. Goodnight light, and the red balloon...".  To Bank Street friends she was "Brownie". You are perilously close to writing Daniel Tiger/St.-Elsewhere-verse crossover fanfic. Not prepared to sign onto your theory entirely but I obviously appreciate it and you've got me thinking. I read somewhere else that the fishing painting in GM was a late addition. asks the cat. Once there was a little island in the ocean. That little island changes as the seasons comes and go. The cat realizes he has learned a great truth, and his eyes "were shining with the secret of it, and because he loved secrets, he let the fish go". This is my theory too and it makes me so happy. The second-to-last situation has the Bunny being "a little boy" and the mother being his anthropomorphic mother. Maybe the book takes place in some kind of run down mental institution where our protagonist has been living since the war ended. (Notably, the painted version is in black and white, while the original scene in RB is in full color). Was this sent from Varjak's number? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I returned it without reading it to my child. The cat walks to the dark green underworld to see if he will get his answer. The first part of my theory is that the mother from The Runaway Bunny is the "quiet old lady whispering hush" (QOLWH) from Goodnight Moon. I wonder what the significance will be regarding the references to Goodnight Moon (Ali mentions this to Hanna in prison). I have been reading Goodnight Moon almost every night for the last year and a half, so I've had some time to think about it. In the Runaway Bunny, she is neither quiet nor old, she is rather active, chasing the bunny around everywhere. This explains Ali's fear of that island picture. In the very next scene, however, the Bunny says "shucks, I might as well stay where I am and be your little bunny" and in this scene we finally see the bunnies, not as anthropomorphic bunnies wearing human clothes and living in a house, but as actual bunnies living in a hollow under a tree.
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