Good Night, Gorilla 晚安,大猩猩
"Good night, Gorilla", says the zookeeper. But mischievousGorilla isn't quite ready to go to sleep. He'd rather follow thezookeeper on his rounds and let all of the other animals out oftheir cages. Little night owls can sneak along with Gorilla and seewho gets the last laugh in this riotous goodnight romp. Practicallywordless yet full of expressive art and hilarious, adorable detail,this book is sure to become a beloved part of children's ownbedtime rituals.
From Publishers Weekly
"Universally understandable subject matter and a narrative conveyedalmost entirely through pictures mark this as an ideal title forbeginners," said PW. Ages 2-6. (May)
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From the Back Cover
"It's a riveting story...Wallace weighs his words carefully, makingevery one count in this excellent, understated firstnovel"--Booklist, starred review.
"There are only a few contemporary writers who can hit the markwith teenage boys, and Rich Wallace, with his first novel, seemslikely to join that group...You don't need to know or likewrestling to become quickly engaged with this story."--ChicagoTribune
"The sports angle makes this a great "guy's" book, while thegripping narrative and feisty heroine will appeal to young women,too. A real winner"--Publishers Weekly, starred review.