The Golden Girls: Goodnight, Girls (Board book)
Celebrate your love of the iconic 1980s sitcom with this charming board book that fans will want to share with the youngest readers at bedtime.
Dorothy, Blanche, and Rose are having a sleepover! And, of course, they are having too much fun to go to sleep. As Ma tries to get them to settle down, the girls enjoy some cheesecake in the kitchen, try on their dress-up clothes, sing and dance, and say goodnight to their friends Stan and Miles. Finally, after taking a bath and putting on their pj's, they all squeeze into bed and listen to one of Ma's Sicily stories before they drift off together.
Illustrated with bright and charming art, full of Easter eggs and nods to iconic show gags—from St. Olaf to Shady Pines—Goodnight, Girls will simultaneously delight kids AND adults.
Samantha Brooke is a freelance writer living in Queens, NY. She is 65% Dorothy, 20% Rose, 10% Ma, and 5% Blanche. Her favorite episode of The Golden Girls is when they accidentally visit a nude retreat.
Jen Taylor is an illustrator and designer from New Jersey and a huge Golden Girls Fan! She is the illustrator of Flash, the Little Fire Engine; Ninja Camp; and the Brave Little Camper Series. In her free time, Jen likes going on adventures with her husband and two corgis, and watching her favorite TV shows—cheesecake optional.
“[A] story-time book that is perfect for both parents and children [and] debuts at No. 12.”—USA Today
“[T]he masterminds behind…The Golden Girls: Goodnight Girls….[take] some key episodes and [turn] them into sweet illustrations and a storyline, rather than just a totally new, made-up plot….But this Golden Girls board book story is even better and cuter….There are even Easter eggs throughout the book…much to the all the grownups’ delight. But kids will love the whimsical art and charm of the book itself.”—Romper
“Chock full of Easter eggs for fans of the show…making storytime just as much fun for you as it is for your kids."—Apartment Therapy
“A charming new children’s book…with plenty of elements…from the beloved sitcom.”—Mental Floss