Goodnight Moon is a classic children’s bedtime story whose singsong words lull a child to sleep.
In a digital-inspired parody, author Ann Droyd uses the same bouncy storyline to describe the nighttime routine of an iPad-using, TV-watching group of kids. It’s all done tongue-in-cheek, even down to the name of the author Ann Droyd, which is a play on Android. Ann Droyd, obviously, is a pseudonym and the book is likely written by children’s author, David Milgrim.
Besides the hardcover book, there’s a video summary of the book that’ll have your head nodding in agreement. Check out the video below and let us know what you think in the comments.