The Buyer's Guide to Geek Parodies of Goodnight Moon
By far the best geekification of Goodnight Moon comes from Leila Miyamoto and James Hance with their Doctor Who-themed Goodnight Pond. It recounts the night a young Amelia Pond waited in vain for the Eleventh Doctor to come take her on an adventure, only for him to miss the mark by 12 years. Later, after Pond is left stranded in the past The Doctor visits her in childhood, sleeping outside on her suitcase waiting for him, and takes her upstairs to tuck her in.
Miyamoto and Hance do an incredible job of name-checking the best of the Eleventh Doctor's adventures while also putting together a wonderful, playful flow that makes this book a three-time-at-least story in my house at 8 p.m. It is, unfortunately, the most expensive of the all the choices, but you cannot put a price on helping your child fall in love with Doctor Who in time for the 50th anniversary.
Finally, here's a little something for the adult gamers out there just for fun. Dorkly used old-school SNES graphics to parody The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask as a Goodnight Moon tale. Considering that the Termina Moon is hellbent on obliterating the world it doesn't turn out well. The video ends with cursing and death, so it's not really the kind of thing that makes for a good bedtime. Funny as hell, though.