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Meet Bear. He's exhausted. All he wants is to go to sleep. Meet Duck, Bear's persistent next-door neighbor. All he wants is to hang out . . . with Bear. Jory John, author of All My Friends Are Dead, and Benji Davies join together to create this standout hilarious picture book that will make bedtime memorable. Meet Bear. He's exhausted. All he wants is to go to sleep. Meet Duck, Bear's persistent next-door neighbor. All he wants is to hang out . . . with Bear. Jory John, author of All My Friends Are Dead, and Benji Davies join together to create this standout hilarious picture book that will make bedtime memorable.


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Meet Bear. He's exhausted. All he wants is to go to sleep. Meet Duck, Bear's persistent next-door neighbor. All he wants is to hang out . . . with Bear. Jory John, author of All My Friends Are Dead, and Benji Davies join together to create this standout hilarious picture book that will make bedtime memorable. Meet Bear. He's exhausted. All he wants is to go to sleep. Meet Duck, Bear's persistent next-door neighbor. All he wants is to hang out . . . with Bear. Jory John, author of All My Friends Are Dead, and Benji Davies join together to create this standout hilarious picture book that will make bedtime memorable.

30 review for Goodnight Already!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Eliza

    This book appears to be about a bear and a duck, but ACTUALLY is about me and my three-year-old :) (hint: he's the duck) This book appears to be about a bear and a duck, but ACTUALLY is about me and my three-year-old :) (hint: he's the duck)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Calista

    Bear is sleepy and he wants nothing more than to go to sleep. His neighbor, duck, can’t sleep and wants nothing more than to bug the ever-loving crap out of bear. Duck will not relent. Bear gets angry at duck and duck finally goes home and now bear can’t sleep and duck is tired. It was a cute story. I don’t think it was on the same level as the bad seed or the good egg, but it was amusing. I do like the pink stuffed rabbit bear that the nephew pointed out to me. The nephew delighted in the antic Bear is sleepy and he wants nothing more than to go to sleep. His neighbor, duck, can’t sleep and wants nothing more than to bug the ever-loving crap out of bear. Duck will not relent. Bear gets angry at duck and duck finally goes home and now bear can’t sleep and duck is tired. It was a cute story. I don’t think it was on the same level as the bad seed or the good egg, but it was amusing. I do like the pink stuffed rabbit bear that the nephew pointed out to me. The nephew delighted in the antics of duck and he thought he was hilarious. He loved grouchy old bear. He too gave this 3 stars. He said it could have been funnier.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Archit

    Mr. Bear wants to get some sleep. And the duck, being a duck and an innocent troublemaker, won't let him sleep. He keeps on pestering him unknowingly. I had fun reading Goodnight Already because it reminded me of me and my sister whom I'll be teasing and troubling endlessly. A cute book recommended for Children who have siblings! Mr. Bear wants to get some sleep. And the duck, being a duck and an innocent troublemaker, won't let him sleep. He keeps on pestering him unknowingly. I had fun reading Goodnight Already because it reminded me of me and my sister whom I'll be teasing and troubling endlessly. A cute book recommended for Children who have siblings!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Donna Backshall

    You know how you read a book, and uh-oh, there's this really annoying character? And you start to think, "Oh nooo, oh wait, that's me..." Well, folks, here you have it. Poor Bear is exhausted and just wants to sleep. Clueless Duck is obviously also part owl (night owl, that is), and he is READY TO GO. Yep, I'm Duck: the one with all that nervous energy who can't slow down and let people rest. I need to work on that. Soon. Maybe not tonight, because I have laundry, a workout, all this stuff to bake, You know how you read a book, and uh-oh, there's this really annoying character? And you start to think, "Oh nooo, oh wait, that's me..." Well, folks, here you have it. Poor Bear is exhausted and just wants to sleep. Clueless Duck is obviously also part owl (night owl, that is), and he is READY TO GO. Yep, I'm Duck: the one with all that nervous energy who can't slow down and let people rest. I need to work on that. Soon. Maybe not tonight, because I have laundry, a workout, all this stuff to bake, some cleaning to do, maybe I'll have a friend over for drinks? *sigh* I am who I am. People like us help balance out the universe.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Julie

    I love how deceptively straightforward this book is. A sleepy bare, a wide-awake duck. But the characters are super strong, and the circular story arc is interesting and relatable enough that I know adults and children alike are going to see themselves in both bear and in duck. Super fun to read aloud, too!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carmen

    Just as Duck has his beak buried in 101 Ways to Stay Awake, his next door neighbor, Bear, is saying "I've never been so tired. I could sleep for weeks. Months, even!" But his happy, well-deserved slumber is interrupted by a hyped-up Duck who wants company while he stays up all night. ... This book is very fun. The book puts Duck's words in a thin, fine print and Bear's in a dark, bold print. When I read it to children I always make Duck's voice high and fast, and Bear's slow and very deep. Bear yell Just as Duck has his beak buried in 101 Ways to Stay Awake, his next door neighbor, Bear, is saying "I've never been so tired. I could sleep for weeks. Months, even!" But his happy, well-deserved slumber is interrupted by a hyped-up Duck who wants company while he stays up all night. ... This book is very fun. The book puts Duck's words in a thin, fine print and Bear's in a dark, bold print. When I read it to children I always make Duck's voice high and fast, and Bear's slow and very deep. Bear yells a lot, too, and when characters in books yell, I always yell really loudly, too. Kids love that. Tl;dr - This is just a cute little story. Duck is that annoying friend whom you get exasperated with because he won't leave you alone. Kind of like Donkey in Shrek. It's clear he and Bear are good friends, but Duck can't understand that he should leave Bear alone to get some rest. Good but not amazing. Not available in Spanish.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mathew

    I've read a few of John Jory's books and I always feel, in the best possible way, he has half an eye on the adult reader as much as he does the child reader. In Goodnight Already! Bear, as is naturally the way of his kind, is so tired that he could sleeps for weeks, 'months even' whilst his neighbour, duck is busily reading '101 ways to stay awake' in the house next door. And so begins a series of repeated interruptions from duck to try and engage his friend in some form of irritating form of pl I've read a few of John Jory's books and I always feel, in the best possible way, he has half an eye on the adult reader as much as he does the child reader. In Goodnight Already! Bear, as is naturally the way of his kind, is so tired that he could sleeps for weeks, 'months even' whilst his neighbour, duck is busily reading '101 ways to stay awake' in the house next door. And so begins a series of repeated interruptions from duck to try and engage his friend in some form of irritating form of play be it 'talk all night', 'make smoothies' or 'start a band'. With each visit, Bear becomes increasingly aggravated until it all gets too much. The contrast in size between the great, heavy lumbering bear and the small, frenetic duck works well and Davies does wonders to set the tone with the use of block colours to set to contrast mood and heighten energy. It could be argued that with the punchline over, this is not a book for multiple re-readings but I think children will gleefully enjoy repeating watching bear's steady decline into sleep-deprived madness and duck's comical escapades.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

    Bear's pretty much my spirit animal. Grumpy when sleep is disturbed? Yep. Love the style of illustrations. Reminds me of Peter Brown's Mr Tiger Goes Wild. The humor reminds me of Mo Willems. The simple but funny story will appeal to kids 4+, and even 3 year olds could get into it if you're very enthusiastic with the voices since the illustrations are so attractive and clear. And it's a story that adults can get a kick out of, especially if they're sleep deprived with a kid. Empathy yawns. It cou Bear's pretty much my spirit animal. Grumpy when sleep is disturbed? Yep. Love the style of illustrations. Reminds me of Peter Brown's Mr Tiger Goes Wild. The humor reminds me of Mo Willems. The simple but funny story will appeal to kids 4+, and even 3 year olds could get into it if you're very enthusiastic with the voices since the illustrations are so attractive and clear. And it's a story that adults can get a kick out of, especially if they're sleep deprived with a kid. Empathy yawns. It could also work well for reader's theater for 1st/2nd graders.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Erik This Kid Reviews Books

    Why I liked this book- This is a cute book. One character wants to sleep, the other doesn’t. A perfect scenario for mischief! I like Bear’s expressions, and Duck’s wild ideas. The story has a hint of an endless cycle, and a lot of fun. The pictures make you smile and laugh. Mr. John and Mr. Davies make a great team together, and it really keeps you on your toes. Just when you think you know what will happen next, you are in for a surprise! :) I love this book! *NOTE* I got a free copy of this boo Why I liked this book- This is a cute book. One character wants to sleep, the other doesn’t. A perfect scenario for mischief! I like Bear’s expressions, and Duck’s wild ideas. The story has a hint of an endless cycle, and a lot of fun. The pictures make you smile and laugh. Mr. John and Mr. Davies make a great team together, and it really keeps you on your toes. Just when you think you know what will happen next, you are in for a surprise! :) I love this book! *NOTE* I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    1.5 stars. I had expected way better. I was really looking forward to this one. I love Benji Davies art, and I had read a few books by Jory John, and I was interested in what the combination of these 2 people would be. Sadly, nothing good. :( I loved the Bear character, he was really great and I sympathized with him a lot, the poor thing just wants to sleep, and then you got some annoying character named Duck, who just doesn't get the hint, who keeps waking/disturbing the bear. And that is the bigg 1.5 stars. I had expected way better. I was really looking forward to this one. I love Benji Davies art, and I had read a few books by Jory John, and I was interested in what the combination of these 2 people would be. Sadly, nothing good. :( I loved the Bear character, he was really great and I sympathized with him a lot, the poor thing just wants to sleep, and then you got some annoying character named Duck, who just doesn't get the hint, who keeps waking/disturbing the bear. And that is the biggest reason why I rated this book so low. The character Duck. Dear Lord, he was just so annoying, frustrating and I just wanted to fry him and have Bear eat him. I can imagine that you do this kind of thing once, but as someone is quite clear about stuff, just leave. Oh no. Not the Duck. :| Using spare keys, breaking in, anything goes when one apparently can't sleep. I am sure the Duck was meant to be so *insert a lot of bad words here* obnoxious, but sorry, for me it just ruined the book. The ending was one were I was shaking my head. All that and this happens? Just no. The art was the one that saved the book. Instead of going for 0.5 stars (since I liked the Bear character), I gave this one a 1.5 star. Would I recommend this book? NO. No. And triple no. There are better books about going to sleep to read. Review first posted at http://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  11. 5 out of 5

    carrietracy

    Love the back and forth between duck and bear. Love the illustrations. My kid says "again" almost immediately after you finish reading it. My one, small, tiny complaint? Why does duck ask for dough? He's asking for ingredients for making cookies. Flour appears in his bowl. WHY IS HE ASKING FOR DOUGH???? People don't use "dough" if they are also collecting all the other ingredients. /baking hijack. Love the back and forth between duck and bear. Love the illustrations. My kid says "again" almost immediately after you finish reading it. My one, small, tiny complaint? Why does duck ask for dough? He's asking for ingredients for making cookies. Flour appears in his bowl. WHY IS HE ASKING FOR DOUGH???? People don't use "dough" if they are also collecting all the other ingredients. /baking hijack.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Chind

    This is quite funny. As a mother of a newborn, toddler and kindergarten child I'm quite familiar with the window if sleepiness that evaporates if you pass your window. This is a silly conversational story about just that. I received this product free for the purpose of reviewing it. I received no other compensation for this review. The opinions expressed in this review are my personal, honest opinions. Your experience may vary. Please read my full disclosure policy for more details. Thanks to HC This is quite funny. As a mother of a newborn, toddler and kindergarten child I'm quite familiar with the window if sleepiness that evaporates if you pass your window. This is a silly conversational story about just that. I received this product free for the purpose of reviewing it. I received no other compensation for this review. The opinions expressed in this review are my personal, honest opinions. Your experience may vary. Please read my full disclosure policy for more details. Thanks to HC for an ARC. I believe it will be a Jacketed Hardcover. Update: Own Jacketed Hardcover 03/11/2015 posted: http://creativemadnessmama.com/blog/2...

  13. 4 out of 5

    bjneary

    Hysterically funny bedtime book, my granddaughter will find a few ways to get out of going to bed after reading this book- Bear and Duck may be neighbors but there some real problems when it comes time for bear to sleep - laugh out loud and cute video here too from the publisher! http://www.harpercollins.com/97800622... Hysterically funny bedtime book, my granddaughter will find a few ways to get out of going to bed after reading this book- Bear and Duck may be neighbors but there some real problems when it comes time for bear to sleep - laugh out loud and cute video here too from the publisher! http://www.harpercollins.com/97800622...

  14. 5 out of 5

    Laura Harrison

    A very unique voice in the children's picturebook world. Dramatic, beautiful illustrations. Just loved it. A very unique voice in the children's picturebook world. Dramatic, beautiful illustrations. Just loved it.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Courtney

    The story of my life as told by a duck and a bear :)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Betts-Green (Dinosaur in the Library)

    Ridiculously adorable book.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    This is now I feel at work all the time.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lygeri

    Very funny, nice illustration! For kids 3 to 5.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Had to read this so many times Audrey thinks the duck is hilarious and he is Nice illustrations cute story Three year old approved

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tasha

    Bear is so very tired, all he wants to do is go to sleep. But his next door neighbor, Duck, feels exactly the opposite and has never felt more awake as he reads a book on staying awake and drinks a pot of coffee. As Bear climbs into bed and pulls up his blanket, ready to snooze, Duck comes over for a visit. Duck offers all sorts of ideas of what they could do together, but all Bear wants to do is sleep. Just when Bear is again about to fall asleep, Duck returns with a new idea to bake something. Bear is so very tired, all he wants to do is go to sleep. But his next door neighbor, Duck, feels exactly the opposite and has never felt more awake as he reads a book on staying awake and drinks a pot of coffee. As Bear climbs into bed and pulls up his blanket, ready to snooze, Duck comes over for a visit. Duck offers all sorts of ideas of what they could do together, but all Bear wants to do is sleep. Just when Bear is again about to fall asleep, Duck returns with a new idea to bake something. But Bear once again sends him on his way. When Duck comes in for a third time, Bear has had enough! The evening though has time for one final ironic twist by the end of the book, one that will get readers giggling. John captures both the very essence of being tired and wanting nothing more than to sleep and the zany energy that comes with insomnia. It is that dynamic being thrust together in this picture book that leads to the hilarity. It also helps that John has impeccable comic timing throughout the book, using repeating themes to really make the scenes pop. The pace switches from one character to the next beautifully, the dozy slow of Bear and the yapping zing of Duck. Davies’ illustrations capture the same shifts in energy and pace. Duck’s entire home is bright yellow while Bear is surrounded by sleepy blues. The silly additions of coffee and a book to stay awake make the situation even funnier. The illustrations are deceptively simple, making this a very approachable book for children, one that conveys its humor right from the cover. Perfect for kids who both love bedtime and hate it, as well as for their sleepy parents. Appropriate for ages 3-5.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    Super adorable and funny.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Aaron Jordan

    According to Publisher's Weekly, in Goodnight Already! author Jory John and illustrator Benji Davies bring fresh humor to a familiar scenario, tracing the push and pull between a character desperate to get some shut-eye and one who is far from ready for bed. Working in a distilled style reminiscent of classic UPA animation, Davies uses nocturnal blues, geometric patterning, and contrasting scale in a way that makes every page pop. The one thing readers will not say about this book is “Enough alr According to Publisher's Weekly, in Goodnight Already! author Jory John and illustrator Benji Davies bring fresh humor to a familiar scenario, tracing the push and pull between a character desperate to get some shut-eye and one who is far from ready for bed. Working in a distilled style reminiscent of classic UPA animation, Davies uses nocturnal blues, geometric patterning, and contrasting scale in a way that makes every page pop. The one thing readers will not say about this book is “Enough already!” (2014, October 13). [Review of the book Goodnight Already! by Jory John] Publisher's Weekly. According to Kirkus, Jory John's Goodnight Already! explores the relationship between a lumbering, grumpy character and a frenetic extrovert, a scenario that will be familiar to grown-up fans of cartoons. The ludicrous behavior and costumes will no doubt elicit giggles from young listeners. Unfortunately: That’s all, though, folks. With its one-joke plot and dramatic potential, it’s better suited to school and library use than repeat readings in a lap at home. (2014, September 14). [Review of the book Goodnight Already! by Jory John] Kirkus. An immediately classic story, taking inspiration from old time cartoons, Jory John's Goodnight Already! is a funny and charming story about two unlikely friends, one of whom is simply trying to get some sleep, while the other isn't going to let that happen. With wonderful illustrations and creative language, this book is a great addition to the classic bedtime repertoire.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Abigail

    Bear is extremely tired, and wants only to fall into blissful sleep. Unfortunately for him, his neighbor and friend Duck is wide awake, and wanting company. Bear grows ever more irate during his hilarious exchanges with Duck, as the anatine interloper attempts to inveigle him into cookie-making, book-reading, and various other activities. Duck even goes so far as to let himself into Bear's house with the spare emergency key, after being repulsed the first two times! IN the end, his shenanigans t Bear is extremely tired, and wants only to fall into blissful sleep. Unfortunately for him, his neighbor and friend Duck is wide awake, and wanting company. Bear grows ever more irate during his hilarious exchanges with Duck, as the anatine interloper attempts to inveigle him into cookie-making, book-reading, and various other activities. Duck even goes so far as to let himself into Bear's house with the spare emergency key, after being repulsed the first two times! IN the end, his shenanigans tire him out, while Bear is left oddly sleepless... Having seen Goodnight Already performed at story-time by two story-tellers, one taking the part of Bear and the other the role of Duck, I can attest to the fact that it makes for an amusing read-aloud selection, especially when the performer(s) assume Bear's obviously frustrated tone. The text is straightforward dialogue, and works very well when performed, while the artwork, done by the amazing Benji Davies, is colorful and entertaining, capturing the humor of the story quite adeptly. Recommended to anyone looking for amusing bedtime books!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Bear is so tired he's sure he could sleep for months. He settles down in his bed and falls asleep. Next door Duck is wide awake and he's bored. He heads over to Bears' house for fun. But when Bear answers the door he is anything but please to see him. Duck tries to get him to play cards, read together, start a band, make smoothies... Bear wants nothing to do with anything about being awake. He kicks duck out and goes back to bed. Duck climbs up to Bears' window to tell him that he wants to make c Bear is so tired he's sure he could sleep for months. He settles down in his bed and falls asleep. Next door Duck is wide awake and he's bored. He heads over to Bears' house for fun. But when Bear answers the door he is anything but please to see him. Duck tries to get him to play cards, read together, start a band, make smoothies... Bear wants nothing to do with anything about being awake. He kicks duck out and goes back to bed. Duck climbs up to Bears' window to tell him that he wants to make cookies. Can he borrow some sugar? No! Butter? No! Salt? Dough? Cookies? No, no and NO! Bear kicks Duck out yet again. But then Duck sneaks in using the emergency key Bear gave him. He startles Bear awake and tells him that the emergency is his stubbed beak. Bear sends Duck quickly packing with a very forceful "Out! Now!" Duck heads home claiming that Bears' bad attitude has made him sleepy. Meanwhile Bear is wide awake and considering making cookies. Hilarious book just begging to be read for storytime.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kara Garcia

    1. How many of you have ever had to share a room with a sibling or at a sleepover with a friend, and one of you is ready to go to sleep before the other? In the book Goodnight Already! by Jory John and Benji Davies, Bear has to deal with a neighbor who won’t let him sleep! Let’s look at the first page. Bear says, “I’ve never been so tired. I could sleep for weeks. Months, even!” Tell me what you know about bears. What kind of sleep do you think bear is ready for? Maybe he’s just ready for a regu 1. How many of you have ever had to share a room with a sibling or at a sleepover with a friend, and one of you is ready to go to sleep before the other? In the book Goodnight Already! by Jory John and Benji Davies, Bear has to deal with a neighbor who won’t let him sleep! Let’s look at the first page. Bear says, “I’ve never been so tired. I could sleep for weeks. Months, even!” Tell me what you know about bears. What kind of sleep do you think bear is ready for? Maybe he’s just ready for a regular night’s sleep, but maybe the author is hinting that he’s ready for a longer sleep – hibernation! Bear must be really tired! What are some things that you do when you’re tired and can’t get to sleep? Tell me some things you do. Duck can’t get to sleep either, but Bear doesn’t want to help because he’s so tired. 2. *Prompt hypothesizing based on the situation *Foreshadow the problem of the story *Copyright 2015 *North Dakota Flicker Tale Children’s Book Award Nominee 2017 *South Carolina Picture Book Awards Nominee 2017

  26. 4 out of 5

    Christine Ridout

    My preschoolers and I loved this book. Bear has never been so tired. He “could sleep for weeks. Months, even!” But his neighbor, Duck, has “never been so awake” and he wants to play with Bear. So, Duck goes over to Bear’s house and bangs on the door. “Wanna play cards?” “No!” “Watch a movie?” “No!” “Talk all Night?” “No!” Duck finally leaves and Bear goes back to sleep, but who appears again at the window? Duck. “I want to make cookies. Can I borrow some sugar?” “No!” “Butter?” “No!” This contin My preschoolers and I loved this book. Bear has never been so tired. He “could sleep for weeks. Months, even!” But his neighbor, Duck, has “never been so awake” and he wants to play with Bear. So, Duck goes over to Bear’s house and bangs on the door. “Wanna play cards?” “No!” “Watch a movie?” “No!” “Talk all Night?” “No!” Duck finally leaves and Bear goes back to sleep, but who appears again at the window? Duck. “I want to make cookies. Can I borrow some sugar?” “No!” “Butter?” “No!” This continues until Duck finally gives up and falls asleep. But by now, poor Bear is so wide awake that he can’t go back to sleep. He decides to make cookies instead! What surprised me was that the children related stories of how this had happened to them: “My little brother woke me up so many times that I couldn’t go back to sleep.” “My cat made so much noise I couldn’t sleep.” Lots of fun and highly recommended. Charming drawings.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Dave Schaafsma

    The whole family will read all these Goodreads Children's Illustrated book nominees for 2015 and rate all of them. One of the go to sleep books. .. the title reminded me of Adam Mansbach's Go the F*** to Sleep, though that one is really about the frustration of trying to put kids to sleep, and this one is about a bear (adult?) who wants to sleep and a duck (kid?) who won't let her. It could be read alongside a similar book also nominated this year, Mo Willem's I Will Take a Nap! with a similar s The whole family will read all these Goodreads Children's Illustrated book nominees for 2015 and rate all of them. One of the go to sleep books. .. the title reminded me of Adam Mansbach's Go the F*** to Sleep, though that one is really about the frustration of trying to put kids to sleep, and this one is about a bear (adult?) who wants to sleep and a duck (kid?) who won't let her. It could be read alongside a similar book also nominated this year, Mo Willem's I Will Take a Nap! with a similar situation, an elephant prevented from sleep by a manic piggie. This one, by Jory John and Benji Davies is no cleverer, in my opinion, than the others, but this sub-genre is generally entertaining for both parents and kids. My two youngest saw it as one of the better books we have read thus far (ninth of fifteen). Dave 3 stars Tara 3 stars Harry (10 3.5 stars Henry (9) 4.5 stars Lyra (8) 4.5 stars ("that's a really good one, it's a little funny at the end")

  28. 4 out of 5

    Garrett

    We've all been there: We're trying to sleep because IT'S NIGHT TIME and our dumb duck neighbor won't shut up about things. That duck is just lucky bear is so nice--I'd have called the cops on his feathery behind! We've all been there: We're trying to sleep because IT'S NIGHT TIME and our dumb duck neighbor won't shut up about things. That duck is just lucky bear is so nice--I'd have called the cops on his feathery behind!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    I enjoyed the humor in this book about bear that seems as if he is ready to hibernate and his neighbor, a hyperactive duck who is raring to go go go!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    I read this one in preschool storytime and it was a huge hit. The important things is to remember to do separate voices for bear and duck.

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