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02/05/2015 04:20 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Jimmy Kimmel Calls A Kids' Book Club Meeting To Analyze The Literary Intricacies Of 'Goodnight Moon'

Dad and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has always wanted to join a book club, but he doesn't have time to get through 400-500 page novels. So instead, he formed a literary community more suited to his schedule.

On Wednesday night's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the talk show host introduced a kids' book club segment. He gathered together a group of children to discuss a short bedtime classic: Goodnight Moon of course. Naturally, kid commentary hilarity ensues.

From discussions of near-rhymes, dates in history, Oprah, and one boy's Uncle Kevin, this discussion group proves that kids bring some unique spunk to book club meetings.

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