In The Night Kitchen is a picture book by Maurice Sendak in which a young boy named Mickey hears a noise in the kitchen, goes to investigate, and discovers three jolly bakers preparing a cake for the breakfast. Evidently, the problem for some people is the fact that Mickey falls from upstairs and lands in the kitchen. Naked. It's not as though he's naked through the entire book. He falls into the cake batter and emerges in a brown suit of batter, and then gets to do fun stuff like craft an airplane out of bread and fly around the kitchen in it. Towards the end he dives into a bottle of milk and the batter dissolves. For a brief period he is naked again, until he finds himself in his pajamas, back in bed, where everything is as it should be. I don't know about anyone else, but my son and I loved that book. It's the perfect rendering of a child's fanciful dream.
And GO, Mickey, you bare-naked dream boy.