Baby and Toddler Sleep Program: How to Get Your Child to Sleep Through the Night, Every Night

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Fisher Books, Jan 1, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 136 pages
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Discusses a program to help infants and toddlers sleep through the night, discussing how routines affect a child's sleep, normal sleep patterns for children, and how to help a child cope with nighttime fears.

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Safety and Getting Your Child to Bed
Keeping Your Child in His Crib or Bed
Letting Your Child Cry

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Pearce is clinical professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Nottingham in England.

Jane Bidder trained as a journalist in Cardiff and London after reading English at university and has since written for a wide variety of national newspapers and magazines. She has had fifteen non-fiction books published; eight romantic novels; two historicals; and several short stories. GUILTY is her first crime novel. Jane was writer in residence of a high security male prison for three years. She also tutored at Oxford University (creative writing diploma). Recently, she was elected as a Fellow at Exeter University by the Royal Literary Fund. Jane is also a judge for the Koestler Awards,

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