Getting Your Child To Sleep and Back to Sleep: Tips for Parents of Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers
Sleep can be as sweet as this precious new cover. Mr. Moon in his nightcap, adorns this peaceful design with stars in blues and purples, surrounded by a soft yellow border. This 6.5" x 6.5" trade paperback has 136 pages detailed with floating stars and moons. There is a table of contents and an index to quickly reference any specific topic. There are 10 chapters including: sleeping patterns, bedtime routines, why babies cry, colic, sleep walking, allowing children in parents beds, coping with loss of sleep, naptimes, bedtimes, fears, and bad dreams. You'll find a wonderful selection of choices appropriate for childrens' various ages and stages. The author provides parents with creative techniques to cease bad habits and patterns. Arranged chronologically, written with wisdom, humor, and her understanding of parenting, this book is a reasuring guide to childhood sleep.
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