Helping Your Child Sleep Through the Night

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Doubleday, 1985 - Family & Relationships - 246 pages
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A good night's sleep is crucial both for a child's well-being and a parent's peace of mind. This positive, practical guide teaches parents to establish good sleeping habits in their kids and cope with the problems that cause sleepless nights, from colic to bed-wetting to nightmares.
 

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Contents

HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
1
From Birth to Four Months
27
From Five to Nine Months
53
From Ten to Eighteen Months
91
From One and a Half to Three Years
135
From Three to Five Years
187
BIBLIOGRAPHY
229
SUGGESTED BEDTIME BOOKS
235
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