Let's Talk about Nightmares

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Most kids have nightmares now and again. When bad things happen or when a lot of changes are going on in a child's life, nightmares can occur. This reassuring book both demystifies nightmares and offers strategies for dealing with disturbing dreams. Kids and their parents will come away from this book better able to handle this difficult part of childhood.
 

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Contents

Davids Bad Dream
5
What Are Nightmares?
6
Why Do You Dream?
9
Jennys Nightmare
10
Rakims Fears 1
13
How to Deal with Nightmares
14
Talking It Out 1
17
Feeling Less Afraid at Bedtime 1
18
Talk Back to Your Nightmare
22
Glossary
23
Index
24
Copyright

About the author (2002)

Melanie Ann Apel, a Lincoln Park original, is raising her own children in the neighborhood that her family has called home for the past half century. Walking to the same grocery store, attending the same grade school, playing on the same playground, and visiting the same zoo, Melanie's children share another generation in the warmth

of Lincoln Park.

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