Start by finding out why your body needs sleep (and how much). Share classic fairy tales, each chosen for its sleepy theme and written in an easy-to-read format that invites participation. Discover how legions of families have perfected (or at least learned to cherish) the art of getting a child to bed at night.
Family activity: personalize a lavender-scented pillow, and enjoy soothing bedtime music on a 60-minute CD.
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