The Good Night Book

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 28 pages
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The Good Night Book tells the story of a child's bedtime routine in simple steps and extraordinary illustrations. The Good Night Book helps a child visualize getting ready for bed and falling asleep. The steps preparing for bedtime are cues that tell a child "this is what I do to get sleepy," and completing the steps every night helps a child fall asleep. Establishing a bedtime routine that works in your home can help your child fall asleep too. Feel free to use the routine in this book or make up your own to use before reading The Good Night Book at bedtime. You and your child will enjoy ending each day with this charming story, detailed illustrations, and most importantly have a Good Night. Amy Beckman is married and has two beautiful, well rested sons. Amy graduated from Lawrence University with a Bachelors degree in Economics. She has her Master's degree in Education and is a licensed teacher. Amy is originally from Illinois and now resides in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Frank Ahern is an artist from Columbia College in Chicago. He resides in Illinois. This is Frank's first children's book. You can find additional resources for sleepless children and parents at

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