5 Days to a Perfect Night's Sleep for Your Child: The Secrets to Making Bedtime a Dream

5 Days to a Perfect Night's Sleep for Your Child: The Secrets to Making Bedtime a Dream

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by Eduard Estivill
     
 

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A common-sense handbook helps parents cope with sleepless children and offers practical guidelines on how to get youngsters to sleep.

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A common-sense handbook helps parents cope with sleepless children and offers practical guidelines on how to get youngsters to sleep.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780307757999
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/24/2010
Sold by:
Random House
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
96
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Eduard Estivill, M.D., is director of the Sleep Disturbances Clinic at the Institut Dexeus in Barcelona, Spain, where he is also head of the Neurophysiology Unit. Trained in both America and Spain, he is a specialist in pediatrics, neurophysiology, and sleep medicine.

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5 Days to a Perfect Night's Sleep for Your Child 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
nicknacksmom More than 1 year ago
I was surprised at how well this book works. I have a 27 month old son. I went from struggling to get him to sleep for anywhere from 30-60 mins and then having to wake up with him every 2 hours on average (sometimes as much as 3-4 times a night), to getting him to bed in just seconds and not having to get up with him at all. It took just 3 days by following the plan in this book, and now he sleeps 10 hours a night. Just when I thought sleep was impossible, the plan in this book proved me wrong. It is a straight forward, simple plan to follow (although not easy, for your little one will certainly be tugging on your heart strings), but in the end it is well worth the incredible results if you stick with it. Now both my son and myself can get the sleep we need. Don't be deterred by the length of the book. It's a short book, but what sleep deprived parent wants to sift through a long book to find answers? There were a couple things the author didn't address that I wish he would've but I wound up figuring them out for myself (such as if my son is not in his bed, it makes the most sense not to put him back in his bed when I popped in, in order to continue to follow the plan). I am VERY glad that I found this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this book. Short and sweet and to the point. My baby now sleeps very well.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was not worth the $10 I paid for it. I learned more by articles found online. A total waste of money and time!!