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“I love Dr. Weissbluth’s philosophy that the most important thing to have is a well-rested family. And fortunately, thanks to this book, most days (and nights) we do!”
–from the Foreword by Cindy Crawford
A pediatrician with forty years of experience, Marc Weissbluth, M.D., is also a leading researcher on sleep and children. He founded the original Sleep Disorders Center at Chicago’s Children’s Memorial Hospital (now called the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago) and is a professor of clinical pediatrics at Northwestern University School of Medicine. In addition to his own research, he has written about sleep problems in manuals of pediatrics, lectured extensively to parent groups, is a regular at the 92nd Street Y, and has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Dr. Weissbluth and his wife of more than fifty years, Linda, have four sons and eight grandchildren. They live in Chicago.See all Editorial Reviews
This is my sleep BIBLE. Every time I follow his advice, it works like a charm!! He helps you find what is best for your child within certain perimeters. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Heidi Hancey
This book changed our lives! I am now giving it away to all my friends as a baby shower gift!Published 2 days ago by Kathleen Swenson
This is one of the best (1st born) baby books I have encountered. This is the 5th copy I have given to new parents.Published 3 days ago by Jr Fentress
By far, the best sleep book around! I was tempted to give it 4-stars because it is a bit hard to read (it could be laid out better) but it's so comprehensive (and it works! Read morePublished 5 days ago by JMHarr
We used this book on our 8 month old post colicky baby that had never really slept well since birth. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Maria Wilkison
I would pay triple for this book to be one third the length. I am certain that there is useful information nestled in remote pockets of its epic 544 pages — please note that the... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Sally
I think this book is genuinely helpful, but it's outdated and too long. It is also very repetitive and not organized well. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Lindsay
I read a little of the book and saw that this is the "cry it out" method and I am not a huge fan of that method. It just doesn't seem logical to me.Published 11 days ago by Michelle L. Kellar