-Difficulty getting to sleep
-Waking for unnecessary feeding
-Nightmares and sleep terrors How can I help my child sleep and how can I sleep better?" The Sleep Book for Tired Parents has the answers you need now.
The teacher at a new mom's class recommended this book and it is a lifesaver.
This is a wonderful resource for parents who want to work out bedtime issues in a way that is consistent with their own values and needs.
Great book, easy reading straight to the point without all the extra stuff that makes you lose interest in what you are reading.
I've raised two daughters on my own and now have 4 grandchildren. Sleep problems seem to go along with babies and children so when I read this book, I was absolutely taken by the... Read morePublished on June 8, 2011 by BooNotes
The book had some good information and was a good overview of 4 sleep philosophies for babies and infants. The information was pretty basic, though. Read morePublished on December 14, 2010 by angl
Our pediatrician recommended this book and it turned out to be a good overview of child sleep info with a nice, straightforward rundown on the common approaches to coping with your... Read morePublished on July 4, 2010 by Cinnamon
very helpful and straightforward, gives a variety of approaches and how to modify depending on your preferences, values and parenting stylePublished on April 27, 2010 by Christine M. Steerman