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Bea Gives Up Her Pacifier: The book that makes children WANT to move on from pacifiers! Paperback – Large Print, April 10, 2014
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Winner of a Prima Baby Award for Best Toddler Book
"An enchanting tale featuring magical illustrations. The book acts as a step-by-step preparation for giving up." The Ham and High
"There is no other book on the bookshelf quite like this." JN2
About the Author
Other titles by multi award winning author Jenny Album, include Paddy and the Magic Pirate Hat, Ben Gives Up His Pacifier, and Tell Me About Heaven, Grandpa Rabbit!, winner of the Gold Prima Baby Award for Best Children's Book.
Album's aim as an author was to produce books that have "something a bit special about them - books that may linger in a child's memory, even into adulthood".
Top customer reviews
"I don't want to be a bunny, I don't want bunny teeth" that was 2 nights ago and so far so good. It seems to have worked.
Anyway I gave it to her on the Wednesday and when I went over to her that weekend the child had completely stopped using his pacifier, and was fine with it... My friend couldn't thank me enough..!
She said she'd given up hope of being able to sort out the problem, and this book had been a bit of a life saver for her.
Apparently the child had really enjoyed the story, and reading it had got him into the idea of `sending his pacifiers to fairyland' so that the fairies could use them (!)
Not exactly sure how it works but I think that, initially, you read the story to your child, and then follow at home exactly what the mom in the story does. (Ie: collect up the pacifiers together, leave them outside the child's bedroom for the pacifier fairy to take, and then, during the night, sneakily trade them in for a good toy... )
Anyway my friend has told me it worked a treat for her, and I should definitely give the book a good review, so that's what I'm doing! If you have the same problem it's clearly worth trying.
It reminds me of my daughter she never wanted to get rid of her pacifier when she was young my husband and I would search high and low when she lost it. I'm so glad she a teenager now. Funny she laughs at us when we tell the stories like no that was not me.