The list author says: "Explaining dreams and nightmares to children is difficult, especially when we don't really understand dreams ourselves. I wish these books had been around when my kids were little, but fortunately for parents today, there are plenty of resources available to help you and your children have a healthy dream life and sound sleep.
The first few books here are for adults, starting out with an overview of children's dreams, healthy sleep habits, nightmares, and sleep paralysis (a condition when the dreamer things she is awake but is caught in a dream and unable to moveÂterrifying for children).
After that are two excellent books for middle school age and above, and I have also included a few children's books that make good bedtime stories. I would love to hear from parents who use some of these resources. Have I forgotten any good ones?"