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Naomi and the Secrets of Going to Sleep

Book description

 

Some kids and parents have issues going to bed at night.
This book, written by Dr. Jonathan Kushnir, a children's sleep
expert and a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist helps kids, and
you, the parents, learn and understand how to establish a
better sleep routine for your child.

The book tells the story of Naomi, a girl with trouble going
to bed and falling asleep.
It begins by describing the behaviors that make it hard for
Naomi to go to bed and fall asleep.
Things change when her grandfather tells her the bedtime
tory of 'The Secrets of Going to Sleep.' Through his story,
he delivers the principles for a good night's sleep and an
effective bedtime routine.

This book aims to help children and parents understand
simple principles of sleep in a fun and engaging way, and
lead to a better sleep for kids and parents.
Introducing these sleep principles through this children's
story will enable parents to engage their kids in adopting
them easily and willfully. The principles described in this
book are based on years of research in the field of
children's sleep.

This book will Improve your children's sleep habits, it will
teach bedtime routines, and it will be a great bedtime
story for kids.

Get the book and sleep well!

Recommendations

Dr. Michael Zivor, Clinical Psychologist, St Mary's Hospital, London

Another great book by Dr. Kushnir, who is able to make evidence based CBT understanding of sleep problem. accessible and fun to read with our kids and clients.
Highly recommended for parents who want to help their kids who have sleeping difficulties and for clinicians who are searching the use of narrative therapy combined with CBT. The Illustrations are heart warming and kids love it.

Yoel Elizur Associate professor and Head of the Clinical Child & Educational Psychology Program at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Well done for the ongoing investment in writing children's books. I read it and found the book very pleasant and valuable for children with sleep difficulties in general

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