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The Baby Sleep Book: the Complete Guide
to a Good Night's Rest for the Whole Family.
William Sears, Robert Sears, James Sears and Martha Sears, $21.00
A comprehensive, reassuring,
solution-filled sleep resource, this guide shows parents how to match the
nighttime temperament of their baby to their own lifestyle, and provides
practical tools parents need to help the entire family sleep better.
The Baby Sleep
Solution: a Proven Program to Teach Your Baby to Sleep Twelve Hours
a Night. Suzy Giordano & Lisa Abidin, $17.50
Using the tried and true techniques of
behavior modification and sleep training, Suzy Giordano has earned
reputation as “the Baby Coach”, helping families get a better night’s
sleep. This is one of the few sleep books that pays attention to
the particular needs of parents with multiples. Herself the mother
of five children, including a set of twins, Giordano has worked
with families of singletons, twins, triplets and quadruplets.
Bed Timing: the "When-To"
Guide to Helping Your Child to Sleep. Marc Lewis & Isabella
Teaching your baby or toddler to sleep
through the night can be a bewildering and frustrating experience. Should you
let your child “cry it out” or follow a “no-cry” solution? Are you tired of
endless hours of rocking your baby to sleep? Why won’t your baby stay asleep?
And why is last month’s no-fail bedtime routine suddenly useless?
The key to sleep success is not which approach you take; what really matters is when you use it. Because your
baby is changing and developing, your sleep strategy should change too. Timing
is everything. For example, the Ferber method may work well for a 6-month-old
baby, but it is potentially disastrous for a 9-month-old. BED TIMING walks
you through the stages of child development, from birth to 4 years, and looks
at their implications for changing bedtime habits. Authoritative, sensible and
packed with informative case studies, BED TIMING is the essential
companion for all parents.
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Sleep for Your Baby and Child: a Parent's Step-by-Step Guide to
Healthy Sleep Habits. Shelly K. Weiss / the Hospital for
Sick Children, Toronto, $24.95
Most parents experience difficulties at some time with a child's
sleep patterns. Sleep problems from infancy through the teen years
are common and can be highly disruptive and troublesome for all.
Better Sleep for Your Baby and Child is written both for
expectant parents who want to prevent childhood sleep problems before
they start, and for parents who want to solve a child's existing
sleep difficulties. Strategies and professional advice are based
on scientific and hands-on clinical experience.
The Dream Sleeper: a Three-Part Plan
for Getting Your Baby to Love Sleep. Conner Herman
& Kira Ryan, $21.95
For parents comfortable with maintaining
a night — and a daytime — schedule, THE DREAM SLEEPER offers sleepy parents
strategies for getting everyone in the family the sleep they need.
Go the F**k to Sleep. Adam Mansbach, illustrated by Ricardo Cortés, $20.95
A bedtime story for real parents — new,
old or expectant — that you probably shouldn't read to your children.
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Good Night, Sweet
Dreams, I Love You: How Tired Parents Can Solve Their Children’s
Bedtime Problems. Patrick Friman, $15.50
With humor and empathy, child psychologist Dr. Patrick
Friman outlines the problems related to bedtime for children from
infancy through middle school and gives you advice and tips on how
to handle them. In many cases, he provides several options so you
can choose the approach you feel most comfortable with. His suggestions
can help end those bedtime hassles and get you and your child the
good night's sleep you both need!
The Happiest Baby Guide to Great
Sleep: Simple Solutions for Kids from Birth to 5 Years. Harvey Karp, $19.99
Surprisingly simple steps to
boost your little child's sleep fast! Dr. Harvey Karp works his magic
on the #1 parent complaint: exhaustion! Dr. Karp's surprising insights include:
- Why parents should always wake their sleeping
babies when they ease them into bed!
- How a new type of white noise can boost your
baby's or toddler's sleep by 1 to 2 hours!
- Easy "no-cry" tips that end infant and
toddler bedtime struggles in just days!
- Plus dozens more foolproof tips that have helped
thousands of families turn nighttime shrieks into nightlong slumber.
The Happy Sleeper: the Science-Backed Guide to Helping
Your Baby Get a Good Night's Sleep — Newborn to School Age. Heather Turgeon
& Julie Wright, $18.95
Many parents feel pressured to “train” babies and young children
to sleep but kids don’t need to be trained to sleep, they’re built to
sleep. Sleep issues arise when parents (with the best of intentions) over-help
or “helicopter parent” at night — overshadowing their baby’s innate biological
ability to sleep well. In The Happy Sleeper child sleep experts Heather
Turgeon and Julie Wright show parents how to be sensitive and nurturing, but
also clear and structured so that babies and young children develop the
self-soothing skills they need to:
- Fall asleep independently
- Sleep through the night
- Take healthy naps
- Grow into natural, optimal sleep patterns
for day and night
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Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child, 4th Edition.
Marc Weissbluth, $23.00
The perennial favorite for parents who want to get their
kids to sleep with ease — now in a completely revised and expanded fourth
In this fully updated fourth edition, Dr. Marc Weissbluth
overhauls his groundbreaking approach to solving and preventing your children’s
sleep problems, from infancy through adolescence. In Healthy Sleep Habits,
Happy Child, he explains with authority and reassurance his step-by-step
regime for instituting beneficial habits within the framework of your child’s
natural sleep cycles. Rewritten and reorganized to deliver information even
more efficiently, this valuable sourcebook contains the latest research on:
- the best course of action for sleep problems:
prevention and treatment
- common mistakes parents make trying to get their
children to sleep
- different sleep needs for different temperaments
- stopping the crybaby syndrome, nightmares, bedwetting,
- ways to get your baby to fall asleep according to her
internal clock — naturally
- handling nap-resistant kids and when to start
- why both night sleep and day sleep are important
- obstacles for working moms and children with sleep
- how early sleep troubles can lead to later problems
- the benefits and drawbacks of allowing kids to sleep in
the family bed
Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Twins: a
Step-by-Step Program for Sleep Training Your Multiples. Marc Weissbluth, $21.00
Sleep-training twins presents a unique
set of challenges. This invaluable guide will not only get your babies to sleep
through the night but help you stay healthy and rested so you can enjoy the
many blessings of having more than one!
Helping Baby Sleep:
the Science and Practice of Gentle Bedtime Parenting. Anni Gethin
& Beth Macgregor, $23.00
Child development specialists (and
mothers) Anni Gethin and Beth Macgregor challenge the wisdom
of the popular “cry
it out” philosophy and instead advocate a responsive parenting
approach during the day and at night. Mining the latest scientific
research, the authors show parents how to practice gentle bedtime
techniques that respect a baby’s neurological and emotional
development. With this supportive, empowering guide, readers
• Learn why babies wake at night and need help to settle
• Understand how early parenting choices affect a baby’s growing
• Examine why “sleep training” is risky, both in the short
and long terms
• Discover how to create an effective sleep routine and safe sleeping
• Explore common baby sleep problems and how to cope with them
• Find out how tired moms and dads can build a support system (and stay
Sensitive, responsive parenting establishes a powerful bond between
baby and parent--a connection that lays the foundation for healthy
emotional and psychological development. Filled with scientific
evidence, stories from parents, and testaments from infant mental
health authorities, Helping Baby Sleep gives conscientious
moms and dads the insight and practical tools to help their babies
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Sleep Plan. Cathryn Tobin, $22.95
Is another sleep book really necessary?
Where most of the popular sleep books focus on resolving infant
sleep problems, this unique book is about preventing problems before
they start. Dr. Tobin believes that there's a moment in time when
- if a baby is given proper direction - it will learn to sleep through
the night, without shedding a tear in the process. Although every
baby is unique, the window of opportunity generally begins to appear
around six to eight weeks of life. Opening with a clear explanation
of infant sleep cycles and needs, The Lull-A-Baby Sleep Plan
shows parents how to teach their baby good sleep habits before they
have a chance to develop the poor habits and ongoing sleep problems
the seem to plague so many families.
A different kind of sleep book, The
Lull-A-Baby Sleep Plan is a positive and respectful choice
for sleep-deprived parents.
The Natural Baby
Sleep Solution: Use Your Child's Internal Sleep Rhythms for Better Nights and
Naps. Polly Moore, $19.95
A gentle and effective way to put your baby to sleep
based on the human rest and activity cycle that occurs every 90 minutes.
Restful daytime naps and consistent night-time sleep are the rewards — for baby
and for parents.
The No-Cry Nap Solution: Guaranteed
Gentle Ways to Solve All Your Naptime Problems.
Elizabeth Pantley, $21.95
THE NO-CRY NAP SOLUTION offers you a
proven formula to allow your baby, toddler, or preschooler to get daily
restorative rest, using gentle, loving, tear-free techniques.
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The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns: Amazing Sleep
from Day One for Baby and You. Elizabeth Pantley, $22.95
In the womb, babies sleep up to 20 hours a day. Clearly
newborns don't need to be "trained" how to sleep - they know how, and
they've had plenty of practice. So why do most parents have trouble getting
their newborns to sleep?
This guide explains the ways parents unintentionally
prevent an infant's natural sleep to occur, and teaches simple but powerful
ways to improve the quality of sleep that everyone — baby and parents — get.
Sleep Solution for Toddlers and Preschoolers: Gentle Ways to Stop
Bedtime Battles and Improve Your Child's Sleep. Elizabeth Pantley,
Here are the tools you
need to help your toddler or preschooler to get in bed, stay in
bed and sleep all night without leaving them to cry it out. This
sequel to her book for parents of infants, The No-Cry Sleep Solution,
shows tired parents how to end the bedtime battles, night waking
and early-rising that frustrates the entire family.
The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Gentle
Ways to Help Your Baby Sleep through the Night.
Elizabeth Pantley, $22.95
There are two schools of thought for
encouraging babies to sleep through the night: the hotly debated technique of
letting the baby "cry it out," or the grin-and-bear-it solution of
getting up from dusk to dawn as often as necessary. If you don't believe in
letting your baby cry it out, but desperately want to sleep, there is now a
third option, presented in Elizabeth Pantley's sanity-saving book THE NO-CRY
SLEEP SOLUTION. Pantley's successful solution has been tested and proven
effective by scores of mothers and their babies from across the United States,
Canada, and Europe. Based on her research, Pantley's guide provides you with
effective strategies to overcoming naptime and nighttime problems. THE NO-CRY
SLEEP SOLUTION offers clearly explained, step-by-step ideas that steer your
little ones toward a good night's sleep.
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Parent’s Guide to Getting Kids Out of the Family Bed. Lawrence
Many parents have a difficult time getting their
children out of the "family bed." This workbook presents
a 21 day program to help parents move their children back into their
own bedrooms. The workbook has separate sections for working with
infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, as well as older children who
are sleeping in their parents’ bed due to special circumstances
(e.g. divorce, fears, death in the family, etc).
The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep: a New Way of
Getting Children to Sleep. Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin, $21.00
This innovative bedtime story uses nuanced phrasing and
timing to help children relax, and to fall asleep. The tale gives suggestions
to the child's unconscious mind to sleep, and can be read for naps and bedtime.
The Science of Mother-Infant Sleep: Current Findings
on Bedsharing, Breastfeeding, Sleep Training, and Normal Infant Sleep. Wendy
Middlemiss & Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Editors, $21.95
The Science of Mother-Infant Sleep is a
compilation of recent articles that address these important questions. The goal
was to bring together recent evidence about the safety of sleep practices so
that parents and professionals can make informed, evidence-based decisions. The
Science of Mother-Infant Sleep is a collaborative project by an
international working group of experts on mother-baby sleep.
- Bedsharing: What should parents avoid and how can they make
it safe? Does it increase the risk of SIDS? What is its impact on
- Sleep-Training and Cry-It-Out Techniques: Do they impact
infant health and development? What should parents know?
- Involving Parents in Decisions about Infant Sleep: What is
normal infant sleep? How can parents calm a crying baby?
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Sleep Better! A Guide to Improving
Sleep for Children with Special Needs, Revised Edition. V. Mark Durand, $33.50
From bedtime tantrums to bedwetting,
sleep problems can be one of the biggest sources of worry and frustration for
parents of children with special needs. Help is here in this down-to-earth,
nonjudgmental guide, packed with widely tested, easy-to-use techniques that
work for all children, with and without disabilities. This fully updated
edition includes help for parents who usually struggle with nighttime problems.
Without preaching or proposing a “one right way” to solve problems,
psychologist and father Mark Durand helps families tackle sleep issues with
optimism and proven strategies drawn from clinical and personal experience. A
must-own for tired parents everywhere, this warm and wise guidebook will put
sleep problems to bed and help whole families get the rest they need.
This flexible book includes valuable background information on understanding
and assessing sleep problems, with highly effective strategies for children
with special needs such as autism, Tourette syndrome, and cerebral palsy. It helps
parents develop a positive outlook and attitude as they work to resolve their
child’s challenges, and includes help for parents who struggle with their own
nighttime problems. SOLVE SLEEP ISSUES LIKE:
- Bedtime tantrums
- Night waking
- Sleep terrors
- Bed wetting
- Sleep schedule problems
- Sleepwalking and sleep talking
- Periodic limb movements
The Sleep Book for Tired Parents:
Help for Solving Children's Sleep Problems. Rebecca
Weary of that nightly struggle to get
your child to bed? Overtired because you've got a kid who can't sleep through
the night? Overwhelmed by your child's nightmares? Here's how to stop the cycle
of problems. Therapist Rebecca Huntley, an experienced parent educator,
introduces three popular techniques: the Family Bed, Cry-It-Out and Teaching in
Small Steps. She explains how you can modify these options to fit your family's
values and style. She also emphasizes that there is no single "right"
way to handle sleep problems. Each family has the right to make its own
choices, according to its values, situation and what works best.
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Sleep Difficulties and
Autism Spectrum Disorders: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Kenneth Aitken, $53.95
Problems with sleeping are common and
make life difficult for the individual who is affected and for those around
them. Sleep difficulties are particularly prevalent amongst people with Autism
Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and often cause or worsen other difficulties.
This comprehensive guide to the
management of sleep problems introduces all the proven remedies and focuses on
the problems commonly found in ASDs and related conditions. The author
discusses sleep in depth, including how we currently define and understand it.
The full spectrum of sleep disorders is explained alongside the range of
possible treatment approaches. The book also examines why some sleep problems
are more common among people with an ASD than others, how sleep problems evolve
over time, what can be done to treat them and the likely benefits from different
This book is a complete resource for
professionals, families and carers working with those suffering from sleep
problems of any kind. It will be of great interest to anyone wanting to gain a
thorough understanding of sleep in relation to ASDs.
Sleep and Your Special Needs Child. Antonia Chitty
& Victora Dawson, $27.95
Sleep is vital for children's well-being. Without enough
sleep their health, mood, behaviour and learning ability may all be impaired.
Research shows that children with additional needs are more likely to have
sleep disorders than typically developing children, and that without
intervention these problems will persist. While most parents of babies expect
sleep problems to resolve within months, parents of children with special needs
can find them lasting into adolescence and beyond. This is a pressing issue for
parents, as disturbed sleep can cause depression, relationship problems and a
weakening of the immune system. The majority of parents receive little or no
help with sleep problems, and few families have access to sleep practitioners.
book addresses sleep problems using a highly successful behavioural and
cognitive approach to sleep management, and is the first book to explain these
approaches in detail. The practical advice contained is invaluable for parents
who want to feel more in control and more confident about tackling sleep issues
in a way that is appropriate for their child.
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Through the Night: How Infants, Toddlers and their Parents Can Get
a Good Night's Sleep, Revised Edition. Jodi Mindell, $18.50
If your sleepless child is making your
life difficult, you're not alone. Help is here, with Dr. Mindell's
proven method for teaching your baby or toddler to fall asleep on
his or her own — and stay asleep until morning. Dr. Mindell shares
the latest research and strategies, with reassurance and field-tested
tips from her experience as a pediatric sleep expert and parent.
Sleeping with Your Baby: a Parent's
Guide to Co-sleeping. James McKenna, $18.95
Sleeping with your baby has been the
norm for almost all cultures for almost all ages. Yet, in our modern world, the
practice is fraught with questions and guilt. With organizations such as the
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) stating that a child should never sleep in
an adult bed, parents who cherish the closeness, security, and warmth of co-sleeping
are finding their hearts at odds with their brains.
This book educates, informs, reassures,
and defends the potential benefits of co-sleeping and how to do it safely.
In SLEEPING WITH YOUR BABY, a world-wide
recognized infant sleep authority instructs parents on how to create safe sleep
environments. Complete with safety sleep checklists and sections on minimizing
hazards and risks, this book explains why and how to sleep with your baby.
Sleepless in America: Practical
Strategies to Help Your Family Get the Sleep It Deserves. Mary Sheedy Kurcinka, $18.50
An estimated 69 percent of American
infants, children, and teens are sleep deprived. Studies have shown that sleep
deficits can contribute to hyperactivity, distraction, forgetfulness, learning
problems, illness, accidents, and disruptive behaviors. Often what our
misbehaving kids really need isn't more "consequences" or more
medication but more sleep.
SLEEPLESS IN AMERICA offers weary and frustrated parents a helping hand and an
exciting new approach to managing challenging behaviors by integrating research
on stress, sleep, and temperament with practical strategies and a five-step
approach that enables parents to help their "tired and wired" children
get the sleep they so desperately need.
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Solve Your Child's
Sleep Problems. Revised and Expanded Edition. Richard Ferber,
In the first major revision of his bestselling
classic since it was published in 1985; Dr. Richard Ferber addresses
what he felt were widespread misconceptions regarding his methods
and their applications. This revised edition describes both the
problems and their resolution with greater clarity and insight.
The second reason for the new edition
was to answer parents’ questions on topics that were inadequately
discussed previously including co-sleeping, twins, naps, and travel
to different time zones. Of particular interest is Ferber’s acknowledgement
that families want and need more information on co-sleeping and
he offers new approaches for resolving sleep problems in bed-sharing
Finally, the new Solve Your Child’s
Sleep Problems incorporates new research, including important
basic information that all parents should know regarding the nature
of sleep and the development of normal sleep and body rhythms throughout
childhood. He discusses the causes of most sleep problems from birth
to adolescence and recommends an array of proven solutions for each
so that parents can choose the strategy that works best for them.
Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems
offers advice and concrete help for a whole new generation of anxious,
frustrated, and overtired parents.
Sweet Sleep: Nighttime and Naptime Strategies for the
Breastfeeding Family. Diane Wiessinger, Diana West, Linda J Smith &
Teresa Pitman, $24.00
It’s 4 A.M. You’ve nursed your baby five times throughout
the night. You’re beyond exhausted. But where can you breastfeed safely when
you might fall asleep? You’ve heard that your bed is dangerous for babies. Or
is it? Is there a way to reduce the risk? Does life really have to be this
hard? No, it doesn’t. Sweet Sleep is within reach. This
invaluable resource will help you sleep better tonight in under ten
minutes with the Quick Start guide — and sleep safer every night with:
- the Safe Sleep Seven checklist
- sort out the facts and fictions of bedsharing and SIDS
- learn about normal sleep at every age and stage, from newborn to
- direct your baby toward longer sleep when he’s ready
- tailor your approach to your baby’s temperament
- uncover the hidden costs of sleep training and “cry it out”
- navigate naps at home and daycare
- handle concerns from family, friends, and physicians
- enjoy stories and tips from mothers like you
- make the soundest sleep decisions for your family and your life
Sweet Sleep is the first and most complete
book on nights and naps for breastfeeding families. It is mother-wisdom,
reassurance, and a how-to guide for making sane and safe decisions on how and
where your family sleeps, backed by the latest research.
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Take Charge of
Your Child's Sleep: the All-in-One Resource for Solving Sleep Problems
in Kids and Teens. Judith Owens & Jodi Mindell, $19.95
Take Charge of Your Child's Sleep is the
first book to provide parents of older children with a comprehensive,
accessible resource for understanding and solving their child’s
sleep problems. Written by two of the country’s foremost experts
in pediatric sleep problems, Owens and Mindell explain the developmental
importance of sleep at all ages, cover all of the common sleep issues
parents may encounter, and offer age-specific recommendations for
each problem discussed. Take Charge of Your Child's Sleep
is the essential, all-in-one resource for parents seeking to recognize,
evaluate, prevent, and manage their school-aged children’s sleep
Tell Me a Story in the Dark: a Guide for Creating Magical
Bedtime Stories for Young Children. John Olive, $26.95
Tonight, don't read your child a story. Instead, dim the
light, lie down, and create storytelling magic. Weave a spell that will enchant
your child. Written by an award-winning playwright, Tell Me A Story In
The Dark provides you with every tool you need to tell great and
entertaining stories. In a time when parents want to spend more quality time
with their children, Tell Me A Story In The Dark:
- Shows you how to prepare and tell a story
- Communicates the enormous benefits — ending the bedtime battle of
wills, building vocabulary, making room for effective parenting moments
- Provides a treasure trove of stories that parents (and
grandparents) can adapt for their children
- Teaches you how to make up and tell your own stories
Children Don’t Sleep Well: Interventions for Pediatric Sleep Disorders
— Parent Workbook. V. Mark Durand, $30.95
If your child suffers from sleep problems,
you are aware of the toll it can take on your child and your family.
This workbook describes different problems and options for treating
them. Bedtime disturbances, night waking, sleep terrors, nightmares,
and other sleep-related issues are all addressed in this workbook.
It also includes a module on bedwetting. Working with your therapist
you can follow the step-by-step instructions for carrying out the
appropriate intervention. This workbook is easy-to-use and complements
the program described in the corresponding therapist guide (see
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The Baby Sleep Book: the Complete Guide to a Good Night's Rest for the Whole Family. William Sears, Robert Sears, James Sears and Martha Sears, $21.00
The Baby Sleep Guide: Practical Advice to Establish Good Sleep Habits. Stephanie Modell, $15.95
The Baby Sleep Solution: a Proven Program to Teach Your Baby to Sleep Twelve Hours a Night. Suzy Giordano & Lisa Abidin, $17.50
Bed Timing: the "When-To" Guide to Helping Your Child to Sleep. Marc Lewis & Isabella Granic, $16.50
Better Sleep for Your Baby and Child: a Parent's Step-by-Step Guide to Healthy Sleep Habits. Shelly K. Weiss / the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, $24.95
The Dream Sleeper: a Three-Part Plan for Getting Your Baby to Love Sleep. Conner Herman & Kira Ryan, $21.95
Go the F**k to Sleep. Adam Mansbach, illustrated by Ricardo Cortés, $20.95
Good Night, Sweet Dreams, I Love You: How Tired Parents Can Solve Their Children's Bedtime Problems. Patrick Friman, $15.50
The Happiest Baby Guide to Great Sleep: Simple Solutions for Kids from Birth to 5 Years. Harvey Karp, $19.99
The Happy Sleeper: the Science-Backed Guide to Helping Your Baby Get a Good Night's Sleep — Newborn to School Age. Heather Turgeon & Julie Wright, $18.95
Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child, 4th Edition.
Marc Weissbluth, $23.00
Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Twins: a Step-by-Step Program for Sleep Training Your Multiples. Marc Weissbluth, $21.00
Helping Baby Sleep: the Science and Practice of Gentle Bedtime Parenting. Anni Gethin & Beth Macgregor, $23.00
The Lull-A-Baby Sleep Plan. Cathryn Tobin, $22.95
The Natural Baby Sleep Solution: Use Your Child's Internal Sleep Rhythms for Better Nights and Naps. Polly Moore, $19.95
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The No-Cry Nap Solution: Guaranteed Gentle Ways to Solve All Your Naptime Problems. Elizabeth Pantley, $21.95
The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Newborns: Amazing Sleep from Day One for Baby and You. Elizabeth Pantley, $22.95
The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Toddlers and Preschoolers: Gentle Ways to Stop Bedtime Battles and Improve Your Child's Sleep. Elizabeth Pantley, $22.95
The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Gentle Ways to Help Your Baby Sleep through the Night. Elizabeth Pantley, $22.95
A Parent's Guide to Getting Kids Out of the Family Bed. Lawrence Shapiro, $23.95
The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep: a New Way of Getting Children to Sleep. Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin, $21.00
The Science of Mother-Infant Sleep: Current Findings on Bedsharing, Breastfeeding, Sleep Training, and Normal Infant Sleep. Wendy Middlemiss & Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Editors, $21.95
Sleep Better! A Guide to Improving Sleep for Children with Special Needs, Revised Edition. V. Mark Durand, $33.50
The Sleep Book for Tired Parents: Help for Solving Children's Sleep Problems. Rebecca Huntley, $16.95
Sleep Difficulties and Autism Spectrum Disorders: a Guide for Parents and Professionals. Kenneth Aitken, $53.95
Sleep and Your Special Needs Child. Antonia Chitty & Victora Dawson, $27.95
Sleepless in America: Practical Strategies to Help Your Family Get the Sleep It Deserves. Mary Sheedy Kurcinka, $18.50
Sleeping Through the Night: How Infants, Toddlers, and their Parents Can Get a Good Night's Sleep, Revised Edition. Jodi Mindell, $18.50
Sleeping with Your Baby: a Parent's Guide to Co-sleeping. James McKenna, $18.95
Solve Your Child's Sleep Problems. Revised and Expanded Edition. Richard Ferber, $19.99
Sweet Sleep: Nighttime and Naptime Strategies for the Breastfeeding Family. Diane Wiessinger, Diana West, Linda J Smith & Teresa Pitman, $24.00
Take Charge of Your Child's Sleep: the All-in-One Resource for Solving Sleep Problems in Kids and Teens. Judy Owens & Jodi Mindell, $19.95
Tell Me a Story in the Dark: a Guide for Creating Magical Bedtime Stories for Young Children. John Olive, $26.95
When Children Don't Sleep Well: Interventions for Pediatric Sleep Disorders, Parent Workbook. V. Mark Durand, $30.95; Also available: Pediatric Sleep Disorders: Therapist Guide. V. Mark Durand, $42.95
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