Can You Yawn Like a Fawn? by Monica Sweeney, Lauren Yelvington
  

Synopsis

Can You Yawn Like a Fawn? by Monica Sweeney, Lauren Yelvington

When getting your child to sleep can be a nightly challenge, Can You Yawn Like a Fawn? uses clinical sleep strategies for a calming, restful reading experience to tell a story of sleepy animals getting tucked in at night. Follow the recommended bedtime routine from Certified Sleep Consultant Lauren Yelvington, cuddle up with your child, and read the soporific language with a soothing tone to ease your child into slumber. With each dreamy illustration of yawning baby animals, your child will be prompted to yawn along with them. This suggestive, tranquil repetition will have your child sleepy and snug as the story comes to an end. From yawning like a fluffy lamb to getting snuggly like a kangaroo, bedtime reading will be a loving, relaxing way for your little one to settle into dreamland.

About the Author

Monica Sweeney is a best-selling children's book author whose books have sold more than two million copies worldwide and have been translated into more than ten languages. Her children's books include the LOOM MAGIC series, BRICK SHAKESPEARE, and HOW THE CRAYONS SAVED THE RAINBOW. Monica lives in Boston, Massachusetts.

Lauren Yelvington is a Certified Family Sleep Institute Pediatric Sleep Consultant. Prior to becoming a child sleep consultant, Lauren practiced as a school psychologist for twelve years. Lauren lives in New York City.

Laura Watkins is the illustrator of Can You Yawn Like a Fawn?, among other books.

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Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Monica Sweeney, Lauren Yelvington
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Publisher

St Martin's Press

Publication date

1st July 2016

ISBN

9781250104168


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