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Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child by Marc Weissbluth
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May 14, 09

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I really liked this book. Not only does it suggest a method for making sure your children get enough sleep, it provides the reader with lots of information about the importance of sleep and backs everything up with academic studies. I liked that the author had done his own research and had lots of experience with different families through his practice. I also liked that the author is open to other methods and doesn't condemn any one because he is aware that different children have different temperaments and thus different needs.
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Erin Amanda:

This is one of my favorite sleep books for children. I think he reports the research better than most books do.


Rachel I noticed you are reading books on sleep so I have to mention Tracy Hogg's Baby Whisperer (http://www.amazon.com/Baby-Whisperer-...). It's much more than just a sleep book and I know tons of people that absolutely love this book (myslef included). I have a sleep blog (www.mybabysleepguide.blogspot.com) that I'm going to be adding her stuff to soon.


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