Does your child have difficult to fall asleep?
This is an innovative and groundbreaking type of bedtime story that uses sophisticated psychological techniques. These are formed in a way to help the child relax, fall asleep faster and sleep calmer every night. The story gives suggestions to the child’s unconscious mind to sleep. The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep works perfectly either at naps during daytime or home at night.
In this book you will follow Roger The Rabbit. He is tired and cannot fall asleep so Roger and Mommy Rabbit go to Uncle Yawn to get help. On their way they meet the kind Sleepy Snail and the wise Heavy-Eyed Owl who give him good advice on how to fall asleep faster. Even though he feels more tired they continue. Uncle Yawn sprinkles a magical sleeping powder over Roger The Rabbit. He becomes even more tired and barely gets home before he falls asleep and sleeps well in his bed all night.
The author, Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin, has been featured on Swedish national TV and talked about his totally revolutionary children's book, The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep. He has also been featured in several national magazines. Media and many parents refer to the book as a whole new way of getting children to sleep. Thousands of parents have bought and uses The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep and they think that it really works and help them a lot.
This is what a psychologist thinks about the book:
Use the story about The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep when exciting things are happening, or when something temporarily makes it difficult to for the child to fall asleep.
– Mikael Odhage, Psychologist
And this is how satisfied customers who use the book says:
An excellent bedtime story. It’s cool that I have never had to finish reading the whole book to my two children, both often fall asleep by page 4.
– Kenneth Revelj, Business Developer
The best part of the book is that you don’t have to remind the children that they should lay down to sleep, because it’s already in the book and I only have to read the story to them. The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep was also very enjoyable to read and filled its purpose very well.
– Veronica Rydén, Preschool teacher
My three year old child never wanted to fall asleep at night, until I read this book. It’s pedagogical and relaxing.
– Dan Sylvebo, Political writer
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