Are your kids hyperactive and need a lot of time to calm when it’s bedtime? Would you like to have the ideal activity to put your children to bed with ease? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, keep reading …..Let’s face it, children can be a bundle of energy. That’s great. However, these little ones need to rest as well and catch a peaceful slumber. In this way, they can get full sleep and which can help their brain development in a sound manner. Countless studies have shown that if children calm down before bedtime, they can fall asleep quicker and wake up refreshed.This book was written specifically so it could be read to children to help them relax and get into a state of mind where they can naturally rest for a few hours.This wonderful storybook was conceived to deliver:CALMNESS. Flowing with a mellow tempo, the stories create a relaxing mood.CREATIVITY. The visual imagery herein fosters creativity in children.POSITIVITY. Each story has a theme that encourages a positive mindset.DEVELOPMENT. These beautiful stories will help develop a stronger imagination.SPEECH. Your child will develop better auditory skills when you read to them.….. And much more!We all want our children to grow up as well-polished and wholesome individuals. Sleep is an indispensable way to help children develop both physically and mentally. It can help their brains become healthier so they can focus better, learn faster, and retain information longer. The author understands your particular concern and has thoughtfully written every story in this book to enable you to personally reach out to your young ones. And once you regularly read these stories to them, you’ll discover that they’ll begin to feel calmer and restful.So, if you would like your children to develop in a holistic way and sleep better, click the “Add to Cart” button, and let’s get started!
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Zoe is a teacher and a mom.
She has been teaching for many years and her fondest memories of that time are related to times when she told stories to her little students before the afternoon nap.
In the evening, her passion was to come up with new stories to put her children to sleep, full of positive and encouraging thoughts.