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Product details

  • Paperback: 279 pages
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Contemporary (1 April 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0071381392
  • ISBN-13: 978-0071381390
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.5 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (321 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,605 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Parenting educator Elizabeth Pantley is president of Better Beginnings, Inc., a family resource and education company. Elizabeth frequently speaks to parents at schools, hospitals, and parent groups around the world. She is a regular radio show guest and frequently quoted as a parenting expert in newspapers and magazines world-wide and on hundreds of parent-directed Web sites. She publishes a newsletter which is distributed in schools, doctor's offices and parent programs everywhere.

Elizabeth is the author of several popular parenting books, including the best-selling No-Cry Solution series:
The No-Cry Separation Anxiety Solution
The No-Cry Discipline Solution
The No-Cry Sleep Solution
The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Toddlers and Preschoolers
The No-Cry Potty Training Solution
The No-Cry Nap Solution
Perfect Parenting

Elizabeth and her husband, Robert are the parents of four children. For more information, excerpts, parenting articles, and contests visit the author's website at http://www.pantley.com/elizabeth

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..enjoy the copious photos here of blissfully conked out kids. Read this manual and yours could look like that, too.
-- Families, Jan/Feb 2008

From the Back Cover

"At long last, I've found a book that I can hand to weary parents with the confidence that they can learn to help their baby sleep through the night--without the baby crying it out."
--William Sears, M.D., Author of The Baby Book

"When I followed the steps in this book, it only took a few nights to see a HUGE improvement. Now every night I'm getting more sleep than I've gotten in years! The best part is, there has been NO crying!"
--Becky, mother of 13-month-old Melissa

A breakthrough approach that offers hope to exhausted parents looking for gentle ways to help their baby sleep without the heart-wrenching tears

Are you suffering through sleepless nights and having to fend off a barrage of heartless advice about letting your baby "cry it out"? The No-Cry Sleep Solution will show you how it is entirely possible and within your grasp to help your baby fall asleep peacefully--and stay asleep all night long.

Until now the only two ways to deal with sleepless nights were to let your baby cry herself to sleep or to become a sleep-deprived martyr and tough it out from dusk until dawn. At last, there is a practical and effective third way, thanks to Elizabeth Pantley, a parent educator and mother of four. Pantley is like a best friend who's been there and is full of caring advice to help you and your baby get a good night's sleep. Her ten-step will lead you through the process one day at a time by:

  • Shedding new light on your baby's sleep patterns and helping you set realistic goals
  • Showing you how to analyze, assess, and improve your baby's sleep patterns using sleep logs
  • Offering a variety of sleep solutions that fit every parenting style, whether you cosleep with your baby or she sleeps in a crib or whether you breastfeed or bottlefeed
  • Creating a tear-free customized sleep plan that works for both you and your baby

Don't let sleep deprivation keep you from enjoying your baby. The No-Cry Sleep Solution is full of reassuring advice and words of wisdom from other parents who have had success with the program. It will give you the tools you need to effectively and gently reach your goal--a good night's sleep for everyone.


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402 of 422 people found the following review helpful By Muffin's mummy on 4 Sept. 2008
Format: Paperback
As a parent I've always been firmly in the Sears camp rather than the Gina camp, and this book seems to be considered as a sacred text by practically everyone I know with similar parenting styles. My 9 month old has been a poor sleeper from the start and so naturally I got hold of a copy. I do love the style of the book and it is indeed initially very reassuring. Unfortunately, it does seem very much geared to fixing specific sleep problems that relate to babies that are unable to fall asleep by themselves and hence need to be nursed or rocked again every time they wake. Unfortunately this doesn't apply to my baby, who wakes frequently despite being perfectly able to put himself to sleep quickly and easily initially. It also doesn't cover 'tension releasing' crying vs 'tension increasing' crying. After much agony I have discovered that my baby actually NEEDS to have a short cry in order to fall asleep. Now I understand that he actually needs to be put down awake to cry, he will be asleep in a few minutes, whereas previously with all of my 'loving' nursing, rocking and singing he would still be sobbing in exhaustion and hour later. If I'm honest I think I might have found this out sooner if I hadn't been brainwashed by all the attachment parenting books that letting your child cry practically was akin to abuse.

So, if you have a baby with the 'right' kind of problem, this might be the book for you. But as always, you need to remember that no one has written a book about YOUR baby yet.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ania on 3 Feb. 2015
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I loved this book. It suggests a sensible routine, not much different from many other books on the market, but where this one differs is that it takes account of the fact that parents have an emotional stake in their baby's sleep.
The basic idea is to observe your baby and note, in detail, what goes on day and night that could be affecting their sleep patterns. Then, there is a range of helpful suggestions to improve some of them, then, noting to see whether the situation improves, all of this can be done gradually, and without distress to the baby.
I didn't read this first time around, and my older son didn't sleep through until he was two. I came away from that experience thinking I'd done it wrong, I should have 'trained' him earlier, or that I was a wimp for not letting him cry it out.
Mostly, for me this book was simply reassuring. Pantley has a friendly and encouraging tone, and mainly suggests things that I did the first time instinctively, but this book has made me confident and proud of my choices. The few ideas from Pantley that I am trying are gold dust, but they are of small benefit compared with how much better I feel!
If you're wondering whether this is better than the promises of quicker results from cry-it-out methods, Ferber, or She-who-must-not-be-named but if you've ever been to a baby group you know who I mean) please choose this. I give you one reason from personal experience - ok, it took 2 years but my oldest sleeps through every night in his own bed, and I do mean 13 undisturbed hours, bedtime is always pleasant for us all and we are close, and have no discipline issues. Anyone I know whose baby slept through so much earlier than mine is now waking in the night, climbing into parents bed often.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By MoorlandMystic on 27 July 2008
Format: Paperback
Elizabeth Pantley's book is especially great for those parents co-sleeping and breastfeeding. It fills in the gaps where the Sears Attachment Parenting and Baby Sleep books fail on this angle. It mentions the co-dependancy of daytime naps and night-time sleeping.

BUT having specifically mentioned two mothers with lap-napping babies that were cured of this sleeping preference, guidance on how to achieve success was not supplied. Another mother was cured of taking bedtime with her baby due to separation issues but again this was frustratingly not addressed.

A major factor in Elizabeth's advice is the emphasis on placing your baby down to sleep when still awake but without satisfactory guidance on how to manage non-conformity. Placing baby down when 'almost asleep' is not detail enough for me. Information on how to achieve a self-settled baby (without rocking, feeding, singing etc) and avoid any upset followed by missed nap/overtiredness etc is lacking.

However, Elizabeth's book helped cure my baby of hourly night waking with very simple advice on limiting daytime naps to two hours long - common sense when one thinks about it!

This book would probably more suit parents who need routine out of necessity rather than desire. We found it more stressful attempting to structure our daytime to add any benefit, so remain fluid on how each day progresses. My baby is breastfed and benefits from nightfeeding, so I would not wish for her to sleep through the night which this book helped me appreciate. Still, a much kinder method to that of the Tracy Hogg, Faber or Gina Ford's of this world.
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66 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Pam B on 16 July 2006
Format: Paperback
This book is an absolute life-saver and is perfect for anyone like myself, who does not want to use any sort of `cry it out' method to help their baby to sleep.

I was an exhausted mother of a 1 year old baby who would use breastfeeding as a means to help him sleep. He would wake sometimes up to 8 times a night leaving me completely exhausted wondering how I was going to get through the next day.

I was determined not to use any kind of `cry it out' method and had resigned myself to the fact that this was the way it was going to be. Fortunately, I stumbled across this book and within 6 weeks my baby was sleeping all night through and I felt fantastic!!

As clearly stated in the book the methods used do take time since they are not an overnight remedy. I decided to give myself 2 months. It was really hard work and for those 6 weeks I was even more tired than usual since the procedure used often had to repeated - but it was definitely worth it. We had very little success for the first month and I was becoming quite disheartened, worried that all this effort was going to be for nothing. Anyway, we somehow managed to stick to the plan and by the 5th week we started to see some dramatic improvement in the length of time my son slept between feeds. By the 6th week he was sleeping all night long. We still can't quite believe it.

The only advice I would give for anyone using the methods is to try and have lots of patience and try to remain really calm (easy to say - I know) at 2, 3, 4 o'clock in the morning. The first few weeks for us were really hard since progress was very slow - but I am very glad we stuck it out - it was really worth it.

Nowadays, when my baby sometimes wakes at night I pick him up for a quick cuddle and then lie him down (awake of course!) and as long as it isn't a teething problem he falls back to sleep himself, happily. Best of luck!
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