Teach Your Child to Sleep: Solving Sleep Problems from Newborn Through Childhood (Hamlyn Health) Paperback – 15 Sep 2005
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"What is brilliant about this book is the way the authors steer
readers away from bad habits from the very start"
-- Families upon Thames
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The book is easy to follow and has realistic ways of sorting problems out. Nothing is too far fetched or difficult to follow and you don't leave your child crying for hours!! This book is a must have for any parent who needs straightforward advice on helping your child to sleep.
We have gone from a child who was shy and had no confidence due to overtiredness to a bright and confident 4 year old who now goes to sleep at a decent time and wakes up 11 hours later rather than at 5.00 am with 3 or 4 wake up times in the night.
Excellent, Excellent, Excellent.
To be fair to the book, I did not read it cover to cover, and I an sure it does offer much needed support to many parents (as per the many positive reviews) - I just did not find it helpful. This may be because I have never been able to leave either of my babies to cry as per the Ferber technique, and was looking for a less upsetting solution for me and my babies. I have just re-read the other reviews of the book, and can't help but feel that I have missed something, but I don't think so. If you already are doing the basics with no success (such as good bedtime routine, filling daytime tummies and trying to get little one to go to sleep on their own etc.Read more ›
The problem with our daughter not sleeping well has been pretty specific and we adapted the advice provided in the book to match it. She potty trained at night very quickly, as soon as she turned 3. As a result, she started waking at night and would ask to be taken to the loo. Over time the wakings became more frequent and included all sorts of random requests about rearranging her duvet, giving her more water etc. She also started having night terrors on occasion.
My husband and I were at loss as to what to do. After we read the book, we realised we have been pretty inconsistent in responding to our daughter's night calls. In a way we have indadvertedly conditioned her to expect our attention every time she stirred at night. In order to help her to sleep better, we decided to introduce the sleep fairy (as advised in the book), which would bring her a little present every night she improved on one thing we asked her to. To start with, we asked our daughter to come out of her room if she needed us, as we waited for her outside the door, instead of going in her room.Read more ›
I have given 2 stars because there is a bit that might be helpful for older children, where a sleep fairy rewards good sleep at night. Sadly no use for babies.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book describes a system which has had brilliant results for my daughter whose baby kept waking through the night. I highly recommend it.Published 10 days ago by P S.
I ordered this as my second child is due imminently and needed to refresh myself on those early days of how to get a baby to sleep. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Joey
I use this book to support my clients whose children have sleep problems and having attended their sleep workshop can thoroughly recommend this book to parents. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mandy Lewis
Good case studies with examples. Now the hard bit : implementing!Published 1 month ago by FelixDaCat
I have an 8 month old baby girl who I have breast fed on demand since birth. Sleep is a distant memory, on a good night she wakes twice, on a bad night she wakes hourly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Very Tired Mummy
I was a bit disappointed by the lack of info on new borns-6 months too be honest, but for children older than this it was much better. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifers Daddy
What this book is saying is basically don't cuddle, don't kiss, don't rock, don't touch etc your baby as they may develop "inappropriate sleep association". Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mar05
Useful book to help identify and aim to solve sleep problems for children.
As a Healthcare professional whose key patient group includes mums and young children often with... Read more
We haven't had any sleeping problems yet but I wanted to get this book in order to prepare myself for when we will need to help our baby with her sleep. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Happyfamily