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What to Do About Sleep Problems in Young Children

by Helen F. Neville, B.S., R.N.

Hope for tired parents!
Rest for cranky kids!
Peace for the whole family!

When babies and young children can’t get to sleep, or stay asleep, the entire family can be affected. Overtired kids get cranky, and so do exhausted parents.

If you or the parents you work with are struggling with sleep problems, you’ll want a copy of Helen F. Neville’s new book. Neville has spent more than 30 years as a pediatric advice nurse and parent educator, and she’s answered more questions about sleep than any other topic. Without a doubt, she knows how important sleep is to families with young children!

In What to Do About Sleep Problems in Young Children, 12 Months to 5 Years, Neville walks parents through a process to figure out what they want for their family’s bedtime routine and sleep schedule. She helps parents pinpoint current problems and develop a plan to address them.

Her book is succinct and thorough—and perhaps best of all, it’s available around the clock, even in the wee hours when you need immediate help.

Choose which downloadable format fits your wishes and printer:

  • Printed on both sides of the paper. When folded and stapled through the middle, it is shaped like a traditional 5½x8½ booklet.
  • Printed with two consecutive pages face up on one side of each sheet. Suitable for storage in a 3-ring binder or stapling in the corner.
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Useful for 12 months–5 years
34 pages
$9.95 downloadable

$9.95 paperback

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About the Author:
Helen F. Neville, B.S., R.N.

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Last updated June 11, 2014