The bedtime story ”The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep” has been called an entirely new type of sleep method to get children to sleep and has quickly become a success. Translated into several languages, this revolutionary book has helped thousands of parents around the world to put their children to sleep. By using psychological techniques and the specific way the book is written the children will often fall asleep, even before the story ends. This unique book is recommended and praised by psychologists and therapists, as a way to help put your child to sleep. "Use the story about "The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep" when exciting things are happening, or when something temporarily makes it difficult for your child to fall asleep." – Mikael Odhage, Psychologist "Have you ever struggled to help your child get to sleep and wished that you had a magical spell? Carl-Johan’s enchanting book will soon have your young ones dreaming." – Matt Hudson, Author and psychotherapist In ”The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep” 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. Buy the book today to help your child to fall asleep.
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Translated By: Kevin Shearman, Matt Hudson, Nadja Maununen
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