Goes To Sleep Book Review And Giveaway

Goes To Sleep Book Review And Giveaway

As much as we love our kids, we also love bedtime.  When they hopefully settle down and go to sleep.  Giving us time to either catch up on things we have not got around to.  Or enjoy a nice hot cuppa without endless interruptions.

Goes To Sleep Book Review And Giveaway

Bedtime Routine

Bedtime in our house was usually routined, as I feel children need this and know it is time to calm down from the days activities.

  • Bath
  • Clean Teeth
  • Story time

My Daughter loved her story time, and would always try to get an extra story.  She always had to have her favourite story book, and would know if you missed a page.

My Granddaughter, although only 1 has a similar routine, and has her bedtime story which she loves.  Luckily her Mum feels that routines are good for them, and reading stories calms them down and is also lovely to get their own imaginations working when they are a bit older.

The Goes To Sleep books are personalised children’s books, putting your child in the middle of a great bedtime story.  Fully customised for a boy or a girl, with hair colour and skin tone even including your childs favourite animal.  Making the bedtime story even more magical.

The book is based on leading research by Children’s Sleep Specialists researching from both children and parents on how to get a good nights sleep.

The book has been loved by both parents and children, proving that night after night the book really does work, and help even the most difficult sleeper have a good nights sleep.

How To Enter

If you would like to win your own copy of the ‘Goes To Sleep Book’ see below for entry details.

Goes To Sleep Book

Good luck

 

 

 

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50 comments

  1. My daughter goes in phases but one that she always rotates back to is Whatever Next by Jill Murphy which is great because reading it reminds me of having it read to me as a child.

  2. My eldest had a huge book of nursery rhymes, we had to go through them all most nights. My youngest currently loves the That’s not my…books

  3. My children are now adult. I’m entering hoping to win for my granddaughter who at 9 months is too young yet to have a favourite.

  4. When my boys were little my husband was on story-telling duty and they always laughed at his funny voices. Now we have a granddaughter she is just 18 months and loves any story! Her current favourite (over and over) is about Little Mo

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