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A rabbit that sends your child to sleep

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Paul Whybrow

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A book written by a Swedish behavioural psychologist and linguist Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin is currently outselling Harper Lee’s Go Set A Watchman and Paula Hawkins The Girl on The Train.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/sci...ook-to-send-children-to-sleep-in-minutes.html

It's sending children to sleep all over the world. Useful to know, should you have a troublesome toddler.

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Jennifer Stone

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As a qualified child carer, I find this intriguing and might research more into the book itself. From my own perspective and experience, the main reason bedtimes are stressful is because the parents/carers expect a battle and project their own stress onto the child, who in turn becomes anxious and agitated. Or there's no consistent bedtime routine. You'd be amazed at how successful a bath, milky drink and a story can be.
 
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Bernard Stacey

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There's nothing remarkable about this. I've read plenty of books that can send you straight to sleep, though admittedly none of them had a picture of Benjamin Bunny trying to start a pillow fight whilst off his face on pot.
 
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