Add variety to your child's bedtime routine with the latest book from the author of The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep, the New York Times and international bestseller that parents have been raving about! Features all-new child-tested, parent-approved techniques to reclaim bedtime and provide a sweet and tender end to each day.
Your child joins Ellen the Elephant on a journey through a magical forest that leads to sleep. Along the way, children meet different fantastical characters and have calming experiences that help them relax and slip into slumber quickly. The story works perfectly for either naptime or bedtime.
Children will love switching between stories about both Roger the Rabbit (The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep) and Ellen the Elephant (The Little Elephant Who Wants to Fall Asleep), and parents will appreciate the diverse ways each character will help their loved ones fall asleep quickly and easily.
Includes never-before-seen material that will make a difference at bedtime, including insightful sleep tips and answers to frequently asked questions to help guide families to an even more satisfying nighttime routine!
Advance Praise from Parents
"Even better than The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep."
"It's nice to have an alternative for a bit of variety."
"You only have to read a few pages and you have a sleeping child!"
"A must-have book in our home!"
Praise for The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep:
New York Times Bestseller
USA Today Bestseller
Publishers Weekly Bestseller
Translated into 43 Languages
"The magical book that will have your kids asleep in minutes." New York Post
"On the cover of [The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep] there's a sign that reads, `I can make anyone fall asleep'and that's a promise sleep-deprived parents can't resist." NPR
"For many parents, getting kids to fall asleep can be a nightmare. But [The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep] . . . promises to make the process easier and help kids to drift off to sleep faster." CBS News
"A book whose powerfully soporific effects my son is helpless to resist." The New York Times