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Publisher Description

Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable, audiobook edition of The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep by Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin, read by Rachel Bavidge and Roy McMillan.

The groundbreaking No. 1 bestseller is sure to turn nightly bedtime battles into a loving and special end-of-day ritual. This child-tested, parent-approved story uses an innovative technique that brings a calm end to any child's day.

Do you struggle with getting your child to fall asleep?

Join parents all over the world who have embraced The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep as their new nightly routine.

When Roger can't fall asleep, Mummy Rabbit takes him to see Uncle Yawn, who knows just what to do. Children will join Roger on his journey and be lulled to sleep alongside their new friend.

Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin's simple story uses a unique and distinct language pattern that will help your child relax and fall asleep-at bedtime or naptime.

This soothing audiobook edition contains a choice of male or female narrator.

Reclaim bedtime today!

Kids & Young Adults
Rachel Bavidge
hr min
September 23
Penguin Random House Children's UK

Customer Reviews

Beviebe ,

Loud fast ad interrupts

The story itself is average. Long. I guess it could get you quite sleepy, but didn't seem to work for my LO as he wanted to look at the picture and iPhone screens are hardly sleep inducing. Even without that the major flaw is a loud, fast, American suddenly shouting 'this audio book's brought to you by...'. Definitely at the beginning, and maybe I had it set on repeat, as it came in again later too. Wakes you straight back up again.

phil230251 ,

The rabbit who wants to sleep

Excellent book still use it and our daughter is six and it still works never get past page 3 in the written book reading to her use this audio book as well

Girl at no5 ,

The story works....

And it really does, at least on my four year old daughter who's had problems sleeping ever since birth, but this version spoils any good work, and the magic the story itself did to her. As the story is finished, all is calm, then this loud awful American voice cuts through the peace to advertise who this audio book was done by. Sort it out please, its totally missing the point of the book and defeating the objective with this ending.

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