The groundbreaking #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. This audiobook features two readings of THE RABBIT WHO WANTS TO FALL ASLEEP—one by Fred Sanders, one by Kathleen McInerney.
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, Mommy Rabbit takes him to see Uncle Yawn, who knows just want 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. You can choose which voice works best for your child. Both editions feature the same relaxing music throughout. The music is specially composed and uses carefully selected tones to reinforce the story.
Reclaim bedtime today!
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I had trouble falling asleep before I found this. It works every time! The thing is though, I don’t actually pay attention to it. For some reason I can relax better when I have a voice speaking to me, and the man has a very good putting to sleep voice! (I prefer the man’s voice)
Good but frustrated
This book does the trick for my daughter if she's tired. Some nights she is out in a few minutes and some nights we have to listen for 30-60 minutes before she falls asleep. I like that there are two versions to choose from. I would have given a better review if I was able to share this purchase between devices. I bought it on my iPhone. Now I am trying to download it on my iPad, but can't figure out how. I can download most purchased books and apps across devices, but for some reason I can't do it with this audiobook!
Works for my son and my patients
Already loved it for my son then tried it for a restless patient in the ICU (I’m an RN) and worked. (Not every time but many)