Emily Grace and the What-Ifs
WINNER OF THE NAUTILUS BOOK AWARDS
In Emily Grace and the What-Ifs, Emily Grace lies in bed while all kinds of fears and worries - the "what-ifs"- race through her head. Does this sound familiar? Fears about going to bed, worries that only seem to come out at bedtime, attempts to sleep with parents, and pleads for a parent to stay until the child falls asleep are common during childhood. These bedtime struggles often result in lost sleep for children and their parents.
The good news is that, like Emily Grace, children can learn to soothe themselves and fall asleep on their own.
Includes a Note to Parents and Caregivers with more ideas for coping with nighttime fears and making bedtime less of a struggle.