Nina is a cheerful and brave girl, but when night comes and her bedside lamp goes out… Mr. Fear creeps through a crack in the door, sits on the edge of her bed, and refuses to let her sleep! Will Nina manage to chase off her fears and sleep easily?
A story by Laura Pazos, a psychologist specializing in childhood sleep, secure bonds, and positive discipline.
Includes a recipe to make your own ghost repellant spray!
Laura Pazos is an expert in childhood sleep, and has helped more than 4000 families sleep better.
Children spend more than 40% of their childhood asleep, and sleep is a nutrient as vital as any food. From two years old, fears and nightmares start to appear, and having a story that names them and helps deal with them is highly useful.
At the end of the story is a guide for families on how to sleep better that includes useful information for helping little ones get to bed. This book will help mothers and fathers understand the importance of routines and rituals for sleep and how to create them.