This groundbreaking number-one best seller is sure to turn nightly bedtime battles into a loving and special end-of-day ritual. The 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!
©2015 Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin (P)2015 Listening Library
For my kids, it's number 1. Though they don't typically have trouble falling asleep, they love to listen to it and become entranced.
Uncle Yawn! I have the compulsion to yawn every time his name is said.
I like that the kids can choose either storyteller. Mr. Sanders' performance is more subdued which my son and I like. Ms. McInerney's performance is more animated which my daughter likes.
The extreme reaction to this book is some serious shut-eye.... which is the point. ;)
That it works? My 5 year old has had trouble sleeping for the past 2 years now, and I bought this book on a whim one night, and from then on, she's been out like a light before the book ends. We listen to it every night.
The story itself really isn't interesting. I don't think it's meant to be, though. It's supposed to be quiet, and soothing.
I have not.
I probably have played this about 10+ times in the wee hours after I toss and turn but just couldn't fall asleep. So far I haven't made it to the end yet, so I suppose it works!
I have struggled with poor sleep for the majority of my life. At 32, I am willing to try most anything to get to sleep and stay asleep including children's books. This is the most relaxing and uninteresting story imaginable.
It's long and boring and awkwardly worded, but by golly it actually gets the kids (ages 6 and 3) to sleep.
The audio book smooths out some of the less coherent sentences from the written ebook, so that's a plus. There are 2 narrators: a man and a woman, listed as "chapter 1" and "chapter 2" so you get the same story twice over.
I bought this book on a recommendation. I have trouble sleeping sometimes because my mind won't stop thinking. This book has helped me fall asleep by quieting my mind. It doesn't work all the time but a large % of the time. I use it a few times a week.
This story works on me but it keeps my child wide awake because he loves the story. He laughs every time the speaker yawns. The book has two chapters. One with a male narrator and the same story with a female narrator. We listen to the whole thing at least 2 times a night. When the first time is over, he wakes me up to run it again. He takes a prescription sleeping pill and still, we listen to the stories all the way through.
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