Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Recommended Sleep Books for Babies

There are so many books out there that it's easy to get overwhelmed. Here are some books that consistently get good reviews. The Book Depository has free shipping to Korea. What the Book in Itaewon can get most books for you. Amazon might be a good option if you have someone coming to visit or can buy the Kindle version of the book. The descriptions are based off of Amazon's descriptions.

The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Gentle Ways to Help Your Baby Sleep Through the Night
Written by Elizabeth Pantley

While some people believe that you can either let your baby cry it out or constantly comfort them, there is a third choice and that's presented in this book. She will give you tips on what may be preventing your baby from going to sleep, how to work with your baby's natural sleep schedule, creating a customized plan for your baby, and how to teach your baby to fall asleep without breastfeeding, bottles, or a pacifier. You can buy it from Amazon or the Book Depository.

The Sleepeasy Solution: The Exhausted Parent's Guide to Getting Your Child to Sleep from Birth to Age 5
Written by Jennier Waldburger and Jill Spivack

This book discusses the emotional needs of both the parent and the child. It's a family-friendly guide that will teach parents how to identify their child's sleep needs and create an individual sleep planner. There's also information about older children, such as moving to a big kid bed. You can buy it from Amazon or the Book Depository.

Sleeping with Your Baby: A Parent's Guide to Cosleeping
Written by James J. McKenna

This book contains information on how to safely co-sleep with your baby. James McKenna is the world's authority on co-sleeping. You can buy it from Amazon or the Book Depository.

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