SOLVE YOUR CHILD’S SLEEP PROBLEMS NOW! LEARN HOW TO GET RID OF NIGHTMARES IN THREE EASY STEPS!!!!
As many as 50% of children ages three to six experience nightmares that disturb the sleep of both the child and parent. While nightmares are common, they can still be quite distressing. Even if a parent is able to comfort the child, fear of recurring nightmares can make children afraid to fall asleep. There is an answer! “How Zac Got His Z’s: A Guide to Getting Rid of Nightmares” is a simple, three step guide to solving nightmare issues. This book is based on re-scripting, an approach that child psychotherapist Kerri Golding Oransky has used for the past 15 years with children who have trouble sleeping. Her husband, graphic artist Jason Oransky, provided the fun and engaging illustrations. In “How Zac Got His Z’s: A Guide to Getting Rid of Nightmares”, a boy learns how to conquer his bad dreams. Through fun rhymes and engaging illustrations, your child will learn how to get rid of his nightmares just like Zachary does. For immediate relief, this book can be downloaded NOW! In just seconds you and your child will be able to get rid of nightmares for good!
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING…
As a mother of three and School Counselor, I am thrilled to see this book on the market! For years I have looked for a simple kid-friendly resource for helping kids battle the monsters under their bed. Ms. Oransky keeps the wording simple with catchy rhymes. And the illustrations are marvelous. I will use this book with my students as well as my own children.-Heather, Washington D.C.
I have an eight year old child who was molested when she was three and she had nightmares so bad that she had to cover her head with the sheet so that the wolf would not get her. She would come and get me at least three nights a week. This went on from the time she was three until Kerri read her the book during our fist session and it has been over a week since she has had a nightmare. That is HUGE to us.- >KLBHT, Atlanta