1888 PressRelease – Neta Faynboym, author of recently released Big Boys Sleep in Their Beds, offers a humorous tale that helps children transition to bedtime without fear stemming from her real life experience with her son.
PHOENIX – For some parents of toddlers, getting their child to go to sleep can be hard enough, not to mention the challenge of getting them to sleep in their own bed. Author, parent, and physician Neta Faynboym understands what children go through when it is bedtime all too well. Her new book, Big Boys Sleep in Their Beds, take a humorous look at how a mother and son deal with the fears that can be present in some children when their day ends. The book chronicles the sleep ritual she went through with her son when he was at the 0h-so-difficult time of his life when he didn’t want to sleep in his own better. A situation that many parents struggle with night after night.
“As a parent and a physician, I understand what children go through when it is time to go to bed,” said Faynboym. “The goal of my new book is to help children understand that it is safe to go to bed and that whatever they are concerned about can be put aside.”
Big Boys Sleep in Their Beds is a tale that focuses on a mother and son that go through the bedtime ritual, dealing with every obstacle possible. From monsters under the bed to the importance of extra good night kisses, this book take a whimsical approach to getting kids to sleep. “Ultimately, it is about helping children to feel comfortable and safe enough to simply relax,” said Faynboym. “Once they do, they can fall asleep easily. The book is just a way to help parents and kids transition.”
Filled with delightful illustrations, Big Boys Sleep in Their Beds, this book is ideal for all ages, especially those in their preschool years. They will love hearing about how one boy ends up falling asleep after he and his mom decide that sleeping alone is a good idea.
The book is currently available on SDP Publishing, Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
About the Author
Neta is a mom and a physician. She works and writes in sunny Arizona. Her two geriatric cats are by her side as she is writing.