Have You seen the Sleep Fairy?

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This is the story of a sleep deprived mother and father who are rescued by this shyest of fairies, who only comes out at night when all the children in the home are asleep.

She helps children get into the habit of sleeping through by leaving tiny items of interest under their beds for a few days until she can trust them to sleep through on their own. This sweet story is simply told by the author and beautifully bought to life in this new illustrated children’s story. Get your children into the habit of sleeping through by reading The Sleep Fairy to them and applying the idea to your family routine.

My Thoughts

The enticing title alone ensures young children will ask for this story over and over again and I doubt even the most exhausted parents will mind reading it.  

Have You Seen The Sleep Fairy is a quick read with quirky illustrations with colours that draw you in and lots to find in the background of the pictures.  The message is charming and positive and it is always nice to see a book encouraging a good pattern of behaviour but closing the day with a story instead of a lecture or a threat.  

A great addition to the family bookshelf that will be welcomed by children and adults alike.  

Purchase from Amazon UK

About the Author

Living in Chelsea, London with his wife and four children author T.K.R is no stranger to sleepless nights. When not writing children’s books, he runs his own business focussing on the tools and tactics associated with amplifying his clients’ global brands.



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