Im Not Sleepy
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|Author||: Jonathan Allen|
|Editor||: Boxer Books Limited|
After staying up all night as owls do, Baby Owl insists that he is not sleepy, despite his yawning and stretching and behaving very grumpily. By the creator of I'm Not Cute!
|Author||: Trish Holland|
|Editor||: Golden Books|
It's bedtime for a precocious little fox in this endearing and humorous Little Golden Book! Unforunately, little fox has far more energy than father fox has bargained for. Featuring delightfully warm illustrations and a story that all parents will relate to, I'm Not Sleepy will make a perfect addition to your very own little fox's bedtime routine.
|Author||: Campbell Books|
|Editor||: Campbell Books|
The Big Steps series is designed to help little ones (and their parents) cope with everyday experiences. In I'm Not Sleepy, watch little Ned and his mummy go through their bedtime routine even though Ned is "not a bit sleepy". See Ned clear away his toys, have a bath, a story and then a song in this fun-filled novelty book with flaps and mechanisms. Each page has really helpful bedtime tips for parents and carers that are endorsed by leading Early Years Consultant, Dr Amanda Gummer. With delightful illustrations from Marion Cocklico, I'm Not Sleepy is the perfect bedtime book to share with even the most reluctant little sleeper!For more toddler tips read No More Nappies: A Potty-Training Book.
|Author||: Jonathan Allen|
Baby Owl has stayed up all night, but he’s definitely NOT sleepy. So why do all the other animals in the forest think it’s past his bedtime? He’s not stretching, after all, he’s just exercising his wings. And he’s only yawning because he’s bored – owls need a lot of excitement, you know. This comic tale of a toddler who isn’t quite ready for bed will be a sure-fire hit with children – and parents!
|Author||: Jane Chapman|
It is bedtime but Mo, an owlet, is not at all sleepy, so Grandma suggests that he put her to bed instead, and Mo soon discovers that it's not as easy as he thought it would be.
|Author||: Lauren Child|
|Editor||: Candlewick Press|
In the follow-up to I Will Never Not Ever Eat a Tomato, Charlie helps Lola get ready for bed, despite the tigers, whales, and other animals that serve as obstacles.
|Author||: Chris Grabenstein|
|Editor||: Random House Books for Young Readers|
Imagine if you could steal your toddler's nap? This picture book debut from a #1 New York Times bestselling author turns the universal dilemma of getting kids to sleep upside down! It's time for a nap but, just like stubborn toddlers everywhere, Annalise Devin McFleece won't have anything to do with bedtime. Dad tries to encourage sleepiness by pushing her around the park in her stroller. Along the way, they pass a man sitting on a bench, dog walkers walking dogs, a boy on a skateboard, kids playing ball, a girl practicing her juggling, and others. Each of them thinks that taking a nap is a great idea and if Annalise Devin McFleece doesn't want hers, they'll happy take it. And one by one, everyone falls asleep...except Annalise Devin McFleece. But when she's finally ready for her nap, all the naps are taken! Is there anyone who has an extra nap to spare? With every turn of the page, the busy city scene becomes more and more quiet...except for Annalise Devin McFleece. Will she ever take a nap?
|Author||: Lauren Child|
|Editor||: Orchard Books|
A classic Charlie and Lola picture book about tricky bedtimes from Children's Laureate Lauren Child. Charlie has this little sister Lola. Sometimes he has to try and get her off to bed. This is a hard job because Lola likes to stay up late... Lola says, "I am not slightly sleepy at 6 or 7 or 8. I am still wide awake at 9 and not at all tired at 10,11 and 12 and I will probably be perky at even 13 o'clock in the morning." Told with true Lauren Child style, this warm and funny picture book will make bedtime fun for even the most reluctant of children. As seen on CBeebies! 'Funny, bright and very entertaining' - Daily Mail
|Author||: Robie H. Harris|
|Editor||: Little Brown & Company|
A little boy claims not to be sleepy, but after his father falls asleep in his bed while reading a story, the boy, his cat, and his parents are all ready for bedtime. Includes brief notes on helping a child go to sleep.
|Author||: Robie H. Harris,Nicole Hollander|
|Editor||: Little Brown & Company|
A little girl and her mother enjoy shopping at the grocery store until the girl has a tantrum when her mother will not buy ice cream. Includes brief notes on handling a child's tantrums.
|Author||: Matthew Walker|
|Editor||: Simon and Schuster|
"Sleep is one of the most important but least understood aspects of our life, wellness, and longevity ... An explosion of scientific discoveries in the last twenty years has shed new light on this fundamental aspect of our lives. Now ... neuroscientist and sleep expert Matthew Walker gives us a new understanding of the vital importance of sleep and dreaming"--Amazon.com.
|Author||: Michael Roizen,Michael Crupain,Ted Spiker|
|Editor||: National Geographic Books|
NY Times best-selling author Dr. Michael Roizen reveals how the food choices you make each day--and when you make them--can affect your health, your energy, your sex life, your waistline, your attitude, and the way you age. What if eating two cups of blueberries a day could prevent cancer? If drinking a kale-infused smoothie could counteract missing an hour's worth of sleep? When is the right time of day to eat that chocolate chip cookie? And would you actually drink that glass of water if it meant skipping the gym? This revolutionary guide reveals how to use food to enhance our personal and professional lives--and increase longevity to boot. What to Eat When is not a diet book. Instead, acclaimed internist Michael Roizen and preventive medicine specialist Michael Crupain offer readers choices that benefit them the most--whether it's meals to help them look and feel younger or snacks that prevent diseases--based on the science that governs them.
|Author||: Marianne Richmond|
|Editor||: Sourcebooks, Inc.|
For every parent whose child won't settle into bed without a dozen excuses, here is an adorable bedtime story that makes us laugh with recognition from beloved, award-winning author Marianne Richmond. With her signature heartfelt illustrations and whimsical text, I'm Not Tired Yet! helps every parent ease their child off to dreamland. I'm Not Tired Yet! inspires a playful, endearing bedtime routine that leaves kids and grownups looking forward to nighttime, no matter how strong the allure of playtime.
|Author||: Ada Calhoun|
|Editor||: Grove Press|
When Ada Calhoun found herself in the throes of a midlife crisis, she thought that she had no right to complain. She was married with children and a good career. So why did she feel miserable? And why did it seem that other Generation X women were miserable, too? Calhoun decided to find some answers. She looked into housing costs, HR trends, credit card debt averages, and divorce data. At every turn, she saw a pattern: sandwiched between the Boomers and the Millennials, Gen X women were facing new problems as they entered middle age, problems that were being largely overlooked. Speaking with women across America about their experiences as the generation raised to “have it all,” Calhoun found that most were exhausted, terrified about money, under-employed, and overwhelmed. Instead of their issues being heard, they were told instead to lean in, take “me-time,” or make a chore chart to get their lives and homes in order. In Why We Can’t Sleep, Calhoun opens up the cultural and political contexts of Gen X’s predicament and offers solutions for how to pull oneself out of the abyss—and keep the next generation of women from falling in. The result is reassuring, empowering, and essential reading for all middle-aged women, and anyone who hopes to understand them.
|Author||: Shelby Harris|
|Editor||: W. W. Norton & Company|
For every woman who “does it all” . . . except get a good night’s sleep! More than 60 percent of American women have trouble sleeping— which isn’t surprising, as they have a higher risk of developing sleeping problems. But addressing this issue is more nuanced for women than for men; pregnancy and menopause are just two factors that add complexity to an already difficult problem. At the risk of jeopardizing work, parenting, relationships, or overall health, no woman can afford to deal with sleep deprivation on her own. The Women’s Guide to Overcoming Insomnia is a roadmap for those who experience anything from occasional bad nights to chronic insomnia. It outlines several methods to overcome these issues and improve physical and emotional well- being. From medical sleep aids to nonmedical approaches, the book looks beyond the basics of sleep hygiene, helping women to retrain their bodies and minds for a good night’s sleep every night.
|Author||: Patricia Martin|
|Editor||: Magination Press|
Get Ready Board Book This new series of cleverly wordless board books with bright illustrations will delight little ones and their parents and provides an endless opportunity to engage in toddlers their own storytelling and interpretation of what they see in the book. Super cute and appealing, little kids will see themselves in the stories as both books capture a family's experience. Sleepy Time is a comforting snuggle up book, perfect to read to young kids to develop calm daily routines. Bathing, putting on pajamas, using the potty, brushing teeth, reading a story, and being afraid. With a parent as instructor, protector, and safe-keeper, this book is for every kid.