They recommend using the children’s book Matilda & Maxwell Good Night to help reinforce the techniques and concepts that the parent’s have just learned. In this funny book, with great pictures which are illustrated by Lisa Petty, kids will read about two best friends, Matilda and Maxwell. Matilda tells Maxwell that she has a secret. Her secret is that she is scared to sleep in her own bed at night.
The writers use a concept called What’s the Rule?. They don’t promise that it will be easy. In fact they say the first 4 nights can be very rough but they do say it works.
I also liked the question & answer chapter at the end of the book. It looked at special situations that parents are facing and how to deal with them and the night-time routine.
My son always asks questions or says he has to this or that before bed. So when asked to review the books I was delighted to be able to use What's the Rule? with him! It works so well. I just have to say it once and he gets it. So nice.
My son LOVES the children's book. We read it just about every night. When we got it we read it very night for 2 weeks straight. He giggles every time at Matilda stepping in poo. He is so silly. But I am glad he gets it and understands, makes it much easier for mama to put him to bed.
I really recommend these books if you have this same trouble. I thought nothing in the world could help..I was wrong! And so happy that this is out there!
Good Night :: $16.95 :: Parents guide to helping children sleep in their own beds without a fuss!
Matilda & Maxwell Goodnight :: $6.99 :: A bedtime story to assist children to sleep in their own beds without a fuss!
A SIMPLE GIVEAWAY!
*I was provided with these 2 books to conduct this review. These opinions are my own*