Saturday, April 6, 2013
Book Review: The Happiest Baby Guide to Great Sleep
Doctor harvey Karp has written a book titled The Happiest Baby Guide To Great Sleep. Now, in THE HAPPIEST BABY GUIDE TO GREAT SLEEP: Simple Solutions for Kids from Birth to 5 Years (William Morrow Paperback; On-Sale: March 19, 2013; $15.99; ISBN: 9780062113320), Dr. Karp stuns the world again by solving the #1 problem plaguing new parents: exhaustion. Dr. Karp's surprising insights include:
Training new babies to sleep better. Dr. karp shows how to safely boost baby sleep in just days by teaching them to sleep at least one extra hour from the first week of life.
White noise (low pitched and rumbling) has been found to be the key to good sleep Dr. Karp shares thoughts on what is the best white noise and which ones worsen sleep.
Perhaps you are like me and have always heard the saying of letting sleeping babies alone. Well Dr. Karp wants to offer the idea of why you should Always wake a sleeping baby. to allow babies to learn how to self soothe their selves back to sleep. This will help them learn to go back to sleep in the middle of the night
Swaddling has long been a beneficial tool to soothing a baby but many states have started to ban this practice because it is not done correctly. Dr. Karp will teach them how to do it properly and safely.
Dr. Karp is the world's leading baby and toddler expert. Dr. Karp uses his experiences of over 30 years as a pediatrician, child development specialist and Assistant Professor of pediatrics at the USC school of medicine to teach readers techniques that will help all parents.
You can check out his website here: http://bit.ly/Yy14de or
learn more about this book at Harper Collins Publishers available for purchase at a sale price here at: http://bit.ly/ZUyHra
DISCLOSURE: “I am participating in a book review campaign with One2One Network. I received this book from Harper Collins for the purpose of reviewing it. I have not received compensation. My participation in the campaign enters me into a drawing for a gift card. All opinions about this book are my own.”