New York, NY (PRWEB) November 01, 2016
Trying to get a young child to fall asleep can be a tiresome affair that affects parents as much as their troubled young sleepers. While there are several methods for helping children sleep at night, the classic technique of reading a bedtime story is tried and true. Author C E Dawson has crafted the ideal addition to any nighttime routine with her children’s book, “The Nomigranates, Tropical Fruit People: Guardians of Children’s Sleep.”
In “The Nomigranates,” C E Dawson creates the magical land of the Haven Cloud, home to The Nomigranates, Tropical Fruit People. At night, the Nomigranates descend to Earth helping to guide children to sleep. They remain close by throughout the night, ensuring a peaceful night’s rest for the kids they watch over. Parents will also benefit from the “The Nomigranates,” as Dawson provides helpful tips and suggestions for parents whose children struggle at bedtime each night.
“As a child, I had a difficult time sleeping through the night and my daughter faced similar sleep struggles for two years,” Dawson said. “Sleep deprivation as both a child and parent served as inspiration for writing The Nomigranates. With this book, parents will have a convenient, reliable bedtime story that children will both enjoy and find comfort in.”
“The Nomigranates” can be worked into any nighttime schedule, allowing children to look forward to a full night’s rest.
“The Nomigranates, Tropical Fruit People: Guardians of Children’s Sleep”
By C.E. Dawson
ISBN: 9781504343404 (paperback), 9781504343411(e-book)
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Balboa Press
About the author
C E Dawson received her diploma in business studies from the Barrow-In-Furness College before going on to earn diplomas in IT, Life Coaching and Reflexology Theory. Today, Dawson works out of the Middle East as an executive personal assistant.
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