Pillow Talk

Fleiss, Paul M.
September 1999
Mothering;Sep/Oct99, Issue 96, p34
Presents tips on how parents in the United States can help put their children to sleep. Consequences of ignoring a child's cries; Criticisms against the practice of training a child to sleep by regulating feed times; Positive bedtime rituals; Includes lullabies; Bedtime stories, tales and poems.


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