Children’s Author Amy Parker Has a Perfect, Family-Friendly Remedy for a Sound Sleep for Mommy AND Daddy – Book Promotions
I received a copy of both ”How to Get Mommy to Sleep” and “How to Get Daddy to Sleep” ($14.99 value/each) in exchange for this post. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own.
Mommy and Daddy are always up early and to bed late. What can littles do to help them go to sleep? Amy Parker has some wonderful remedies for Mommy’s when the kiddos are in charge:
- Start the day early
- Make a yummy breakfast
- Get dressed yourself
- Help make a shopping list
And remedies for Daddy’s day too:
- Start the day early
- Help pick out Daddy’s clothes
- Make him a fancy meal
- Make sure Daddy goes outside
And MANY more ideas for Mommy and Daddy’s day to help them finally go to sleep, plus a BONUS prayer time in the end.
These children’s picture books are wonderful bedtime stories that take you through a day on how to help Mommy and Daddy get through their busy day and onto bed through a child’s mind. The children’s ideas in the book are comical at times but very heartwarming. It also makes our littles realize that Mommy and Daddy need routine and wind down to their day, just like they do. Littles will also enjoy the wonderful illustrations on each page to smile about.
How to Get Mommy to Sleep and How to Get Daddy to Sleep would be GREAT holiday gifts for the upcoming season for those little ones ready to help out Mommy and Daddy go to sleep. These children’s picture books can be purchased at a local bookstore near you or Amazon.
About the Author and Illustrator
Amy Parker’s children’s books have sold more than a million copies, including two Christian Retailing’s Best award-winning books and the bestselling books A Night Night Prayer; Night Night, Farm; and Night Night, Train. Visit Amy at http://www.amyparkerbooks.com and on Instagram @amyparkerbooks and Facebook @amyparkerauthor.
Natalia Moore studied illustration at Swansea University in Wales, passing with Honors, and now lives and works in Devon, England. She has illustrated more than twenty children’s books, working with mixed media and finishing off digitally, and is also a teacher and author. Natalia enjoys drawing from real life and is never without her sketchbook.