Top Tips from the Baby Whisperer - Sleep
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Top Tips from the Baby Whisperer - Sleep : Secrets to Getting Your Baby to Sleep Through the Night

By (author) Tracy Hogg , By (author) Melinda Blau

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'I can't get my five-week-old to sleep in her cot.' 'My six-week-old resists his naps.' 'My baby is three months old and is still waking up throughout the night.' Sleep is the number one issue that plagues parents from the moment they bring their newborn baby home from hospital. Even the lucky ones, whose babies are naturally good sleepers, wonder when their baby will sleep through the night. Tracy Hogg's incredible sensitivity and ability to read infants' cries, coos and assorted baby noises quickly earned her the admiration and gratitude of high-profile couples, including a host of celebrities. With reassuring, down-to-earth advice, her practical sleep programme will help you overcome your baby's sleep problems and works with infants from as young as a day old. A lifesaver for any busy parent.

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  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 134 x 144 x 14mm | 117.93g
  • 03 Sep 2009
  • Ebury Publishing
  • VERMILION
  • London
  • English
  • 0091929725
  • 9780091929725
  • 7,700

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The late Tracy Hogg trained at Great Ormond Street Hospital and continued her education in midwifery and caring for newborns at St James' Hospital in Leeds and St Catherine's Hospital, Doncaster. She migrated to the US in 1993 where her uncanny ability to understand and calm babies led to her nickname 'The Baby Whisperer'. Melinda Blau is an award-winning writer specialising in family and health topics. She is the author of seven other books and countless magazine articles and is the mother of two grown-up children.

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"Straight-talking" Sunday Times "Miracles are her business" Jodie Foster "She achieves what, to hard-pressed parents, seem like miracles" Mail on Sunday

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