Sleep Easy – A Mindfulness Guide to Getting a Good Night’s Sleep
Twins Billy and Betty are having trouble sleeping. Billy’s mind is noisy, constantly chattering, keeping him awake. Betty finds that as soon as her eyes close she starts to worry about what will happen the next day at school. But the twins learn how to have a restful night by using mindfulness techniques to help them sleep tight. Suitable for ages 5–9.
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