These nighttime classics and new-releases are sure to inspire Zzs

Does your child’s bedtime feel like a battle? Try cracking open a book. Research from The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that pre-bed reading could be the key to developing a healthy bedtime routine (bye-bye tantrums).

Reading can serve as an important cue that shut-eye is coming, explains Lauren Yelvington, pediatric sleep consultant and author of the newly released book Can You Yawn Like A Fawn? “Further, there is a direct correlation between reading to a child and the positive development of language skills and healthy reading habits,” she says.

Add these dreamy suggestions to your child’s pre-snooze plan.

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