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So, your baby is having a hard time getting sleep. Maybe he can fall asleep but is having trouble staying asleep. You’re exhausted because whenever he wakes up, you get up to console him. I have figured out that one of the keys to figuring out how to help a baby is by reading books on the topic.

As someone who absolutely adores reading books, I can honestly say that you can’t go wrong with these 5 books I’m about to share with you.

There are so many books on the market that claim to help in one area or another and I’m the type to stick my neck out and find out. I like to be in the know and my goal here is to help you get more sleep with a baby. These books are great sellers and don’t cost much at all. In fact, they are all under $20. How much is a good night’s sleep worth to you? Priceless, right? Right.

Here are the 5 books that I recommend every sleep-deprived mom to read to learn tips and tricks on how to get baby to sleep longer.

1. On Becoming Babywise: Giving Your Infant the Gift of Nighttime Sleep “2019 Edition” – Interactive Support

2. Healthy Sleep Habits, Healthy Child, 4th Edition: A Step-by-Step Program for a Good Night’s Sleep.

3. The Happiest Baby on the Block

4. The Sleepeasy Solution: The Exhausted Parent’s Guide to Getting Your Child to Sleep from Birth to Age 5

5. Solve Your Child’s Sleep Problems

Conclusion:

These 5 books will help give you some great pointers. With these books, everything is simplified and easy to understand. Did I mention that these 5 books cost less than $20, meaning that you could get all 5 books for about $50? Who can beat that?

I hope these books I have recommended to you will help you on your adventure with your newborn, infant, or toddler. Enjoy!

You may also enjoy reading my article Help Baby Sleep Longer with these 9 Tips.

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