Even Superheroes Have to Sleep (Hardcover)

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By Sara Crow, Adam Record (Illustrator)
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“Will ease little readers to restful states.”—Kirkus

Toddlers will feel better about bedtime when they learn that superheroes, cowboys, princesses, and astronauts ALL have to sleep too!

 
It’s bedtime for superheroes . . . and KIDS! Young ones will enjoy this sweet, short rhyming story that lulls them into bedtime with the promise that all their heroes are getting tucked into bed too. And the book comes with stickers and a reward chart, so good bedtime habits can be reinforced each night when kids brush their teeth, put on their pj’s, and settle down to sleep. It’s a book and sticker package that will help parents achieve bedtime peace each night.

And don't miss the companion book—Even Superheroes Use the Potty—to help teach kids good bathroom habits.

About the Author


SARA CROW self-published her first book, Even Superheroes Have to Sleep, after a successful Kickstarter campaign. She followed it up with Even Superheroes Use the Potty. Sara and her husband reside in Seattle but make frequent trips to her home state, Montana. Her three young sons are the inspiration for her writing.

ADAM RECORD is the illustrator of Even Superheroes Have to Sleep and Even Superheroes Use the Potty. Adam started drawing as a kid while sitting in church, and feels blessed that he now gets to make his living as an artist. Learn more about Adam’s art at adamrecord.com.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780399558061
ISBN-10: 0399558063
Publisher: Doubleday Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: March 14th, 2017
Pages: 32
Language: English

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