It’s Never Too Late To Sleep Train: The Low-Stress Way to High-Quality Sleep for Babies, Kids, and Parents
Stop Nighttime Wakings, Bedtimes Battles, and Pre-Dawn Wake-Up Calls – for Good.
Get Your Whole Family the Sleep They Need.
This book shows you how.
Get Your Kids to Fall Asleep (And Stay Asleep) At Night
Like millions of parents, you’re desperate to get a good night’s sleep. You want your child to go to sleep in their own bed, sleep through the night, and wake up rested in the morning.
But right now bedtime is an emotional tug of war, and you can’t remember the last time you had a night of uninterrupted sleep.
All the other books on sleep training offer contradictory advice, and none of it really seems to work. Your best intentions seem to slip away each night when you’re trying to get your kid to sleep.
Pediatric sleep specialist Dr. Craig Canapari understands what you’re going through.
When Dr. Canapari became a father, he realized that even three years of 36-hour hospital shifts couldn’t prepare him for the extreme sleep deprivation that comes with parenthood. Parents never get a break, and settling for sleepless nights often becomes the default because moms and dads don’t know what else to do.
In It’s Never Too Late to Sleep Train, Dr. Canapari distills years of clinical research and experience to make sleep training simple and stress-free for busy parents of children aged 6 months through 6 years– and even older. This book was written to help parents of pre school and school age kids, who are often left out of traditional sleep training advice. .
Even if you’ve been told you’ve missed the optimal “window” for sleep training, this book can give you a practical path to high-quality sleep for the whole family.
And don’t worry! “Cry It Out” isn’t the only way to sleep train – there are many methods for helping your child get better sleep. You can find a way forward that fits with your parenting values – and this book can help you do it.
It’s Never Too Late To Sleep Train
Dr. Canapari’s book is the new gold standard when it comes to sleep advice for families. Sleep science, the bedtime routine, setting the stage, nighttime feeds, early risers, nap challenges, sleep training, 2-hour bedtime delays, nightmares; it’s all in there. This book is perfect for helping any parent solve the most common childhood sleep problems.”Natasha Burgert, MD, pediatrician, National Spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics
I wish I had this book when my children were toddlers! It is full of wonderful tips and practical advice and is fun to read. It will save caregivers and their children from losing precious sleep. The title says it all. It’s never too late to sleep train.”Meir Kryger, MD, FRCP(C), professor, Yale School of Medicine and author of The Mystery of Sleep
This book is like having a pediatric sleep expert on speed dial. Every parent will benefit from Dr. Canapari’s sensible, science-backed advice, and he helps families form sleep habits that stick. It’s Never Too Late to Sleep Train is the practical way out of the cycle of overnight awakening and exhaustion.”Wendy Sue Swanson, MD, pediatrician and chief of digital innovation at Seattle Children’s Hospital
I am a BCBA (board certified behavior analyst) working on challenging behavior with children with autism, and I love the way things are written and explained in this book. Of all the resources I’ve used in my profession (sleep related or not), this is one of the best in terms of explaining behavior and behavior change. As a first time mom to a 5 month old, I felt like I knew what I should be doing but was having all kinds of issues implementing any type of sleep program. I read this book in one day and immediately started a bedtime routine and transitioning him out of our room. It took about 3 or 4 nights of consistently implementing our sleep training plan, and now three weeks later he is going to bed in his crib and sleeping about 9 to 10 hours through the night!”Nicolette Sammarco Caldwell, M.Ed, BCBA.Doctoral candidate, University of Texas. Autism and Developmental Disabilities
Meet the author
Craig Canapari, MD, is the director of the Yale Pediatric Sleep Center and an attending physician at Yale New Haven Hospital. His blog, DrCraigCanapari.com, is one of the world’s most popular physician-led blogs on pediatric sleep problems. Over 100,000 exhausted parents visit his site every month for his practical, gentle advice on helping the whole family get a better night’s sleep. He lives outside New Haven with his wife and two sons.