Sleep Baby, Safe and Snug (Love Baby Healthy) (Board book)
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Tummy full, story read, Yawn, stretch, time for bed. . . . Now one more kiss and one more hug, I drift to sleep, safe and snug.
A classic bedtime ritual experienced through a baby's eyes, this book conveys safe sleep practices in a gentle, rhythmic way. A perfect gift for new families, it was created for Charlie's Kids Foundation, whose mission is educating families about SIDS prevention.
About the Author
Dr. John Hutton is a pediatrician, author, and owner of the award-winning blue manatee children’s bookstore and decafé in Cincinnati, Ohio, and affiliate site blue manatee boxes. He is the founder of the blog Baby Unplugged, whose mission is to help keep children screen-free until age three and promote healthy, developmentally stimulating alternatives. Leah Busch is an artist and cocreator of the award-winning Toast to Baby series. She is the creative director, instructor, gallery director at Brazee Street Studios. They both live in Cincinnati, Ohio.
"A powerful teaching tool, this amazing little book makes SIDS prevention education at once fun to read and visually entertaining. A terrific medium for modernizing and popularizing the 'Back to Sleep' concept, it should be read by all prospective and new parents, grandparents, older siblings and hired caretakers." —Dr. Jeanne Ballard, MD, author, New Ballard Score
“What a wonderful book! Sleep Baby, Safe and Snug by pediatrician Dr. John Hutton and Leah Busch, in collaboration with Charlie’s Kids Foundation, works on so many levels: perfect for sharing while conveying safe sleep practices in a creative way. An inspired new advocacy tool for SIDS prevention, and ideal gift for parents. I strongly recommend it!” —Dr. Rachel Y. Moon, MD, professor of pediatrics and associate chief, division of general pediatrics and community health, Goldberg Center for Community Pediatric Health, Children's National Medical Center