Marc Lewis, Ph.D., and Isabela Granic, Ph.D., are developmental psychologists as well as the parents of twins. Dr. Granic is a research scientist at the Hospital for Sick Children. Dr. Lewis is a professor in the Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology and the Program in Neuroscience at the University of Toronto. Together, they have been guests on international public radio programs, spoken at international academic conferences and given educational seminars and workshops to parents and clinicians around the world. Lewis, Granic and their children live in Toronto. Keep up-to-date with the authors on their blog.
I havnt read the entire book yet, but this is most making sense and useful one out of all the othersPublished 3 months ago by Xiao Yu
Love it! Clear and easy to read. This book charts baby development and recommends when to try sleep training. It works and it makes sense. I now buy it for all new parents.Published 24 months ago by miranda hurry
I am so glad I stumbled on this book at Chapters before the delivery of my son. Sleep training is not only one of the most important milestone to achieve with your baby but the... Read morePublished on Aug. 22 2012 by Rola Amer
This book is a must have for parents. It tells you when to sleep train, which the sleep training books don't tell you. I wish I would have bought this earlierPublished on Feb. 1 2012 by Chantal
This book proposes that parents attemp to "sleep train" infants at particular ages, on the basis that babies are more receptive to training at particular stages of development. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2012 by Isobel
Just get the book. You will pick it up over and over and over again. Finally, no more guilt. This guides you through all of what your little one is going through. THE BEST.Published on May 22 2009 by A. Ramsay
This book advises different approaches towards sleep training, depending on the baby's age. This book provides an important perspective on what your child might feel about... Read morePublished on April 28 2009 by J. Geyer