The rabbit who wants to fall asleep
– a new way of getting children to sleep

The rabbit who wants to fall asleep is a bedtime story that is totally revolutionary in the way it’s written.

With the help of psychological techniques it invites the child both consciously and unconsciously to relax and fall asleep faster when it hears the story. The rabbit who wants to fall asleep comes from Sweden and is written by behavior scientist Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin. It has been a great success and has been talked about on both national TV and newspapers with interview, articles and experiments to see that is really works. Those who tried the book agree, it is powerful and really makes children fall asleep!

The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep is recommended by both the psychologist and psychotherapist who have been involved in the development of the book.

Buy The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep via Swedish bookstore Adlibris.


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Contact

E-mail

info@ehrlinforlag.com

Address

Ehrlin Förlag
Hallebergsliden 3
561 39 Huskvarna
Sweden

 

About the book


This is an innovative and groundbreaking type of bedtime story that uses sophisticated psychological techniques. These are formed in a way to help the child relax, fall asleep faster and sleep calmer every night. The tale gives suggestions to the child’s unconscious mind to sleep. The Rabbit who wants to fall asleep works perfectly either at naps during daytime or home at night, in a group or alone.

"Uncle Yawn took out his big, thick book, that contained a lot of spells which can make both rabbits and humans fall asleep ..."

About the author


Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin is a renowned author with several Swedish titles behind him and has been translated into several languages.

His background is a behavioral scientist and has for many years helped managers and employees of companies to develop. Carl-Johan's books deal with leadership, communication and psychology.

"There are plenty of ideas and I will always continue to write," says
Carl-Johan.