The go-to guide to getting infants and toddlers to fall and stay asleep has a new cover and has been revised and updated! 

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Here is a list of some of the new material and updates that you can look forward to:

  • Sample sleep, wake and feeding schedules for all age groups
  • Tips for making bedtime a bonding time, not a battleground, including how to handle tantrums
  • How understanding your child's temperament can help you improve his sleep
  • More tips on sleep training for twins and multiples
  • Expanded techniques on helping preschoolers stay in bed
  • How to improve sleep when you choose to co-sleep or room-share -- and how to end co-sleeping if that's right for your family
  • Sleep help for children with sensory processing disorders, reflux, and other needs
  • New baby yoga recommendations
  • What is emotional availability and how attuning with your child can improve bedtime
  • How to use Switching Associations if you are not ready for the Shuffle.
  • How to handle developmental milestones when they derail sleep coaching
  • Expanded chapter on medical conditions that can be disturbing your child's sleep

Good Night, Sleep Tight still offers a practical, easy-to-follow gentle system that will work for all families seeking peaceful slumber for their children birth to six years old!

 Kim has just made it even better!

"My son did not sleep through the night until I read this book and implemented the routine. When he wakes up he knows how to put himself back to sleep..."

"Wish I had found this book 2.5 years ago as we have struggled with sleeping since my son was first born. This finally offers useable advice and strategies other than "let him cry it out!"

"I’m so thankful we found this book!!! With very few tears and only two tough nights, after a week of sleep training, we had an independent sleeper!"


Good Night, Sleep Tight Companion Workbook

Companion workbook to Good Night, Sleep Tight!

Available in Paperback & Kindle Format

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Perfect for a busy {tired} mom
By Lindsay Chung

“If you read my review of The Sleep Lady's Good Night Sleep Tight, you know that I absolutely love her technique. I was having some terrible trouble getting my girls to go to bed and sleep through the night and was in desperate need of some help. I followed her techniques and was able to consistently sleep until my alarm went off. That was unheard of in my home.

This workbook is almost like a "cliff notes" version of Good Night Sleep Tight and is just as essential for a new mom. New moms are tired enough and it can be really difficult to find time to read anything, let alone a 400+ page book about sleeping. So, the condensed version is really a lifesaver.

This book is perfect for any mom with a kid under the age of 6.”

A wonderful guide
By E. Kischell

“This is a wonderful guide for any parent whose child is having sleep problems. It claims to be a common sense method and it certainly is - when you're a sleepless parent you really want a sleep technique that works and that does not require a bunch of mental gymnastics. This workbook format is terrific for the busy (and tired!) parent, it's easy to use, even if you do not have the original book than this workbook is based on (Good Night Sleep Tight).”


Good Night, Sleep Tight Workbook

For Children with Special Needs

Available in Paperback & Kindle Format

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With its easy-to-use and clear step-by-step format, the Good Night, Sleep Tight Workbook will help tired parents create and follow an effective sleep plan to achieve sleep success for their kids with special needs—toddlers to tweens.

Written with Katie  Holloran, MA, BCBA, who is a Gentle Sleep Coach® focusing on parents with children with special needs. As a special education teacher, board certified behavior analyst and a mom, Katie has worked with hundreds of children who have special needs and their families to find evidence-based solutions to the many unique challenges they face. Find her on the web at

“This workbook is a much-needed resource for children with disabilities. As a Behavior Analyst, I see many clients who struggle with sleeping issues. Helping their children develop strong sleep habits can be so difficult for them. Katie Holloran is a wonderful resource, always offering several ideas of what to try and ways to solve problems in various sleeping situations. She has provided me with countless suggestions and advice for my clients and even for my own child, and she is so passionate about what she does. I can't wait to share this workbook with my clients.- Tanya Wilson, MS, Ed, BCBA, LBA

“Our 2-year-old son with Developmental Delays woke every 2 hours for more than 2 years, and we were exhausted. After working with Katie, Aiden can now sleep on his own. It took some hard work on our part, but working with Katie made it possible; she listened to us, we both adjusted, and she walked through it with us until we made it.” - Mom and Dad of Aiden, 2 years old