According to Lynn News, Sam the Sleepy Sheep is a new children’s book designed to help parents get their kids to sleep.

Sam the Sleepy Sheep, which has been created by Rory Z Fulcher and Dr Kate Beaven-Marks, was released on Monday and has been labelled as the ideal solution for stressed-out parents who are struggling to get their children to sleep.

The 32-page paperback, which is packed with illustrations, uses sleep-inducing language patterns that help children to relax and feel tired, whilst keeping them engaged with the story and its loveable characters.

Mr Fulcher said: “I do hypnotherapy training in London with Dr Kate Bevan-Marks. We thought this would be an ideal thing to do for parents.

“Children are really responsive to hypnotic suggestions and during the story there are suggestions for them to go to sleep.

“Parents are asked to read the instructions at the front and when they read the book, children sub-conciously pick up on it.”

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