The Tractor Who Wants to Fall Asleep: US English (A New Way of Getting Children to Sleep 3)
- Narrated by: Monte Reid
- Length: 36 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 01-12-18
- Language: English
- Publisher: Ehrlin Publishing AB
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Let your child be lulled to sleep with Tractor Alex in a sleep-inducing ride around the farm. Along the way they meet Yawning Carrot, Half-Asleep Leon, Sleeping Apples and other friends, who tell them what they do to fall asleep at night. Your child will have a soothing and relaxing experience and can fall asleep quickly - at naptime and bedtime.
"The Tractor Who Wants to Fall Asleep" is the third part in the bestselling, sleep-inducing series that makes children fall asleep around the world - parents say it's almost like magic!
The author Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin uses innovative techniques that have been approved by parents and psychologists. A sequel to the groundbreaking bestseller "The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep", an Amazon bestseller with over 2.3 million copies sold worldwide.
The most peaceful bedtime we have had in months!
-- Daily Mail
Tired parents of planet earth this is what you've been waiting for... If you don't already have a copy, you need to order one quick sharp!
My kids have NEVER fallen asleep while we read to them. Last night all THREE kids fell asleep before I had finished half of the book. Amazing!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Amazon Customer on 03-25-18
Even better than the Rabbit!
You will fall asleep... and your child.
I've really enjoyed this author's books to help your child fall asleep. We've been listening for years. This is the same author who wrote the Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep and the Elephant. I like how there are
more events present in this book than the Rabbit book, which just seems to give you more sections you can fall while listening to. I also like how characters from the other books pop up in this book. My kids usually fall asleep by the star counting part. My husband said he liked the "putting the things keeping you awake in a boat" part. I said, "what boat part?" It took awhile for me to last that long.
The narrator did his best job yet. He read the other books. My kids were fine with the previous narration, but my husband said his voice was scary in the Rabbit book. We all like it in this book. The voice is soothing and yet like he is smiling.
One little thing I find extremely important is when the story ends there is not the really loud voice recording that scares you awake saying, "Audible hopes you enjoyed bla bla bla". This isn't present with the Rabbit book, but is in our Audible recording of the Elephant book. It scared me awake at times. No worries here. You can sleep until you wake up uncomfortable on your kid's bunk bed. Then go to your big bed and listen to it again so you can get back to sleep.