Zeep Needs More Sleep
Mom's Choice Award Winner
This children's book was written to help children who suffer from sleep deprivation. It is intended to promote good sleeping habits and to motivate children to sleep more, to become more focused, less cranky, and to be happier. Phillipe saved his friends life because of his quick reflexes from getting plenty of sleep. The Mayor gave Philippe a medal for bravery and asked everyone to go to sleep one hour earlier each night for just one week. After the week ended just about everyone was nicer to each other, happier and more alert.
Hard Cover Print ISBN: 978-0-9827596-0-8
eBook ISBN: 978-1- 941095-05- 8
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This topic appeals to both children and young adults. I love the vibrant colors of "Zeep Needs More Sleep." Children will relate to Zeep's character and learn the value of sleep as to it relates to their success in the classroom and everyday life. Additionally, parents may be inspired to join their children in seeking ways on how to break those habits depriving the entire family from getting the sleep needed. Some habits unintentionally develop are late night snacking and watching television, which you addressed, or playing video games past reasonable bedtime hours.
Reading Specialist, Education Specialist
San Diego United School District
"Zeep Needs More Sleep." It is so important that children know that they need sleep to stay focused. Great job dealing with a tough issue. I also loved the illustrations.
Vanessa D' Andrea
Early Childhood Educator in the New Jersey Board of Education
I found your book, "Zeep Needs More Sleep" delightful. The information is so relevant and easily understood, making it a great teaching tool for sure.
Counselor at Mountainburg Public Schools
Paul M. Kramer's book "Zeep Needs More Sleep" addresses an important and often overlooked issue for children, and is written in such a way that it will be easy for them to understand. Lack of appropriate sleep can lead to negative health and learning outcomes. Both parents and children being informed of this is important. Emphasizing this in a children's story is a smart approach, since it can be read either at school or at home, and children can learn about the importance of getting sleep in a fun way.
Tad Fitch, School Psychologist
This book is truly delightful. I loved this story and will be sharing it with our pre-k and K teachers for them to read to their students. It is a delightful story for kids about really how important sleep is for their brains. Thank you for writing this in a storybook form so hopefully kids will take away an important life lesson/goal.
By Kim Holsapple