Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Sleep Books for Children

A new book helps children learn about snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.

Botts' Dots and the Rumble Line: How They Saved the Trees in Snordom was written by dentist Dr. Michael Simmons. He is a member of both the AASM and the
American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine.

The book involves a group of civilized boars who are planting trees in the town of Snordom. But all the trees keep falling down before they can take root.

Could it have anything to do with the boars’ snoring problem? The story tells how the boars solve the mystery.

Botts’ Dots is available from BookSurge Publishing. Learn more about the book at

In 2007 Scholastic Inc. published My Daddy Snores. Author Nancy Rothstein was inspired by her husband’s loud snoring.

The book tells how Mommy tries everything to escape Daddy’s snoring. She even spends a night in the doghouse. Finally she takes Daddy to the doctor. Will there be a solution for Daddy’s snoring?

Learn more about the book at Rothstein also hosts the online Sleep Radio Show.

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