Sat Beneath the Willow Tree is about a very special little boy who goes on an adventure of imagination. The aim of the story is to allow a child to feel safe, secure at bedtime and to go to sleep with a friendly and familiar voice. Within the story, there are positive reinforcements, to be yourself, to love yourself and never to be afraid to be who you really are. This story also addresses children who are afraid of the dark.
©2016 Charlotte Spivey (P)2016 Charlotte Spivey
Words can't describe how magical and powerful Charlotte's book is. I have three year old twins- bedtime's always a challenge. For the first time since I can remember, they're both asleep before 8pm- it's the first time we've played Charlotte'a book; and I know we're going to play it every night from now on. Thank you Charlotte, love Ange xx
I think it has to be a combination of Charlotte's calming voice, along with the lovely descriptive narrative.
The fact that it is not only a story but it is incredibly positive and reassuring to children, there is a wonderful message behind it.
Charlotte's calming and relaxing voice.
The story as whole is moving, Charlotte paints a picture with words, allowing your child to drift off to sleep feeling comforted and relaxed.
I like the fact that it can be used any time of day from if your child is struggling to sleep at night, or nap time in the day.
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