The Monster on Top of the Bed Children’s eBook Review

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Were you afraid of the dark when you were little? Are your kids afraid of the dark or being left alone to go to sleep in their bed?

I know as an adult, I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m still afraid of the dark…well not really the dark, but what “could be in it” that I can’t see, LOL. And my oldest son is the same way! Any little noise and he’s calling for me…then I have to stop what I’m doing and check the room; A-F-T-E-R he spends 10 minutes trying to duplicate the noise and convince me to stay in there with him.

It’s hard trying to get him to face his fear when I share the same fear. I am in my thirties & have not been able to conquer it so how can I convince him to  “get over it”???

For starters, we recently received an eBook to review: The Monster on Top of the Bed. Although it didn’t “wipe out” OUR FEAR…it made us giggle and have a silly view on things.

Plus it made it possible for me to address a situation that I was uncomfortable with in a manner I’d never thought of in a way my son was comfortable talking/reading about…

So remember next time you are in a scary situation… Things might not be as they seem.

You can get the book here:

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The product(s) featured in this review were provided to me, free of cost, by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product reviewing and/or testing. Opinions expressed are 100% my own, based solely on my experience/usage of the product and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

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An "ADD" mom trying to maintain an "ADHD" household during the hardest times of my life...telling "lifeasiknowit2b"

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