Fairy ZB Tales – A Children’s Book that Zaps all the Nightmares Away
The story surrounds Fairy ZB, a sleep fairy that zaps nightmares away using a little bit of magic and a lot of common sense. She had been trapped in a treasure chest located in a sunken ship for almost 200 years. This means for over 200 years the children around the world have not had any help or guidance from this fairy on how to handle nightmares. The moment Fairy ZB was freed, she was on a mission to help Lori find a way to get rid of her daughter Mia’s nightmares. However, this cannot be achieved so easily because Lori does not believe in magic!
The audience will embark on a fun and exciting journey as Fairy ZB works with Lori to calm her daughter’s night terrors and help her achieve blissful sleep. This can be used as a sleep-coaching tool by parents and their little ones so that nightmares can become a distant memory. The author uses techniques based on her research on sleep troubles and nightmares. Lack of sleep can cause kids to have bad grades and they are more likely to have depression symptoms and anxiety. Fairy ZB is written in a way that both the children and parents can understand with fun illustrations by Zoe Bjorkman.
Click here to visit the campaign and make a contribution to help this incredible children’s book become a reality. There is also a preview on Kickstarter of the illustrations by Bjorkman. Backers can choose from many attractive rewards as a “thank you” for the support.
Please know this is an “all-or-nothing” deal, which means if the campaign does not meet the fund goal then it can be years before Fairy ZB can be released to the world. So know that any amount given counts! Help the campaign even further by sharing it on Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. With everyone’s help, the children around the world will be able to sleep safe and soundly!
Company Name: Fairy ZB Tales Contact Person: Lakshmi Narayani Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 704-243-5814 Country: United States Website: shareddoctrines.com/index.html