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The monsters under the bed have long been keeping kids from dreamland and that can make bedtime a challenge for many families. But what if your father had magic powers that would take the bad dreams away and replace them with good ones?
Or what if you and your father could jump into adventure-filled dreams together? This fall, award-winning writer and television producer John R. Green is helping kids imagine doing just that, making dreamland a fun and safe place to be.
Little A.J. doesn’t like to sleep. He is afraid of the nightmares that keep him awake at night. But when his loving father announces that he has a special secret to share, everything suddenly changes.
While reassuring him there’s no reason to fear, A.J.’s father tells his son that he has magic powers to grab bad dreams out of A.J.’s head and replace them with good dreams that float invisibly in the air and fill his sleep in the most beautiful way.
In this heartwarming bedtime story, a father shows his little boy how he can help him overcome his fears and feel safe when he goes to sleep.
Even when her father turns on a light, Francesca fears going to sleep. Nothing scares her more than being alone in her dreams. Every night she cries and cries. Luckily, her father is about to share a secret that will make bedtime a lot happier.
After Francesca’s father reveals he has magical powers to jump into her dreams with her while they are both asleep, she imagines flying on a unicorn with him and then sliding down rainbows into a pool of teddy bears. Suddenly, going to sleep doesn’t seem so scary. In fact, Francesca thinks it will be fun!
In this delightful tale that encourages nurturing bedtime routines, a little girl learns that her father has special powers that will help her feel secure when she goes to sleep.
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John R. Green is a multiple Emmy and Peabody Award-winning television news and documentary writer and producer.
He is a 25-year veteran of ABC News and currently serves as Executive Producer of Special Programming there, as well as Executive Vice President of Rock’n Robin Productions, a full service production company based in New York City.
A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Green is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, and holds a Master’s degree in Mass Communication from Boston University. He is fluent in Spanish and French and worked early in his career in multilingual programming.
In addition to writing his first kids’ book Dream Grabber based on real bedtime rituals he created to help his own young children face their bedtime fears, Green authored Dream Jumper, a companion book for parents and children. Green and his husband, Anthony live in New Jersey with their twins, Francesca and A.J..