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National Geographic Kids Dream Journal
Peterkin, Allan
National Geographic Society / Hardcover / 2019-05-01 / 1426333269
Children's Books / Sleep & Insomnia
price: $17.99
144 pages
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Decode your dreams and discover the fascinating science, history, and culture behind dreaming in this awesome write-in journal.

Have you ever wondered where your dreams come from? Or why they're so hard to remember? Or how to make that monster in your nightmares a little bit more ... friendly? We've got answers to these musings and more!

In this journal, you'll explore the mysteries of the unconscious mind. You'll learn how dreams inspired some of the most popular art in recent history, how the ancient Greeks used dreams to answer their questions, and how your brain works as it conjures up these amazing, imaginative, and often weird reveries. Plus, you'll find tips on how to get a good night's sleep, remember more about what you dream, and conjure lucid dreams. It's the perfect tool to help kids remember, record, and reflect on their nighttime adventures. Catching Z's has never been so much fun.

With lively text, and vibrant imagery, and plenty of space for writing, this journal is your go-to place to document, learn, and celebrate the powers of your fantastic, creative brain.

About the Author:

Dr. Allan Peterkin is a professor of psychiatry and family medicine at the University of Toronto, where he heads the program of Health, Arts, and the Humanities. He is the author of 14 books for adults and children.

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