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Sleep Tight - Bedtime Quotes to Soothe the Soul - cover

Sleep Tight - Bedtime Quotes to Soothe the Soul

Andrews McMeel Publishing

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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In our hectic world, sleep can be the last thing on our minds—but it often has the biggest effect on our daily lives. Sleep Tight is a book of reassuring quotations and suggestions intended to quiet your mind, preparing you for a good night’s rest. Add this to your nightly ritual and find comfort and rest in the soothing quotes and mantras.

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