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Horizontal Parenting

How to Entertain Your Kid While Lying Down

Michelle Woo, Dasha Tolstikova (Illustrator)

Hardcover

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Description

Need a break . . . now? Horizontal Parenting offers 50 hilarious and effective activities designed to entertain kids while you lie down.

Children are exhausting! In the marathon of modern parenting, everyone needs a break—just 10 precious minutes to rest your body and tune out the chaos. Enter Horizontal Parenting, the super-simple parenting hack for everyone, everywhere. With creative and practical advice for overworked parents and caretakers who "just need a minute," this book includes 50 fun, effective, and hilarious games to play with toddlers and children while lying down. Activities include:

• What's on My Butt
• Hide and Seek-ish
• Don't Wake the Giant
• Railroad to Relaxation
• And many more!

Relax and let your little ones release some energy while you catch your breath (and maybe a few even a few z's). All you need is a comfortable surface, a few household items, and your child's imagination, and you too can master the sanity-saving art of horizontal parenting.

• 50 activities to keep your kids engaged and keep you lying down
• Entertaining ideas for children and toddlers
• No endless supply lists, screens, or batteries needed
• Perfect for long days at home
• Great gift for new (or seasoned!) parents

Perfect for: parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and caretakers of kids ages 2+

Chronicle Books, 9781797211343

Publication Date: October 26, 2021



About the Author

Michelle Woo is an award-winning journalist. She was the parenting editor at Lifehacker, where she wrote about tricks and strategies to make life as a parent easier, and even fun. Her work has appeared on CNN, Jezebel, Gizmodo, Narratively, and in USA Today. She lives in Southern California.

Dasha Tolstikova is an award-winning author and illustrator. Her work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the New Yorker, among others. She lives in New York City.