The Paci Fairy® is an original and innovative fable that appeals to children ages 2 to 5. The whimsical, colorful illustrations will amuse the children and the story is entertaining for the reader as well. This book is support for parents and a solution for all children who are trying to get rid of their paci/pacifier.
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The Paci Fairy® is an original and innovative fable that appeals to children ages 2 to 8. The whimsical, colorful illustrations will amuse the children and the story is entertaining for the reader as well. This book is support for parents and a solution for all children who are trying to get rid of their paci/pacifier.
Why is this book important? The Paci Fairy® is a proven method, endorsed by pediatricians to help offer a quick and entertaining solution to aid children in overcoming the simple addiction of a paci.
The story takes place in “Paci Town”, in which Palina Paciloo sets out on a trek to find the missing Paci Fairy®.
Pacitown is in trouble because The Paci Fairy® has not appeared for many years. With her disappearance a mystery, the children begin to grow old with their Pacies in their mouths. The town was in shambles and communication at a standstill with all the babies crying because there were no Pacies for parents to give to their children. Come follow Palina Paciloo on her personal quest to find The Paci Fairy®, and save Pacitown.
7 Easy Steps
The Paci Fairy® book also includes seven easy steps to acheiving a one night success story, Paci history for the parents to fill out and a Paci Diary to help you prepare for your one night success story.
Dear Parents and Guardians,
You are not alone!!! Getting rid of the Pacifier can be a very challenging issue. After my own personal experience and many test studies I feel confident that with the backing of Pediatricians and Pediatric dentist, I have developed a tear-free method. You can read my seven steps to a one-night success story located in the back of my book, “The Paci Fairy”.
I graduated from USC with a BA in Psychology. I then traveled and moved to LA to pursue an acting career. Instead of finding a job I found my husband and we had a little girl named Alexis. When Lexi turned 2, I had my first battle with the pediatrician about getting rid of the pacifier. It was at this time that I knew that I also had an addiction to this beloved tool. The thought of getting rid of the paci kept me up at night and thus, I turned my energies into research to figure out a way to overcome this pacifier obstacle. Palina the Paci Fairy was born. I had always been a writer of poetry and short stories and even a couple of children’s books but it was my daughter who inspired me to take this seriously and fulfill what I believe is my destiny. Corny but true.
I will soon be coming out with two books “Patch, the Paci Pirate” and Palina and her Paci-Pets”. We will also have a product line to follow including Paci PJs, dolls, wands, and other items. We are in production of a DVD and if you would like… we offer a chance to have a one on one conversation with Palina!
Whatever road you take to get rid of the Paci I wish you a wonderful adventure and a paci free result. Best Wishes — Melissa Burnett
"Brilliant. (I substituted the word "binky" for paci) - I have a 3.5-year-old girl and a 2-year-old boy. I don't care what psychiatrists say about all our "lies" to our children- these "lies" work and keep it in-traumatizing than just taking away the binky cold turkey. It becomes a magical memory for the child. Like Santa Clause, Easter bunny, Cupid...whatever. I read this book for about 3 weeks and asked them to tell Palina (the binky fairy) what they wanted in place of their binkies ...Palina left their gifts on the dining room table in the morning for giving up their binkies. Only one night of tears and it was over!"
Annie (NJ, USA)
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