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Cloud b Twilight Carz, twinkling into sweet dreams

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Sometimes kids dread the "b" word, bedtime. Having to put away toys and play items for boring sleep is not a fun activity for the busy child. Parents don't want a battle every night going to bed. There has to be a compromise. The Cloud b Twilight Carz is that compromise.

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The concept behind the Cloud b Twilight Carz is to accelerate the deepest dreams for even the most restless sleeper. The Twilight Carz allows kids to transition from playtime to dream-time easily. The car is a fun toy during playtime. It has fully functioning wheels for zooming around the playroom. pit stop, the active play transition to a starry sky for resting.

The carz projects a starry night onto the ceiling. In the pink version, the car projects hearts and stars. The lights softly glow in blue and red. Also, the headlights and tail lights illuminate. For kids who dislike the dark, the Twilight Carz allow an easy transition from soft, warm glow to total darkness. The lights automatically shut off after 45 minutes. The room is left in complete darkness, which is recommended by pediatricians.

The Twilight Carz retails for $24.95. It is recommended for all ages.

Cloud b is a pioneer in creating products and programs designed to help children sleep. Cloud b products soothe and comfort children. For more information on these sleep-friendly products and others from Cloud b, please visit www.cloudb.com.

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