Sunday May 27th, 2018 7:39PM

LISTEN: Calming bedtime fear of the dark

By BIll and Joel

A recent study revealed that 73% of children 4-12 say they've experienced fear of the dark. That can cause chaos at bedtime for children and parents alike. Sandra V. Feder tells WDUN's Bill and Joel her latest book "The Moon Inside" can help.

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