Disney, i never read any books, but ive heard Tizzy Halls Save our sleep is very routine driven... PERSONALLY, for ME, i disagree with her way of thinking... Yet i know alot of parents who have had success with it at the same time.
To give you an idea...we have a routine with DS...but not a fixed ridged one (Others who work with young children will understand)
Generally...our day goes like this (Keeping in mind he is almost 2)
Short play till Breakfast
Go out if we need to - errands etc, some housework. Have morning tea while out if needed. If at home we just play, go outside etc.
Short play inside, quietish play.
Play while i prepare/cook dinner - outside if we can.
Lunch and dinner are the only semi rigid things.. Lunch is ready 12-12.30ish (no later) otherwise it pushes his sleep back and he is up all night. Dinner is ready around 5.30.
I have heard (as an example only, not 100% sure) Tizzy hall is more rigid with things like
dont quote me, but i believe she is more set to the clock. maybe have a read n see if it suits you?