How one album could fix your sibling rivalry woes

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Thu 10 May 2018

14 mins

Vered is a music therapist and musician and  based in New York City, with three children.

Her album Songs for Sisters and Brothers explores the dynamics in an expanding family. Everything from awaiting the arrival of a new sibling to parental guilt. And she has a secret tip to deal with sibling rivalry that makes perfect sense!

Songs for Sisters and Brothers is the Kinderling High Five this week. Check out our Facebook page to win one of ten copies!

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