Kids' disability rights, Shelley Craft talks books and is Zen motherhood possible?

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

Tue 1 March 2016

32 mins

Is it fair that a young girl with cerebral palsy was asked to leave a Sydney theatre last weekend? Human rights advocate Graeme Innes discusses kids' disability rights.

TV host Shelley Craft chats about The Kellogg's Free Books Promotion and Student2Student, a new peer-to-peer program boosting child literacy nationwide. Plus, Mother Zen author Jacinta Tynan on why some mothers struggle and some don’t. 

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