In Conversation with: Dr Natalie Flynn - Smart Parenting
21 June 2019 5:30pm
We are very pleased to present an evening with Dr Natalie Flynn, psychologist and author of Smart Mothering: What Science Says about Caring for Your Baby and Yourself (Allen & Unwin). Natalie will be in conversation with Janine Tindall-Morice, journalist, regional GM at Mediaworks and mother, about what Natalie found out, and the objective, practical and helpful book she has written for all parents.
'Natalie has a wealth of knowledge on so many topics and provides great bite-sized pieces of advice.' Nadia Lim
Come along from 5.30pm for a complimentary drink and nibbles, the talk will start at 6pm.
When: from 5.30pm, talk starts at 6pm, Friday 21 June 2019
Where: Fourth Floor, City Library, Moray Place
TICKETS $5 each, available from University Book Shop | 03 477 6976 | online here
'Finally a book that deals with the things that really matter, based on the actual science and a depth of clinical experience.' Nigel Latta
Find out what research says about the dilemmas so many parents face: What if I can't breastfeed? Is it best to feed on demand? Can I leave my baby to cry? Should I vaccinate my baby? Is bed-sharing a good idea? Natalie provides the answers to these questions and many more. Smart Mothering is objective, accessible and practical. With helpful tips, succinct summaries and clear diagrams it demystifies the often confusing and overwhelming world of parenting. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to make informed decisions about how best to care for their baby.