A Paralympian’s new children’s book, Wisconsin’s new state budget

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Assistant teacher D'onna Hartman reads to two young boys.
In this photo taken Friday, Feb. 12, 2016, assistant teacher D’onna Hartman reads to Frederick Frenious, left, and Gus Saunders at the Creative Kids Learning Center, a school that focuses on pre-kindergarten for 4- and 5-year-olds, in Seattle. Elaine Thompson/AP Photo

Three-time Paralympian and disability advocate Patty Cisneros Prevo is out with her first children’s book. We discuss the book, “Tenacious,” which highlights the personal stories of 15 disabled athletes. Then, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers drops by to discuss the two-year state budget he signed into law this week.

Featured in this Show

  • How a storied Paralympian became a children’s book author

    Three-time Paralympian and disability advocate Patty Cisneros Prevo published her first children’s book last month. Spurred from her own experience as a disabled athlete, her book “Tenacious” highlights the personal stories of 15 disabled athletes who play a variety of sports.

  • Evers discusses signing two-year state budget

    Gov. Tony Evers drops by to discuss the two-year state budget he signed into law this week.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • Avery Lea Rogers Producer
  • Keegan Kyle Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Patty Cisneros Prevo Guest
  • Dan Ferreira Guest
  • Governor Tony Evers Guest

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