Leonora Langley's Book Featured by The Tunbridge Wells Times
Leonora Langley's book was featured by The Tunbridge Wells Times on 4th August 2022. The book Let the Souls of Our Children was discussed in the article as a guide for parents who want to provide stimulation and downtime for their children. The feature talked about themes in the book which are helpful to parents, including planning activities so children can stay from the screen during summer break and various stress-relieving activities kids can do to lessen anxiety.
Let the Souls of Our Children takes a hard look at how we are raising our children today. It questions the archaic system of confining children to academics rather than letting them think freely without any restriction. It touches upon mental health issues that adults are now coming to terms with and how parents do not want their children to suffer the same.
Leonora Langley is a teacher by profession and taught students in the 1970s and 1980s. She later delved into journalism and moved to the US in 1984. She wrote for the Hollywood Reporter. She returned to the UK in the 1990s and went on to become a music teacher, where she used music as a form of therapy for students.