The Times of Tunbridge Wells Published a Feature About Author Leonora Langley
The Times of Tunbridge Wells dedicated a full-page article on our author, Leonora Langley. For this article, Eileen Leahy spoke to the author about her book, Let the Souls of Our Children Sing. The talk was largely premised upon achieving the freedom of children by replacing traditional education with modern education.
Let the Souls of Our Children Sing puts an emphasis on mental freedom, emotional growth, and spiritual enlightenment of children. The author argues that children must be set free to adopt and embrace their instincts of curiosity and creativity. The contemporary problems need creative solutions that the students can bring forth only through an advanced pattern of education. Click here to get the book.
Leonora Langley, in her early career, worked in education and academia. She then diverged to journalism and reporting. Leonora has also worked as an editor for several journals and magazines in the United States and many prestigious organizations in the United Kingdom. She is currently going to a drama and music academy, where she also provides counselling to pupils.