Book Review: N Is For North Korea

August 3rd, 2012
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Trevor Eissler, author of N is for North Korea, is a father with deep concern for his children’s education, and places his faith in the schooling system first proposed by Maria Montessori. Montessori education states that children should follow their interests freely and be allowed to explore them fully in order to learn to

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About the Author

Nicolle Loughlin

Nicolle Loughlin first became interested in North Korea whilst studying Chinese history at college which brought her attention to the Korean War. She subsequently spent her time reading and learning about anything she could find related to North Korea. Nicolle Loughlin lives in the UK and is undertaking her final year of university studying English Literature and Mandarin Chinese. Nicolle has particular interests in North Korea's foreign relations and literature about North Korea. Next year, Nicolle intends to begin a masters degree in Asia studies or international relations in order to further and appropriate her knowledge and interests.


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  • A Martin

    I’m glad to see people are thinking up new ways to inform the world about the horrible situation in N Korea.  As the children get older they will be curious about this place and want to find out more.