AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Author Irene Chain-Kalinowski shares an endearing story of a young girl's journey through many continents and through the many tribal influences that suppress freedom. In this story of life, conflict, fun, and love, you'll feel her personal fight for freedom and experience how we need to live together and keep our culture to make this world better.
Let It Be is a fairy tale about life, conflict, disappointment, fun and love. It follows a young girl's journey that takes her through many continents and how she makes friends in many countries, how she has lived through the many tribal influences that suppress freedom. It shows her personal fight for freedom and how through her life's experience shows the world how everyone needs to live together and how it is important to keep the culture; it is important that everyone integrate to make this world a better place.
This is the real world. Everyone moves through a fairytale at some stage even for a few sporadic moments in his or her life. It gives hope and optimism and makes people feel like they are not alone. Let It Be is for all ages and travels through many countries where they may not have had the opportunity to venture. It is educational, funny and will also bring some tears.
About the Author
Irene Chain-Kalinowski was born on 21 July 1956, in Rotherham, South Yorkshire England. She has been a practising midwife for 32 years and has worked in both hospital and community settings. Kalinowski is protective of women's rights, which promote the principles of partnership, protection and participation. She has worked in both hospital and community settings and been exposed to multicultural environments.
A registered nurse and midwife, she practices in a holistic midwifery health care setting that creates healthy mothers where medical intervention and referrals are rarely required, women are empowered to take charge of their health and birthing experiences are celebrated.
Let It Be by Irene Chain-Kalinowski
Publication Date: October 2013
Price: $17.25; 301 pages; ISBN 978-1-61856-375-0
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