Railu Badi, Tetsuko Kuroyanagi
This is the story of a person who started a school in Tokyo. The school was destroyed in the Second World War. Tomo rebuilt it with his own money and also played a key role in forming the Women and Child Welfare department. This book focuses on Kobayashi teaching techniques which cultivate and develop the innate abilities of children. \n \nAuthor Tetsuko Kuroyanagi of Tokyo is a popular television anchor in Japan. She specialised in Family Welfare and organised cultural tours with the US National Deaf Drama Society. She is the director, Japan chapter of the World Forest Animal Protection Organisation.