Jana Mohr Lone advocates for children’s voices in new book, ‘Seen and Not Heard’

Cover of Seen and Not Heard

UW News interviewed Center for Philosophy for Children director Jana Mohr Lone about her new book Seen and Not Heard: Why Children’s Voices Matter. In new book, Lone asks, how would the world benefit if children were recognized as independent thinkers? How would their lives change “if what they said was not often ignored or patronized?” 

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