Lehla Eldridge is an illustrator, performer, author of books and unschooling parent. She has written about unschooling for The Guardian, UK. She works as a performer for Hoodwink theatre company and trained as an actress at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She wrote The South African Illustrated Cookbook, The Lovely Book for Wonderful Women and illustrated a children’s book by M.J. Amani called Excuse Me, I’m Trying to Read and also I am Me, You, Us and We and Shooting Star by Caroline Trowbridge. Above all she is a mother to three fast growing kids, she juggles her time between them and working on new books and projects. She is an advocate for letting children live and learn in a respectful way and writes about unschooling at www.unschoolingthekids.com Her illustration work can be seen at www.lehlaeldridge.com She has recently co authored Jump, Fall, Fly – from schooling, to homeschooling, to unschooling, with her husband, Anthony Eldridge-Rogers.