Corbilina and the Lost Keys

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  • Author: Dorothy M. Pritchett
  • Illustrator: Wayland Moore
  • Series Title: The Corbilina Series
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781610054928
  • Pages: 20
  • Item #: 5436
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Sometimes children feel isolated and that no one
listens to them. They feel they have no voice.
Corbilina, a little fairy, understands this because she
has no voice. She teaches children a valuable lesson
by introducing them to a way of communicating
without using a voice. She communicates by showing
compassion and kindness to others. This language is
called heart language.

In this story, a child and Corbilina use their imaginations
and heart language to help a person in trouble. Children
learn to believe in their ability to make a positive
difference. They develop healthy self-confidence. They
appreciate the joy of helping without getting a tangible
reward. This story also demonstrates the bond of love
and respect between a grandmother and her grandchild.

Directions for building Corbilina houses in each of the
Corbilina books provide additional encouragement for
children to engage in creative problem solving. This
hands-on activity challenges children to repurpose objects
in nature. They also learn there is no right or wrong way
to build a Corbilina house.

Children will not only enjoy the story but will engage their
imaginations when they answer creative questions at the
end of the story. These questions open the door for
conversations to build self-esteem and to encourage
greater awareness and concern for the needs of others.

This is the third in the series of Corbilina adventures.

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