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Reviewed by Melanie Kennedy for Readers' Favorite
Corbin Speaks Bee is a sweet, educational children’s picture book by Emma Pesis and illustrated by Divya George. Corbin’s not like any other kid – he can speak Bee. Well, sort of. He watches them carefully, and in turn, they teach him all kinds of important facts and tricks. That’s why Corbin is so excited for the observation day coming up when all his friends will learn to speak Bee too. Unfortunately, Corbin’s classmates have other ideas. They think bees are scary bugs that need to be squished. Corbin can’t believe that anyone would want to hurt the bees and worries all night before the field day. What will they do? How can he ever convince them of how wonderful bees are? Luckily for Corbin, his teacher Ms. Allende is there to set his fears aside and soon Corbin has the whole class speaking Bee.
Corbin Speaks Bee is a heartwarming story about nature’s beauty and how to look after it. It’s a great introduction for kids to bees and their important role in the ecosystem. It teaches children not to judge a book by its cover and encourages kids to interact with nature. Emma Pesis shares some fun facts about bees while Divya George illustrates Corbin’s adventures in the field. Her drawings are sweet and emotive and complement the powerful lesson. The story is wonderfully written and illustrated. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and looking at the beautiful images. It’s a sweet children’s book with an important message that every child should learn.