The Lost Musical Note
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About the Book
Even if our skills and abilities are renowned, our work prized; even if we maintain an outstanding level in a particular discipline—if we do not learn as children to permanently join different human groups coming across in our lifetime with respect and enthusiasm, we not be able to reach solid and sustainable success. It is important to feel welcomed by a society that enhances and supports us.
The Lost Musical Note talks about how painful teasing can be for children and how unjust not treasuring teamwork is, especially when our real intention is to do our best and make the most of any situation.
The story displays the positive sides of camaraderie and reminds us how beneficial teamwork is for harmonious and dignified living, in which every character is appreciated for its effort and precious contribution to the team success.
By reading this book, mothers and sons can share pleasant and fun moments together, strengthening love bonds and family values that are fundamental to balanced and healthy growth.
About the Author
Claudia Di Silvio was born in Venezuela to Italian immigrant parents. She studied business administration with a specialization in marketing, economics, and organizational behavior. She also studied painting in Muse Studios when she lived in Baltimore.
Art as a tool for self-discovery and expression guided her in difficult situations like divorce, an eating disorder when she was young, and the school bullying that her son faced.
She firmly believes in professional, spiritual, and emotional growth, which she cultivates through her artistic projects, love for her family, and sports.
Her passion for helping and transmitting her love and inspiration to others led her to cofound Jirafa Art and Design, in which she combines her writing and painting creativity with stationary and home designs filled with positive and encouraging messages that provide joy to the human soul.
She lives between Venezuela and Italy with her husband and two children.