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MISTY MCBRIDECHILDRENS LIT C269TASK 1A.The Most Magnificent Thing By: Ashley SpiresB. Using the book chosen in part A, do the following1.Describe the positive diverse representation in your children’s book.In the bookThe Most Magnificent ThingBy: Ashley Spires positive diverse representation is shown bythe little girl whose best friend is a dog. This dog is not only her best friend, but he is also an assistant duringthe building of the Most Magnificent Thing. The best friend is also providing a social emotional support whenit takes the girl on a walk to think through the frustration of getting the item, she built wronga.Explain how the diverse representation in your children’s book helps students gain perspective forunderstanding the world. Support your explanation with a specific example from your chosen book.An example of how the bookThe Most Magnificent Thingshows diverse representation that helpsstudents gain perspective for understanding the world by showing that even though you have a good ideaand try really hard, not all the time does it work the first or even third time. It means to keep trying andeventually it will work itself out. It also shows that when you do get so frustrated that you can’t thinkstraight a good walk could do the trick to clear your head and start again when you are calm. This isshown throughout the book in the following pages:(Spires, 2014)(Spires, 2014)
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Literature, The Reader, Ashley Spires

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