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Holly DavisENM2 TASK 1: CHILDREN’S LITERATURE LESSON PLAN1.In The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig, it shows positive diverse representation by showingBrian, the invisible boy, reaching out to Justin, a Korean student, after he was bullied for his homemade Bulgogi. Students had made fun of Justin because his food had a weird name and looked different from their own food. Brian reaching out (image below) to say Justin’s food looked good shows respect and inclusion that has a positive diverse message for students to understand that there are different cultural foods. (Ludwig, pg. 17-18)2.The main literary theme of The Invisible Boy is kindness. This is made evident by the characterization in the book. As seen in the image above, Brian was being kind to Justin by reaching out to tell him that his Bulgogi looked good. Justin had been bullied for the way his food looked and how it was pronounced. Later, Justin returned the kindness by including Brian in his group for a class project. This returned kindness made Brian feel