CHILDREN’S LITERATURE TASK 1 Name: Trent BrowningStudent ID: #Date: 5/09/2020Course: Children’s Lit PART A: SELECTED ILLUSTRATED BOOK WITH POSITIVE DIVERSE REPRESENTATION FOR PART B DISCUSSION & PART C LESSON PLANThe Illustrated book that I have choose is one of my favorites and is the book Red: A Crayon’s Story. I choose this book, specifically due to its diversity and the lesson about apporving one someone and its appropriate for the elementary kids. PART BPart B1-B1a: Positive Diverse Representation●Describehow the diversity represented in your children’s book is positive and inclusive.●Include a specific example from the book of the positive representation of diversity. Include an in-text citation. (ex. quote, paraphrase, or image). ●Explainhow the positive diverse representation in your children’s book helps students gain perspective for understanding the world using your specific example. The book, Red: A Crayon’s Story, portrays diversity in unique concept that is fictional with materials and not real living creatures. It describes how all the crayons despite the main crayon character, can write with the declared color that is written on them. For example, the scarlet crayon colors scarlet, black crayon colors black, brown crayon colors brown, and the green crayon colors green. Part B2-B2a: Literary Theme & Literary Element●Describe one literary theme found in the book (ex. Courage in the face of adversity, kindness, determination, etc.). ●Include a specific example from the book with an in-text citation. (ex. quote, paraphrase, or image). ●Explain how a specific literary element (such as characterization, plot, setting, figurative language, etc.) from your example supports or conveys the theme you identified.