keeps you up all night,
and makes you ask.
"How, could anyone think of that?"
It makes you say,
"thats me. Thats the way I feel."
"I wish I would have said that."
and most importantly...
It makes us understand and live better.
Robert D. Sweetland
Introduces us to a writer-creator from whose inquiry communicates through words and different channels information about a subject, human nature, vision, life's meaning, and hope through which we gain insight of:
Multiple literacies are the complex amalgam of communicative channels, symbols, forms, and meanings inherent in oral and written language (verbal and nonverbal) as well as the arts-visual arts, music, dance, theater, and film (including television, video, and technology).
Literacy is the use of multiple channels to inquire, represent, and communicate, through an array of conceptual and stylistic elements.
Children's literature is the arrangement and structure of words, or children's response to those or combination of the arrangement of words and punctuation that creates a mood in children that entices them to read it.
See: Exploration of characteristics of children's literature
Media is a medium or means for communication. Which can range from: words, phrases, stories, poems, speech, print, books, pictures, illustrations, maps, songs, recordings, advertising, social multimedia, animations, art, music, live actors, dancers, graphic novels, e-books, clothes, tapestries, sculpture, internet pages and sites, videos, dramas, musicals, theatrical productions, concerts, and other creative artifacts including specific methods used to create the media: paper, pencil, ink, printers, piano, oil, canvas, violin, actors on a stage, and ...
Art is any thing that is aesthetically pleasing to the viewer and listener. A transaction that communicates information through a piece of work, created by an artist or artists, and experienced by a viewer or listener, who responds to the idea or product to complete the transaction.