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    457). One of the stranger facts about Stockholm Syndrome is that it does not simply end with the release of the captives. Contrary to popular belief, many victims will continue to sympathize with their captors long after their release. In fact, in a case study done on groups of hostages, five out of five groups had individuals who expressed no negative feelings and even fondness towards their captors (de Fabrique, 96). Stockholm Syndrome is a mysterious disorder, but one that seems increasingly prevalent in hostage situations. And now that an accurate depiction of Stockholm Syndrome has been made, an accurate diagnosis can be drawn for Beauty and the Beast’s Belle. Beauty and the Beast is a 1991 animated film produced by Walt Disney Pictures and directed by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise. The film follows Belle, a young woman who is taken captive by The Beast, a cursed prince living in a nearby castle. By the film’s end Belle has fallen in love with Beast and even saves his life, breaking the curse that is over him allowing them to live happily ever after (Beauty and the Beast). However, a closer examinations of Belle’s actions suggest that she may have been a victim of Stockholm Syndrome all…

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    comedic effect that the original piece is missing. Mr. V has shown me that all Disney movies have the same formula. Is the Shakespearean formula the only formula? Why is it so interesting for children, and even adults, that a character of any story or movie goes through each step? It probably has something to do with our minds. How we as humans feel comfort in the struggle and power in rebound and happy ending. Do we hope this is what happens in our life? One thing for sure is that Shakespeare…

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    In this article we discuss a range of ideas concerning the use of illustrations in picture books where we have several levels include Look and feel of the book and the role of visual information in the form STORY correct landing to small levels as long as we have seen visible elements of this change in the art of printing or the style of this art is used to create meanings and emotional effect. Images used in children's books to attract readers' attention and beautify the form book and giving…

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    Illustrated children’s picture books are new way of possibly conveying to children vivid events and situations and enhance their comprehension of what is going on. Children enjoy reading picture book because whilst the adult is reading for them it has features which enables them to physically engage by including; pop-up, flap, pull-tab and textured books. Imaged and words of different kind is combined in order to form narratives for children and therefore vary enormously in both function and…

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    The hug becomes more heartfelt every time, until it ‘runs’ away and Lucy discovers the challenge of getting it back. To listen to the synopsis this doesn’t sound like such a thought provoking or complex picturebook... until you give to to the child and adolescent reader to appreciate and understand their notion, mood and perception. As Sipe indicated, a picturebook gives the reader the opportunity to connect with one’s own life and The Runaway Hug emits a sense of family, culture and everyday…

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    This picture book is filled with magical creatures like mammoth size dragon flies and several other surreal scenes, but there is a hint of realism on the first and last pages. The artiest Aaron Becker uses all the space each page can provides and leaves nothing blank, but instead each corner is filled with detailed settings and characters. In addition, Aaron Becker uses colors in Quest to create a mood and show emotion without the use of words. He uses bright colors to when the characters or in…

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    Back in 2010 The Lion and the Mouse, by Jerry Pinkey, was awarded the Randolph Caldecott Award by the ALSC for being the most distinguished picture book of the year. When the ALSC decides what book will be the receiver of the Caldecott Award there are quite a few factors that go into their decision making process. Their website shows all of these factors, but the main ones to be focused on are that the publisher/artist must be an American citizen and that their illustrations be original. As far…

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    Why Do Children Read Books

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    Children literature is being able to expose kids to unlimited genres of books and being able to bring them alive. This included stories, books, magazines, songs, and poems for all types of readers. The classroom should not be limited to using books for lessons but for spending some time for children to choose a book of choice and read. Having a routine for reading in the classroom will not only help them with literacy skills but to enjoy reading especially on their own time. Teachers and parents…

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    only had a few seconds of airtime (IMBD). Having just foreign cast members was not the only factor that made this movie a huge success in China, but this movie had a global production which helped as well. The global production can be seen in the specific type of people who helped with the production of this movie. It also helps that they’re famous Chinese producers, named Chen On Chu and Chiu Wah Lee, who are also associated with past Transformers movie as well as other films from the James…

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    When, I kept falling in a hole in Far cry primal. By:Jayson Garcia Have you ever fell in a hole in a game at all, well I have too many times in far cry primal.[I fell about 10 or 11 times in far cry primal].[Far cry primal is a game I play in my basement all the time].It was a wonderful day outside and I was in my basement.I was at the end of the game and I had to destroy ull the bad guy and Batiri in this game although that’s when I fell in the hole and I was not happy at all and again and…

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