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Informal; an advertisement or a set of advertisements in succession. The term is most common in broadcasting. For example, a radio announcer may say, "And now a word from our sponsors."
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Brought to the UAE and the wider Arab region for the first time, the exhibition focuses on how wordless picture books can be enjoyed and appreciated by children, and young refugees in particular, regardless of language.
The project was aimed at providing refugee children in Lampedusa a collection of wordless picture books for them to be able to understand and enjoy regardless of language.
He was drafted into the Army and began drawing cartoons for "Why We Fight," "Overseas Woman" and "Stars and Stripes." Wordless Workshop is only one piece of his huge portfolio, but it's unique.
Fans of science fiction and fantasy will enjoy this sequel to Wordless. 2Q, 3P.
There are at least seven ELAReading: Literature standards at the primary levels that can be supported through exploratory work with wordless books.
It took decades longer to develop the transcendent awareness of nature that informs this wordless cinematic poem, accompanied by the music of Gary Stroutsos, filling the screen not only with the sights and sounds of the desert but also with the primal pulse of life itself.
In this (almost) wordless book a series of unfortunate events occurs until (in a wonderfully bizarre two double page spread) chaos has erupted.
"Too often, parents dismiss picture storybooks, especially when they are wordless, as not real reading or just for fun," the study's author, Professor Daniela O'Neill of the Department of Psychology at University of Waterloo, , said.
Summary: A videogame centered on a wordless walk across a picturesque desert walked away with top ...
Simon's Cat in Kitten Chaos continues the tradition of whimsically wordless, black-and-white cartoons about the antics of the playful, pushy, and ever-hungry pet.
Wordless Solstice event brings silence to Tsunami Books
The author of such favourites as The Rabbits, The Red Tree and acclaimed wordless novel The Arrival, which has won fans across the world, Tan will talk about his work and his influences plus the making of the short animated film of The Lost Thing which won an Oscar.