Who constitutes the audience for Yuksel and Aly's picturebook In My Mosque? This may be a diverse audience, so be specific. To further break that question down into manageable parts:
o how does the entire book-1. the written text telling a story, 2. the images telling a story, and 3. the other matter (front and back matter of the book)--indicate who the author and illustrator mean to reach with this picturebook?
o what is the author and illustrator's aim or purpose in reaching this audience? How does the entire book demonstrate that?
2. How might the author and illustrator be attempting to resist certain cultural stereotypes; what representations might still trouble readers who are "concerned about a history of . stereotypes" (Hintz and Tribunella 408)? What examples from the book support your points?