Throughout the book, we have talked about storytelling, but stories can be told in many different ways:
Oral stories: Stories told aloud with both storyteller and audience present.
Written stories: Stories communicated in written form. Usually, this means that the storyteller is not present and the story has to stand on its own.
Visual stories: Stories told (mostly) in pictures.
Multimedia, animation, or video: Stories told using spoken words, pictures, and moving images.
There are two formats that are especially ...