Vincent Loves to Read: A Computer Picture Book, is a story about a teddy bear who loves to read in the most unbelievable places. If it isn’t at the top of the tallest building, or surrounded by snakes, he loves to read while a tornado is heading his way, or while sitting on top of his mother’s car.
What makes this original picture book even more interesting, is that the entire ‘book’ can be downloaded onto a flash drive and popped into a class computer anytime a student wishes to read all or part of it. No need to print a hard copy. Let the computer do the work.
Vincent Loves to Read is geared for primary grades, introduces new vocabulary words on every page, and is patterned in repetition sentences so that students may get a sense of the rhythm of the book.
The illustrations, as with most of the illustrations I use in my TPT resources, are photos that are collected, designed and collaged into colorful illustrations that hold the student’s attention. Each element of the illustration is a public domain photo, mostly found on Pixabay.Com.
At the end of this picture book are questions for the readers to answer regarding the picture book, itself, and their further interest about this book.
Have fun reading Vincent Loves to Read. I hope you enjoy it.
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