The Virginia Literary Festival has purchased the TumbleBookLiterary for use by Virginia’s public libraries. The TumbleBookLibrary could be a assortment of TumbleBooks, animated, talking picture books, fitted to elementary faculty children. TumbleBooks are created from existing picture books, adding sound, animation, music and narration to form an electronic image book.

“These electronic books are a literacy resource that keeps youngsters interested and involved in reading,” said Librarian of Virginia Sandra G. Treadway. “TumbleBooks are great for youngsters learning to read. The interactive web site keeps children fascinated by reading and contributes to success in faculty and helps to instill a love of reading.”

The TumbleBookLiterary assortment can be accessed online from every computer in your native public library with an Internet association, or from home through an immediate link on your library net website. The TumbleBookLiterary includes a big choice of stories that come to life for kids through engaging animation. The net site is simple for kids to navigate and allows children to hear stories scan fluently. There are even choices to listen to the stories in French or Spanish. Every story comes with puzzles and games geared to make sure reading comprehension.

The TumbleBookLiterary program is supported in whole or in half by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, below the supply of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Virginia Literary Festival